229 CP 7
Below are two distributions interruptions per day in two large computer networks (A and B).
1. Computer the expected value for each distribution
Network A 1 Network B- 3
2. Compute the stand deviation for each distribution using the pHSTAT Cov
BIA 229 CP 1
The time it takes to download a video from the internet is measured.
Explain why the download time is a continuous variable.
Download time is a continuous variable because it is coming from a measuring process. It is a
BIA 229 CP2
Who goes to the train the trainers workshop?
A firm has the following 30 junior associates and 10 senior associates. The need to select 4 junior
associates and 2 senior associates.
229 CP 4
A manufacturing company produces electric insulators for power lines. If the insulators break while in
use, a short circuit is likely to occur. To test the strength of the insulators, destructive testing is carried
out to determine how much fo
229 CP 3
We will be analyzing fund data using a Microsoft Excel Pivot table. to begin this exercise, download from
Blueline module for this class a spreadsheet called retirement funds.xlsx. Review the data on the different
retirement funds that might be s
229 CP 6 Problems
While tablets sales has slowed according to a recent report by IDC, there is still strong interest in using
them to consume entertainment.
BIA 229 CP 5
What is the preferred way to order fast food? A survey conducted in 2009 but the sample sizes were not
reported. Suppose the results based on the sample of 100 males and 100 females, were as follows:
If a respondent is selected at random,
229 CP 9
Normal Distributions and Probabilities
Given a normal distribution with and what is the probability that
X > 75?
X < 70?
X < 80 or X > 110?
In 2011, the per capita consumption of coffee in the United States was re
Include screenshots of your graphical and tabular analysis in this word document and upload at the end of
The file SUV.xls contains the overall miles per gallon (MPG) of 2012 small SUVs (n=18). Download this
Given the probability distribution for two funds X and Y in the table below:
E(X) and E(Y)
You are trying to develop a strategy for investing in two different stocks. The anticipated annual return
for a $1,000 inv