Assignment (Math 104)
1. An electronic fuse is produced by five production lines in a manufacturing
operation. The fuses are costly, are quite reliable, and are shipped to suppliers
in 100-unit lots. Because testing is destructive, most buyers of the fuse
ATENEO GRADUATE SCHOOL OF BUSINESS
ECONOMICS FOR MANAGER
POPULATION,
POVERTY
AND
ECONOMIC
DEVELOPMENT
Submitted by:
Huirong Zhang / lyka
1
CONTENT
1. INTRODUCTION
2. ECONOMIC UNCERTAINTY
3. POPULATION
3
4
6
4. POVERTY
4.1 Definition of Poverty
4.2 Economi
CHAPTER
6
SUMMARY
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Work done by a force: When a constant force F acts on
S
a particle that undergoes a straight-line displacement s ,
the work done by the force on the particle is dened to
S
S
be the scalar product of F and s . The unit of work in
Applied Statistics and Probability for Engineers, 5th edition
06 February 2010
CHAPTER 6
Section 6-1
6-1.
6-2.
6-3.
6-4.
6-5.
6-6.
6-7.
No, usually not. For example if the sample is cfw_2, 3 the mean is 2.5 which is not an observation in the
sample.
No, i
Applied Statistics and Probability for Engineers, 5th edition
July 2, 2010
CHAPTER 2
Section 2-1
2-1.
Let a and b denote a part above and below the specification, respectively.
S aaa, aab, aba, abb, baa, bab, bba, bbb
2-2.
Let e and o denote a bit in erro
Applied Statistics and Probability for Engineers, 5th edition
10 February 2010
CHAPTER 7
Section 7-2
7-1.
The proportion of arrivals for chest pain is 8 among 103 total arrivals. The proportion = 8/103.
7-2.
The proportion is 10/80 =1/8.
7-3.
1.01
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Applied Statistics and Probability for Engineers, 5th edition
December 21, 2009
CHAPTER 3
Section 3-1
0,1,2,.,1000
3-1.
The range of X is
3-2.
The range of X is 0,12
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3-3.
The range of X is 0,12
, ,.,99999
3-4.
The range of X is 0,12
, ,3,4,5
3-5.
Applied Statistics and Probability for Engineers, 5th edition
15 January 2010
CHAPTER 4
Section 4-2
4-1.
a) P(1 X ) e x dx (e x )
1
e1 0.3679
1
2.5
b) P(1 X 2.5)
e
x
dx (e x )
2.5
1
e1 e 2.5 0.2858
1
3
c) P( X 3) e x dx 0
3
4
4
x
x
4
d) P( X 4) e dx (e
Applied Statistics and Probability for Engineers, 5th edition
18 January 2010
CHAPTER 5
Section 5-1
5-1.
First, f(x,y) 0. Let R denote the range of (X,Y).
Then,
f ( x, y)
1
4
18 14 14 18 1
R
a) P(X < 2.5, Y < 3) = f(1.5,2)+f(1,1) = 1/8+1/4=3/8
b) P(X <
CHAPTER
10
SUMMARY
S
Torque: When a force F acts on a body, the torque of
t = Fl
(10.2)
S
that force with respect to a point O has a magnitude
given by the product of the force magnitude F and the
S
lever arm l. More generally, torque is a vector T equal
CHAPTER
10
SUMMARY
S
Torque: When a force F acts on a body, the torque of
t = Fl
(10.2)
S
that force with respect to a point O has a magnitude
given by the product of the force magnitude F and the
S
lever arm l. More generally, torque is a vector T equal
CHAPTER
1
SUMMARY
Physical quantities and units: Three fundamental physical quantities are mass, length, and time.
The corresponding basic SI units are the kilogram, the meter, and the second. Derived units for
other physical quantities are products or qu
Promotional Strategy for TECO
TECO LCD TV as a promotional strategy to young Filipino urban households should be focused
on
1. Promotions Strategy
Housing Loan Product Bundle tap major banks that have strong market share in
housing loans. The Bank will sh
Market Basket Analysis
P220-221 Exercise 9-10
Daniel, Ryan
Gianan, Oamar
Oren, Margaux
Wang, Key
How does knowing the average store profit of reach profile help the store?
It will help management to decide on promotion, example knowing the profit
gained f
Global Logics for Nike
Before a company decides to go global, it must first show an ability to
appreciate the degree of globalization that exists in a given industry, or
sector, and to provide the required strategic response. 2 This level of
understanding
Assignment (Math 104)
1. How many ways can a committee of 5 be formed from a group of 7 people?
2. How many ways can a 3 customers choose 3 different items of different brands from a
set of 6 different brands of products?
3. In how many ways can one, who
Scatterplots of four sets of data generated by means of the following Pearson
correlation coefficients (from left to right): r = 0 (uncorrelated data), r = 0.8
(strongly positively correlated), r = 1.0 (perfectly positively correlated), and r
= 1 (perfect
1
MEASURES OF CENTRAL LOCATION
1. Mean
2. Median
3. Mode
Summary of characteristics of the measures of central location which tells when to use any one of them.
Characteristics
When to use
Mean
1. An interval statistic
1. An interval
2. A calculated avera
PARAMETER AND STATISTIC
! A
measure computed on the basis of data obtained
from a sample is termed a statistic.
! Any quantity obtained from a sample for the
purpose of estimating a population parameter is
called a sample statistic, or briefly statistic.
ANALYSIS OF VARIANCE
Math111
ONE-WAY ANALYSIS OF VARIANCE (ANOVA)
When an F test is used to test a
hypothesis concerning the means of three
or more populations, the technique is
called analysis of variance (commonly
abbreviated as ANOVA).
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MASTAT Final Exam
1.
a. What is the probability that the sample average will be more than $430?
Solution / Formula:
m = $ 418 actual average medical cost for a broken arm
s = $ 85
$ 583 - average cost for a broken arm low of $ 10
AD MAJOREM DEI GLORIAM
Economics for
Managers
GROUP THREE
Selwyn Bantang
Melanie Berces
Basil Castao
Earl Flores
Aurea Madonna Guerzon
Hui Rong (Lyka) Zhang
As Advised By
Prof. Enrico C. Mina
ATENEO DE MANILA UNIVERSITY
The Graduate School of Business
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CASE: IKEA: Design and Pricing
Questions:
1. What are IKEAs competitive priorities?
Good quality at low price that is the most important factor of IKEAs success.
IKEA make its products lower price than other companies, but they never reduce their
quality
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March 15, 2010
Applied Statistics and Probability for Engineers, 5 edition
CHAPTER 9
Section 9-1
9-1
a)
H0 : 25, H1 :
25
Yes, because the hypothesis is stated in terms of the parameter of
interest, inequality is in the alternative hypothesis, and the