Linear Regression
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Linear Regression Analysis Sadaf Asghar, Ron Green, David Trejo, Salvador Velasquez November 23, 2009 RES342/University of Phoenix Instructor: Dr. Lee Heinz
Linear Regression Linear Regression Analysis
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On a general basis, the prices
Linear Regression
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Linear Regression Analysis Sadaf Asghar, Ron Green, David Trejo, Salvador Velasquez November 23, 2009 RES342/University of Phoenix Instructor: Dr. Lee Heinz
Linear Regression Linear Regression Analysis
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On a general basis, the prices
On a general basis, the prices of the houses are declining day by day in the United States, especially in California, Arizona, and Illinois. The real estate market is one of the most important topics Americans face today. The Federal Government is making
One Hypothesis Sample Running head: ONE HYPOTHESIS SAMPLE TESTING
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One Hypothesis Sample Testing Sadaf Asghar, Ron Green, Tameka Tanner, David Trejo, Salvador Velasquez University of Phoenix Research and Evaluation II RES/342 Dr. Lee Heinz November 02, 2
Two or More Hypothesis Testing
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Two or More Hypothesis Testing Sadaf Asghar, Ron Green, Tameka Tanner, David Trejo, Salvador Velasquez University of Phoenix Research and Evaluation II RES/342 Dr. Lee Heinz November 10, 2009
Two or More Hypothesis Testing
Step-1: The null hypothesis is Ho is equal to 2.0 The alternate hypothesis is H1 is not equal to 2.0
Step-2: The selected level of significance is = 0.05
Step-3: The test statistic used for this problem is Chi Square : X2 =
1.5 2.0 2.5 3.0
[(fo fe)2 /fe]
Week Two Final Draft
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Week Two Final Draft Sadaf Asghar, Ron Green, Tameka Tanner, Fausto Trejo, Salvador Velasquez Nov.02, 2009 RES342/University of Phoenix Instructor: Dr. Lee Heinz
Week Two Final Draft
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On a general basis, the prices of the houses ar
Week Two Final Draft
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Week Two Final Draft Sadaf Asghar, Ron Green, Tameka Tanner, Fausto Trejo, Salvador Velasquez Nov.02, 2009 RES342/University of Phoenix Instructor: Dr. Lee Heinz
Week Two Final Draft
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On a general basis, the prices of the houses ar
Time Series Simulation (6 points) David Trejo Name: What percent does the company have in this $45 billion dollar industry? Which of the three variables in the advertising budget is the optimum? In Cycle 3 (Week 3), what is the optimal forecast in million
RES/342 Applications 4 Final Examination (25 points) 21.5/25
Name: David Trejo Read this carefully: Type your name on the line above. This is an individual examination. You must answer the applications on this form. Non-use of the form will result in a de
Week Five Agenda-Read Carefully Class here are some key information items for Week Five: Discussion Questions/Participation As you know, there are no Discussion Questions/participation requirements Week Five. I have the option to include them as part of W
Trying to Determine Which Statistic to Use Lets try to narrow down and simplify which test statistic to use when we are given a situation description.the exercise description will tell us what is being asked for. Look for these clues:
Does the descrip
Time Series Simulation (6 points) Name: What percent does the company have in this $45 billion dollar industry? Which of the three variables in the advertising budget is the optimum? In Cycle 3 (Week 3), what is the optimal forecast in millions) for each
Time Series Simulation (6 points) David Trejo Name: What percent does the company have in this $45 billion dollar industry? Which of the three variables in the advertising budget is the optimum? In Cycle 3 (Week 3), what is the optimal forecast in million
Week Five Lecture Part II A Summary
Here is a summary of the statistical applications and their characteristics we have learned and used in RES/342. z Test Statistic The z test statistic is applied when we are testing the hypothesis of the difference betw
Week Five Lecture We are near the end of the 10 week research and evaluation journey. We will close this adventure with a description of one more statistics tool, Linear Regression and Correlation. We will define then describe these terms and how they are
Guidance on the Simulation Assignment Class, I am providing a simple table for you to complete this assignment, but you will need to go through the simulation to have the required responses. Follow these steps: The table to use is in Course Materials, tit
RES/342 Applications 4 Final Examination (25 points)
Name: David Trejo Read this carefully: Type your name on the line above. This is an individual examination. You must answer the applications on this form. Non-use of the form will result in a deduction
Applications 4 Hints Class, as you know, Applications 4 is a high value activity. I want each of you to score at least 22 of the 25 points. You can do this by reviewing previous applications and making adjustments as needed.and ask questions. The Applicat
RES/342 Applications 4 Final Examination (25 points)
Name: David Trejo Read this carefully: Type your name on the line above. This is an individual examination. You must answer the applications on this form. Non-use of the form will result in a deduction
A Comment on the LT Regression Paper Here is the assignment: 2. Regression Paper Using numerical data from one of the data sets available through the Data Sets link on your page, develop one research question and formulate a hypothesis which can be tested
The Concept of ANOVA Class, the concept of ANOVA is difficult to grasp at first, but if we understand what it is we are looking for, then it becomes easier. These comments are a bit long, but take each point at a time. Recall that when we are interested i
Setup for Microsoft Excel Class, as you know, Excel is not required for this course, but we know it is useful and available. If you have not already done so and are interested in Excel, there is a link on your RES342 website titled Excel Resources. When y
Sample Exercise on ANOVA (Single Factor) To provide some additional insight about the ANOVA process, the following is an example that I encourage you to review. The following is a sample using a level of significance of 0.05.
A 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
B Rural A
RES 342 Research and Evaluation II
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Parametric and Nonparametric Data Identification Assignment
Label each of the following situations P if it is an example of parametric data or NP if it is an example of no
Parametric and Nonparametric Data Identification Assignment Class use the Parametric and Nonparametric Data Identification Assignment in the Course Materials forum. Download the attachment to your computer, complete the form, and send it as an attachment
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Parametric and Nonparametric Data Identification Assignment
Label each of the following situations P if it is an example of parametric data or NP if it is an example of nonparametric data.
Week Four-Lets Practice ANOVA on Excel or Megastat We will count this as one of your 2 participation posts in week four on the day you respond (so you will need only one other posts on the same day strategically think it out). Do not participate with clas
Week Four Lecture
In previous activity when we had a large sample (over 30) we used the z distribution to determine whether it was reasonable to conclude that the mean calculated from a particular sample came from the hypothesized population. We also exam