MAT130 1
Running head: ANALYSIS OF VARIANCE AND NONPARAMETRIC STATISTICS
Analysis of Variance and Nonparametric Statistics
JEREMY LUCKEY
Allied American University
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This paper was prepared for, MAT130 Homework Assignment Module7 taught by
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Simple Linear
Regression and
Correlation
Simple Linear Regression and
Correlation
Correlation
The Simple Linear Regression Model
Estimation: The Method of Least
Squares
Hypothesis Tests about the
Regression Relationship
How Good is the Regression?
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MODULE - IV
Statistical Distributions
Random Variables &
Statistical Distributions
Using Statistics
Expected Values of Discrete Random Variables
Sum and Linear Composite of Random Variables
Bernoulli Random Variable
The Binomial Random Variable
The Poiss
CHARACTERISTICS OF DATA AND THEIR
PRESENTATION
When
there
are
large
number
of
observations in a data set, it is not easy to
represent, analyze and interpret the
findings.
In such scenario, the managers look for
methods to classify data (data reduction)
Module-V
Sampling and
Sampling Distributions
Sampling and Sampling
Distributions
Using Statistics
Sample Statistics as Estimators of
Population Parameters
Sampling Distributions
Estimators and Their Properties
Degrees of Freedom
LEARNING OBJECTIVES
After
MODULE VI
HYPOTHESIS TESTING
Hypothesis Testing
Using Statistics
The Concept of Hypothesis Testing
The Hypothesis Test
Pre-Test Decisions
LEARNING OBJECTIVES
After reading this chapter you should be able to:
Explain why hypothesis testing is importan
CURVEFITTINGPROJECTLINEARMODEL
(LR -1): Purpose: To analyse the winning times for the Olympic Men's Shot
Put using a linear model.
Data: The winning times were retrieved from
http:/www.databaseolympics.com/sport/sportevent.htm?
sp=ATH&enum=300
OLYMPICS
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Sampling Survey Project Report
Alcohol Consumption:
AUDIT, CAGE & beyond
Aditi Vijay
Akshat Raj
Aman Dayal
Artee Yadav
M.Sc. Statistics (Ist Year)
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Acknowledgements
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A - Absolutism
B - Benevolence
C - Conscience
D - Duty
E - Excellence.
Ethics
Basic Terminology
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BUSINESS STATISTICS
WHY A MANAGER SHOULD LEARN STATISTICS
Todays Business Managers have
access to large amount of
information.
A major issue is how to use the
available information to make
better decisions.
WHY A MANAGER SHOULD LEARN STATISTICS
Managers
MAT 130: Beginning
Statistics
JOHN DOE
Data collection and sampling method
Collect data through online direct method on my Facebook account
I used random selection method for the data collection
Survey Data have biasedness due to the problem in the data c
Universal set includes all possible outcomes for a product category. Retrieval set
include what all you are aware of and Evoked set includes set of alternatives which a
consumer will consider while making purchase decision. In case of different
alternativ
Case Study 6: Green Grocery Store in Retail Sector
Identify the key changes they have made with regards to sustainability and discuss how this
helps with the overall sustainable development.
Sustainable development is development that meets the needs of p
Case Study 3 - Green Reverse Supply Chain Waste and Kodak
1) What are the measures the company took towards improving its CSR?
Kodak is known for its good corporate governance and ethical business conduct. In mid-eighties
the company started producing sma
Ethical dilemmas are always going to be a chief concern especially when
it comes to marketing in comparison to other areas in businesses
because the field itself is more directly interactive with the public. The
functional areas of finance, accounting and
Demographics is defined as the statistical characteristics of human
populations, such as age and income, that helps you determine exactly
what your products or services will be, who your customers are (now and
in the future), where they live, and how like
The four growth strategies are market penetration, market development,
product development and diversification. All the four strategies have its pros
and cons. According to me the riskiest strategy is that of diversification. It
means developing a new pro
Statistics 2. APA referencing. 600 words + excel file
Option 1: Springdale Shopping Survey
Instructions
The major shopping areas in the community of Springdale include Springdale Mall, West Mall,
and the downtown area on Main Street. A telephone survey ha
PROBABILITY MODULE - III
Probability
Using Statistics
Basic Definitions: Events, Sample Space, and
Probabilities
Basic Rules for Probability
Conditional Probability
Independence of Events
The Law of Total Probability and Bayes
Theorem
LEARNING OBJECTIVES