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
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 associa
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
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 $
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
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
994.56
Like planned activities
Do not like planned activities
Not sure
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
Like planned activities
Not sure
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