Statistical Analysis for Kraft Food and Disney
Heidi Jozwik
MATH 440 Capstone
2/10/2012
Introduction
The purpose of this report is to convey an analysis of the monthly returns for the
following: Kraft Foods, Inc., Walt Disney, Co., and the S&P 500 index.
A.
50/500 =
0.1
B.
All of the categories are considered mutually exclusive, because the value of the tip cannot be a part of any two categories at the same time.
C.
If all of the probabilities associated with each outcome were added together, the total wo
Technician
Taylor
Hurley
Gupta
Huang
Rousche
Shutdowns
Probability
4
3
5
2
3
0.2
0.4
0.2
0.2
0.4
A. How many different samples of two technicians are possible for this population?
5!/(2!(3!) =
120/12 =
10
B. List all possible samples of two observations e
Population mean = $45,000
Population st. dev. =$3,000
.10 significant level =90%
z(90%)=1.65
Hypothesis null: mean = $45,000 Alternate hypothesis: mean $45,000
The hypothesis that the mean income is $45,000 is rejected if the z value is less than -1.65 or
A sociologist claims that the success of students in college (measured by their GPA) is related to their family's income. For a sample of 20 students, the coefficient of correlation is
.40. Using the .01 significance level, can we conclude that there is a
SUMMARY OUTPUT
Years Residual Plot
Regression Statistics
Multiple R
0.953
R Square
0.908
Adjusted R Square
0.891
Standard Error
2.390
Observations
20
5.000
-5.000
SS
MS
F
3
16
19
903.194
91.368
994.562
301.065
5.711
52.721
t Stat
P-value
10.393
10.258
4.8
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No answer
a.
63
135
78
24
This is a frequency table
Fr e q ue nc y
b.
160
140
120
100
80
60
40
20
0
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Act ivit y Preferences
c.
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The Bad Apple
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The Bad Apple: A Study of Poor Customer Service at Applebees, LLC.
Teresa Blom
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The Bad Apple
2
Table of Contents
List of Illustrations
3
Executive Summary
4
Background
5
Why Satisfaction Customer Satisfaction is Important