Topic 6Continuous Probability Distributions
6.1 Distinguish between calculations of probabilities for continuous random variables and for discrete random variables.
6.2 Distinguish between the normal and standard normal probability distributions.
6.3 Comp
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Topic 3Descriptive Statistics: Numerical Methods
3.1 Compute and interpret measures of location (mean, median, mode, quartiles, and various percentiles).
3.2 Compute and interpret measures of variability (range, interquartile range, variance, standard dev
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Topic 6Continuous Probability Distributions
6.1 Distinguish between calculations of probabilities for continuous random variables and for discrete random variables.
6.2 Distinguish between the normal and standard normal probability distributions.
6.3 Comp
Outcome 13.1Distinguish between the regression model and the estimated regression equation and use MS
Excel to construct an estimated regression equation.
1. A frm has developed the following regression equation for the relationship between its sales (in
Topic 4Introduction to Probability
4.1 Apply counting rules, combinations, and permutations to count experimental outcomes.
4.2 Identify probability as a numerical measure of the likelihood of occurrence and distinguish between the three methods
(classica
Topic 2Descriptive Statistics: Tabular and Graphical Presentations
2.1 Construct and interpret tabular presentations of categorical data (such as frequency and relative frequency distributions)
and graphical presentations of categorical data (such as bar
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These templates are designed to help you to learn the calculations required to determine confidence intervals and conduct hyp
population means or proportions. You can use the templates to test your own calculations and understanding. (Please not
Topic 5Discrete Probability Distributions
5.1 Distinguish between discrete and continuous random variables and use a discrete probability distribution to calculate
probabilities.
5.2 Compute and interpret the expected value, variance, and standard deviati
Topic 12Experimental Design and Analysis of Variance
12.1 Recognize the basic principles of an experimental study.
12.2 Recognize a completely randomized design and conduct a hypothesis test using ANOVA to infer if the means of more than
two populations a
Topic 7Sampling and Sampling Distributions
7.1 Define simple random sampling and how simple random samples are selected. Identify potential biases in sampling.
Recognize other sampling methods.
7.2 Demonstrate how results from samples can be used to provi
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Topic 8Interval Estimation
8.1 Construct and interpret an interval estimate of a population mean when the population standard deviation is known.
8.2 Construct and interpret an interval estimate of a population mean when the population standard deviation
Using the tree diagram on the START HERE worksheet in the Templates 10.xlsx workbook, determine what type of
hypothesis test each of the following would require.
a.The Computer Anxiety Rating Scale (CARS) measures an individuals level of computer anxiety
Outcome 12.1Recognize the basic principles of an experimental study.
1. WestJet Airlines is able to keep fares low in part because of relatvely low maintenance costs on its airplanes. One of
the main reasons for the low maintenance costs is that WestJet f
Outcome 9.1Identify the process of hypothesis testing required to make conclusions about a population
parameter.
1. For each of the following, explain what is the appropriate type of hypothesis test (i.e., z-test for a single population mean,
t-test for a
Outcome 14.1Recognize how multiple regression analysis can be used to develop relationships involving one
dependent variable and several independent variables and use MS Excel to develop the estimated regression
equation.
1. Identify each of the following
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Topic 4Introduction to Probability
4.1 Apply counting rules, combinations, and permutations to count experimental outcomes.
4.2 Identify probability as a numerical measure of the likelihood of occurrence and distinguish between the three methods
(classica
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Topic 10Statistical Inference About Means and Proportions with Two Populations
10.1 Apply the sampling distribution of the difference in sample means to develop interval estimates and conduct hypothesis
tests about the difference between two population me
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1. Forecasting
- attempts to determine the supply of and demand for various types of HR
to predict areas w/n organization where there will be labour shortages/surplus
- Use statistical methods (capture historic trends in a companys demand
for labour), sub
Objectives of Conceptual Framework
- Framework is the foundation for building a set of accounting concepts
and objectives
- The framework is a reference of basic accounting theory for solving new
and emerging practical problems of reporting
- Guides peop
Earning respect and leverage
- Selection: process by which the organization attempts to identify the
application with necessary knowledge, skills, abilities, and other characteristics
that will help the organization achieve its goals Training and developi
Proprietorship
- owned by one person - somebody has skillset then theyll open up own
business
- Simple to set up
- Owner has control over business
- Unlimited liability - even though separate financial results from business,
owners on the hook for all the
Equalities versus Inequalities
-Promotional Partnerships: simple short-term promotional offers between brands
-Purpose: drive incremental business and strong ROI
-Promotional Partnerships: simple short-term promotional offers between brands
-Strategic All
Topic 1Data and Statistics
1.1 Recognizes the importance of statistical applications in business and economics.
1.2 Identify the sources of data for statistical analysis (both internal and external to the firm) and explain the difference
between observati
Topic 11Tests of Goodness of Fit and Independence
11.1 Identify problems involving tests of goodness of fit and independence.
11.2 Tabulate the observed and expected frequencies of one or two variables.
11.3 Apply the Chi-square distribution to conduct a
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