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MS EXCEL ASSISTANCE (WEEK 3)
1. Constructing frequency distribution (for categorical
variables or individual values):
Example: A teacher gave a test to his Biostatistics students. Their marks were
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Tutorial Problems (Week 2)
1. How are statistics important in our everyday lives, and why do we need to
understand them?
2. Inferential statistics is based on probability. True or false.
3. A _ consists of all subjects that are being studied.
4. Explain t
Tutorial Problems (Week 4)
1. The cash compensations received in 2009 by the highest-paid executives of
12 international companies (in $000s) were as follows:
2215, 1888, 1477, 1059, 977, 956,
947, 924, 899, 856,
856, 803
A. Compute the mean, median, mode
OC3140
HW/Lab 6 Estimation
1. The mean temperature of a random sample of 36 stations is calculated as 26o C .
Find the 95 % and 99 % confidence intervals for the population mean temperature.
Assume that the population standard deviation is 3o C .
Solution
Tutorial Problems (Week 11)
1.
Do questions 4, 5 and 6 from week 10 tutorial if not yet discussed.
2.
A special cable has a mean breaking strength of 800 lbs. The standard deviation of the
population is 14 lbs. A researcher selects a sample of 36 cables a
Tutorial Problems (Week 3)
1. The following data give the results of a sample survey. The letters A, B, and C
represent the three categories.
A
B
B
A
C
B
C
C
C
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C
B
C
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C
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B
C
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A. Prepare a categorical frequency distribution table
Tutorial Problems (Week 10)
1. A publisher wants to know the average price of a particular type of
textbooks in the market. The research department took a sample of 36
such textbooks and collected information on their prices. This sample has
a mean of $70
Tutorial Problems (Week 7)
1. Tests are carried out on three machines, A, B and C to assess the
likelihood that each machine will produce a faulty component. The results
are summarized in the table.
Machine
Faulty Not faulty
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C
A componen
MATHEMATICS 201-510-LW
Business Statistics
Martin Huard
Fall 2008
XVII Hypothesis Testing for (large samples)
1. Write the null and alternative hypotheses for each of the following examples. Determine if
each is a case of a two-tailed, a left-tailed, or a
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FINAL EXAM
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IN
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Duration of Exam: 3 hours + 10 minutes
Reading Time: 10 minutes
Writing Tim
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AF100: INTRODUCTION TO ACCOUNTING
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SCHOOL OF ACCOUNTING & FINANCE
AF102: INTRODUCTION TO ACCOUNTING &
FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT PART II
(PRINT MODE)
FINAL EXAMINATION SEMESTER 1, 2015
Time Allowed 3 hours plus 10 minutes reading
100 marks (Weight: 55% of overall course grade)
INSTRUCTIONS
1. Th
'declare constants and variables
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Const intDraw As Integer = 1
Dim intScore As Integer
Dim intpoint As Integer
'convert
intScore = Convert.ToInt32(txtScoreA.Text)
intScore = Convert.ToInt32(txtScoreB.Text)
'calculate
intpoint =
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Lab 4
At end of this lab session, learners will be able to:
Add relevant extensions.
Modify the default template.
Tasks to perform:
1. Click on the link: http:/scims.usp.ac.fj/~SXXXXXXXX/is121/administrator/ where SXXXXXXXX is
your student ID number to ac
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ST130 Online: BASIC STATISTI
UU100 EPORTFOLIO
ACTIVITY 2
Semester 2, 2012
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Laucala Campus
Name: Sonam Kumar
Student ID: S11074852
Tutor: Mr. Gavin Khan
Tutorial: Thursday 3-5pm
Activity 2: Search Strategies
Part A
Resource (i)
Resource
(i)
Search
Tool
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MAJOR ASSIGNMENT: Group Based Research Report (15%)
Students will undertake a research project. The objective of the project is to provide students an
opportunity to further develop their written communication skills in creative ways, express
information
Exercise 10.12
Budgeted cash receipts from sales
Kays Hardware Ltds budgeted monthly sales for January to June 2016 are given below. About 70% of
the monthly sales are expected to be on credit. Approximately 60% of the credit sales are collected in the
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Section
Marks
A - 15 Multiple Choice
30
B - Code Evaluation and Writing
15
TOTAL
45 (10%)
Comments/Hints:
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ALL answers are to be written on the spaces provided in the Answer Booklet.
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Sections A: Questions are based on the theory from the text, Microsof
Information Technology
Question
Topic 2
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Name:
Date:
_
Topic:
INPUT DEVICES
_
Select the alternative that correctly answers the following questions.
1
Which of the following is NOT an input device?
(a)
(b)
(c)
(d)
2
A computer mouse has a mouse ball that
Tutorial 2
Topic 2 HR Planning
1. HR planning systematically identifies what must be done to guarantee the availability of the human
resources required by an organisation to meet business objectives. Business can have either a
retrenchment strategy, a sta
UNIT 3
DATA
DESCRIPTION
Unit 3: Data Description
Page 1
Study organizer
It is important that you read through your study organizer before you begin this unit. This study
organizer provides:
topics that will be covered
learning objectives, and
examples to
UNIT 2
FREQUENCY DISTRIBUTIONS
AND GRAPHS
Unit 2: Frequency Distribution and Graphs
Page 1
Study organizer
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organizer provides:
topics that will be covered
le
UNIT 4
PROBABILITY I
Unit 4: Probability I
Page 1
Study organizer
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organizer provides:
topics that will be covered
learning objectives, and
examples to acquir