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LH 200 Statistics for healthcare.
William Montelpare
Date: February 10, 2017
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STATISTICS FOR HEALTH CARE
ASSIGNMENT 1:
Part 1:
Frequency Distribution:
It shows accumulation from claiming information in the manif
BUSI2401 F2013 Tutorial 3
Chapter 6 (Discounted Cash Flow Valuation)
Tutorial questions 1,16,27,28,32,33,49,57,59
1.
(LO1) To solve this problem, we must find the PV of each cash flow and add them. To find the PV of a lump
sum, we use:
PV = FV / (1 + r)t
BUSI2401 F2013 Tutorial 1
Chapter 1 (Introduction to Corporate Finance)
Tutorial questions 3,6,8,10,11,13,14,15
3.
(LO2) The primary disadvantage of the corporate form is the double taxation to shareholders of distributed
earnings and dividends. Some adva
BUSI2401 F2013 Tutorial 4
Chapter 7 (Bond Valuations)
Tutorial questions 1, 68,15,16,23,24,26 (a& b only), 27,29
1.
(LO2) The yield to maturity is the required rate of return on a bond expressed as a nominal annual interest rate.
For noncallable bonds, t
BUSI2401 F2013 Tutorial 8
Chapter 9 (Alternative Capital Budgeting)
Tutorial questions 3,12,16,17,24
3.
(LO2) Project A has cash flows of $19,000 in Year 1, so the cash flows are short by $21,000 of recapturing the
initial investment, so the payback for P
BUSI2401 F2013 Tutorial 6
Chapter 14 (Cost of Capital)
Tutorial questions 3,7,1113,1517
3.
(LO1) We have the information available to calculate the cost of equity using the CAPM and the dividend
growth model. Using the CAPM, we find:
RE = .045 + 1.10(.0
BUSI2401 F2013 Tutorial 7
Chapter 15 (Raising Capital)
Tutorial questions 3,4, 5,7
3.
(LO4) Using the equation we derived in Problem 2, part c to calculate the price of the stock exrights, we can
find the number of shares a shareholder will have exright
1)
A level C confidence interval for a population parameter has two parts:
An interval of the form statistic margin of error
A confidence level, C, which gives the probability that intervals found this way catch the parameter
value.
0
2 sigma confidence
1)
Probability Plot of MPG
Normal  95% CI
99
Mean
StDev
N
AD
PValue
95
90
24.9
5.088
20
0.309
0.528
Percent
80
70
60
50
40
30
20
10
5
1
10
15
20
25
30
35
40
45
MPG
OneSample T: MPG
Variable
MPG
N
20
Mean
24.90
StDev
5.09
SE Mean
1.14
95% CI
(22.52, 27.
1)
We sometimes describe the pattern of a histogram with a probability model. A probability model is
always above the horizontal axis and has an area of one. For any interval of data values, a probability
model gives the relative frequency of the values i
1) Any probability is a number from zero up to one that describes the long run relative frequency of a
particular outcome. A probability of zero connotes impossibility, while a probability of one indicates
certainty.
blue
certainty
impossibility
red
relat
1) 4.
How would you describe the scatterplot below?
Direction: positive
Form: linear
Scatter: little
Direction: positive, null, negative
Form: linear, bent
Scatter: little, moderate, great
5.
How would you describe the scatterplot below?
Direction: positi
1) Numerical attributes of a population are called parameters, and are usually denoted with Greek
letters. For example, the population mean is commonly indicated as and the population standard
deviation is commonly denoted . Corresponding values computed
1)
In the figure below, identify whether each variable is quantitative or categorical.
Name:
categorical
Age:
quantitative
Salary:
quantitative
ID:
categorical
Gender:
categorical
Date:
quantitative
categorical, quantitative
2)
Dotplot of missBy
left
righ
1)
VDB2020: Football
During the 2000 season, the home team won 138 of the 240 regular season National Football League
games. Is this strong evidence of a home field advantage in professional football? Test an appropriate
hypothesis and state your conclu
Chapter 7 Problem Solving Instruction
Chapter 7 is about sampling method and discuses about the relation between population and
sample. When you compare population with sample there are two possible errors:
a) Sampling Error = Sample Statistic Population
Experiment a process that leads to the occurrence of several possible
outcomes. Outcome An event is the collection of one or more. When
you roll or die which is an experiment. There are some possibilities, those
possibilities are outcomes. Event set of d
STAT 2200 Final Exam Review Fall 2015
Part I. Multiple Choice Choose the best answer.
1.
Which of the following measures of central tendency tends to be most influenced by an extreme score?
A).
mean
B).
median
C).
mode
D).
all of the above
2.
The number o

Central tendency means average, knowing the center of it.
Arithmetic means adding and subtracting. Linear operation.
When you have a sample its the same story, you add them all.
Slide #13, add them all and divide them by 14.
Cant find the average for no