Problem 1 (10 points)
A consumer products firm has recently introduced a new brand. The firm would like to
estimate the proportion of people in its target market segment who are aware of the new brand
Problem #1 (10 points)
The term churn is very important to managers in the cellular phone business. Churning occurs when a
customer cancels services with one company and enters into a new contract wit
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LEARNING OBJECTIVES
Classify Hypothesis Tests by type.
Conduct test where the standard deviation is unknown.
Conduct and Interpret Hypothesis Tests for 2 means
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Learning Objectives
Interpret the F-Distribution.
Discuss one-way ANOVA.
Conduct and interpret one-way ANOVA.
Skip Section 13.4, Tests of two variances.
12-2
A
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BET?
Thinking like a Bayesian
Julia Galef outlines the most important
principles of thinking like a Bayesian.
Video byJulia Galef
March 31, 2016
3+ minutes
LEARNING O
The carnival comes to town (20 points)
A traveling carnival, that works the small towns in the Midwest, is scheduled to appear in one of
those towns. The profits that will be obtained depend heavily u
Decisions
Pay for expedited set-up costs (Y/N)?
Cancel before setting up?
Outcomes
Exp. Set-Up Fee
Cancel show prior to set-up
Rainy
Cloudy
Sunny
Payoffs
Probabilities
Given that the Actual Weather is
Problem #1 (5 points)
You are the manager of a large warehouse/fulfillment center employing more than a hundred
workers. The mean number of orders that have to be fulfilled each day follows a Normal d
Range names used:
NTickets
=Model!$B$6
PNoShow
=Model!$B$4
Airline Overbooking
Number of seats
Probability of no-show
Number of tickets issued
Required probabilities
More than 205
show up
More than 20
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Learning Objectives
Differentiate Type I and Type II Errors
Describe Hypothesis Testing
Conduct a test for the population mean where
the standard deviation is known.
BsAd 210 Business
Statistics
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LEARNING OBJECTIVES
Discuss the basic ideas of linear regression and
correlation.
Create and interpret a line of best fit.
Calculate and interpret the corre
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LEARNING OBJECTIVES
Explain the Central Limit Theorem.
Classify variables by the probability distribution
that best models their behavior.
Apply the CLT to means and su
Statistics 20: Quiz 2 Solutions Summer Session 2007 1. Determine whether each of the following samples is a simple random sample (SRS). Give a brief explanation of why the sample is or is not an SRS.
Statistics 20: Quiz 4 Solutions Summer Session 2007 1. Sixteen people volunteered to be part of an experiment. All sixteen people were white, between the ages of 25 and 35, and were supplied nice clot
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Learning Objectives
Value added through regression!
Understanding multiple regression.
Interpreting F-tests.
Interpreting the R2 of the regression.
Interpreting the t-s
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Objectives
Random processes
Identifying trends
Seasonal patterns
Looking for autocorrelation
Moving Averages
Exponential Smoothing
Introduction
Measurements of a varia
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Without data,
you are just
another
person with an
opinion.
Wind Statistics
Wind is uncertain,
but sailors manage.
This course will focus
on managing
uncertain busines
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Motley Fool Interview
Mauboussin of Credit Suisse
Good investing requires a few basic things -accounting, understanding core things about business
- but statistics, I
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LEARNING OBJECTIVES
Calculate and interpret confidence intervals for
a population mean and proportion.
Interpret the Students t probability distribution
as sample size
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Learning Objectives
Recognize and understand continuous
probability density functions.
Recognize the uniform distribution and apply
it.
Recognize the exponential dis
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Video: Measurement Err
or
95 seconds
Dr. Impey explains how errors led to the Gaussian
model (the Normal) in the well-defined field of
astronomy.
Business, in contra
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The Game Theorists explains Plinko
Probabilities
The Game Theorists is a
video blog about games.
binomial calculation.
from 5 minutes to 8:33
minutes
LEARNING OBJECT
Trig Test 1 Practice Questions
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Note: You can expect other types of questions on the test than the ones presented here! Make sure you also review
the practice problems from each section and webw