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Section
Data type
Description
PS
8-2
numerical
CI for (pop.) Mean: Data must come from normal population or sample size must be n>30. Ex: "we can be 95%
conf. that the pop. falls between x and x". To confirm normality, check skew & kurtosis (esp. if sampl
A few scenarios follow which require you to choose an appropriate term. To refresh your
memory some of the terms that you have used include:
A. Intercept
B. Slope
C. Predicted Y
D. VIF
E. Scatter Diagram
F. Correlation
G. R-Squared
H. Adjusted R-Squared
I
Bus 310 Final Exam
#Example
Name:_Sample Answers_
A few scenarios follow which require you to choose an appropriate term and test. To refresh
your memory some of the terms and tests that you have used include:
A. Intercept
B. Slope
C. Predicted Y
E. Scatt
FINAL EXAM
BUS 310
Practice
NAME_Questions_
A few scenarios follow which require you to choose an appropriate term. To refresh your
memory some of the terms that you have used include:
A. Intercept
B. Slope
C. Predicted Y
D. VIF
E. Scatter Diagram
F. Corr
Bus 310 Final Exam
#Example
Name:_
A few scenarios follow which require you to choose an appropriate term and test. To refresh
your memory some of the terms and tests that you have used include:
A. Intercept
B. Slope
C. Predicted Y
E. Scatter Diagram
F. C
Review for Final Exam Pages 1-2
Page 1: Key Regression Concepts from Chapters 12 and 13
Section 1: A to D All have to do with the equation itself
A.
B.
C.
D.
Intercept Predicted Y when X (or all Xs in MR) = 0
Slope Concerned with how much Y changes as X i
Section
Data type
Description
PS
8-2
numerical
CI for (pop.) Mean: Data must come from normal population or sample size must be n>30. Ex: "we can be 95%
conf. that the pop. falls between x and x". To confirm normality, check skew & kurtosis (esp. if sampl
Top Fifteen Mistakes on Final Exams (in no particular order)
1. Getting hypotheses mixed up (hypotheses are about populations, so they may
not include sample values like the sample mean or b 1).
2. Not being careful changing P-values to confidence (p = .0
Bus 310 Final Exam Review
You are responsible for the following sections on the final exam. The middle column gives an
appropriate formula or Excel table to analyze the data. The right columns give page numbers
of examples in the text that interpret the f
Example of using Guide to p.2 of final exam handout
A management study collected data on the following variables:
Workhours (hours per week)
Gender (Male/Female)
Salary ($year)
Industry (5 different industries)
Country(2 countries)
Use the guide to pick t
Recognizing Situations Based on Data Type
Single Categorical Variable
Population proportion for Categorical data =
Method: Z-value for proportions, Z-test for proportions
Assumptions: X, n-X > 5 (n=sample size, X=# items of
interest in sample)
1 Estimate
Checking assumptions in regression situations
1. Checking for linearity
Why? To make sure that a straight line is the type of
equation that fits best.
How? Check a plot of residuals against an
independent variable and see if the pattern looks
random. If y
Review for Final Exam Pages 1-2
Page 1: Key Regression Concepts from Chapters 12 and 13
Section 1: A to D All have to do with the equation itself
A.
B.
C.
D.
Intercept Predicted Y when X (or all Xs in MR) = 0
Slope Concerned with how much Y changes as X i
Guide to Page 2 of the final exam
One Numerical and One Categorical variable (Ch 10)
8 Two categories H0: M1 = M2 H1: M1 M2
Test for Means comparing 2 groups
9
Two Numerical Variables (Ch 12)
Simple Regression (SR)
C categories (More than 2 categories)
Te
How to study for the final exam in statistics (the sources of the files are on Laulima, the
name of the specific folder listed in parentheses)
Get the Big Picture
1. Final Exam Review or final_prep.xls (Final Exam - Study Guides, ties in
coverage with tex