GDBA 530
D. Morin
Chapter 5
Discrete Probability Distribution
Learning Objectives
Define a random variable in order to differentiate between a
discrete distribution and a continuous distribution.
Determine the mean, variance, and standard deviation of a

GDBA 530
D. Morin
Chapter 4
Probability
Learning Objectives
Describe what probability is and when one would use it.
Differentiate among three methods of assigning
probabilities: the classical method, relative frequency of
occurrence, and subjective prob

GDBA 530
DMorin
Chapter 3
Descriptive Statistics
Learning Objectives
Apply various measures of central tendency including the
mean, median, and modeto a set of ungrouped data.
Apply various measures of variabilityincluding the range,
interquartile range

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School of Business
Department of Supply Chain and Business Technology Management
GDBA 530 Winter 2016
Assignmentl
Due February 5, 2016
1) The following table represent the distribution of drivers and percentage of fatal crashes accordin

GDBA 530
D. Morin
Chapter 7
Sampling and Sampling Distributions
Learning Objectives
Contrast sampling to census and differentiate among
different methods of sampling, which include simple,
stratified, systematic, and cluster random sampling; and
convenie

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Solutions to Exercises
4 Solutions to Exercises
4.1 About these solutions
The solutions that follow were prepared by Darryl K. Nester. I occasionally pillaged or
plagiarized solutions from the second edition (prepared by George McCabe), but I take full

GDBA 530
D. Morin
Chapter 6
Continuous Distribution
Learning Objectives
Solve for probabilities in a normal
distribution using z scores and for the
mean, the standard deviation, or a
value of x in a normal distribution when
given information about the ar

GDBA 530
D. Morin
Chapter 8
Statistical Inference:
One Population
Learning Objectives
Estimate the population mean with a known population
standard deviation with the z statistic.
Estimate the population mean with an unknown
population standard deviatio

Math 251, Review Questions for Test 3
Rough Answers
1. (Review of some terminology from Section 7.1) In a state with 459,341 voters, a poll of 2300
voters finds that 45 percent support the Republican candidate, where in reality, unknown to
the pollster, 4