Stockton Students: Are they
Satisfied With Their Residency?
Are Stockton Students Satisfied with their
living Arrangements?
83 Stockton students were randomly surveyed and asked
the following questions:
Are you a male or female?
What year are you?
How far

Chapter 8
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H0 :
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Rishi Ajay
11/14/2016
Chapter 4-1 Exercises
1. A chance process that leads to well-defined results called outcomes
2. The set of all possible outcomes of a probability experiment
3. Outcome is the result of a single trial of a probability experiment. An e

11/14/2016
Chapter 7-2
z Z /2 n
bigger;
For the 90% confidence interval, = 10%, and the outliers are 5%
Example: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6
21
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x t /2
s
n
Df = 6
N = 10, x = 9.8, s = 0.96, with 95% confidence inter

Jonathan Pier
Marketing Plan
Phase 1:
Identify Your Product/Service
The product will be a specialized soccer cleat from Adidas with the ability of the wearer to
change its appearance. This will be achieved using skins that can be slipped on and off the sh

Positioning Strategy:
Stage 1 Analyze Competitors Positions:
o Adidas main competitors in the soccer shoe market are predominantly Nike or
Puma. Each companys consumers target their brand of choice mostly due to
personal preference on design or personal

Jonathan Pier
Super Bowl Ad Review
Professor Kaczorowski
2/8/2017
Budweiser released a one minute long commercial during the Super Bowl that was sure
to turn some heads due to its political implications and eye-catching cinematography. Based on a
story re

2/13/2017
MARKETING TEST 1 REVIEW
1. DEFINITION OF MARKETING
A. The activity, set of institutions, and processes for creating, communicating,
delivering and exchanging offerings that have value for customers, clients, partners,
and society at large
2. THE

Test 2 Review Chapters 5-9, Open Notebook. Use of slide printouts.
-CRM (Customer Relationship Management)
A systematic tracking of consumers' preferences and behaviors over time in order to tailor the
value proposition as closely as possible to each indi

4/3/2017
EMPATHY VS ASSERTIVENESS
1. COMPETING SUBSTANTIAL ASSERTION W/ LITTLE EMPATHY
A. Risk: provoking other side
i.
High risk of escalation or stalemate
ii.
Difficult to develop collaborative relationships and exploring value creating
ideas
2. ACCOMMO

3/22/2017
CHOOSING APPROACH
1. CHOOSING THE APPROACH
A. Problem Solving Collaborative
B. Hard Bargaining Distributive Advantage
C. Soft Bargaining
Frankness in Negotiations
2. LAWYERS ADVERSARIAL NEGOTIATIONS (P.145)
3. SARAH / NEV DIVORCE (P.146)
4. PRIS

3/20/2017
BASICS OF PROBLEM SOLVING
APPROACH
1. WISE SOLUTION RECONCILE INTERESTS, NOT POSITIONS
A. interests desires / concerns
i.
For every interest, there exists several possible positions that could satisfy it
ii.
Close examination of underlying inter

3/29/2017
MEDIATION
1. ADVANTAGES
A. More expeditious, inexpensive and procedurally simple
B. Enables parties to define important issues and narrow issues in dispute
C. Informal setting
i.
No rules of evidence
ii.
No court rules
D. Helps parties readjust

Jonathan Pier
Law Essay
Professor Saul
4/12/2017
This dispute occurred between the two parties of Jack and Garry. Garry, having just been
evicted from his home and having a child with him, went to Jack, a friend, in search of a place to
stay until he coul

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Review
Variable characteristic that can assume different
values
Variables used for probability are random
variables.
Value of a random variable is determined by
chance.
More Review
Variables are discrete or continuous.
Discrete can have s

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Statistics
Science of conducting studies to collect, organize, summarize,
analyze, draw conclusions from, and present data.
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populations, test hypo

Statistics
Science of conducting studies to collect, organize,
summarize, analyze, draw conclusions from,
and present
data
Raw Data
Data values collected for variables from sample subjects
Frequency Distribution
Organization of raw data into table form us

Probability
The chance of an event occurring
Games of chance
Weather forecasting
Actuarial
Based on inferential statistics
Basics
Probability Experiment chance process that
leads to well defined results (outcomes)
Flipping coins
Rolling dice
Picking cards

Types of random variables
Discrete
fixed number of values for a variable (often whole
numbers)
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Infinite number of values in an interval
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Statistics
Science of conducting studies to collect, organize,
summarize, analyze, draw conclusions from,
and present
data
Raw Data
Data values collected for variables from sample subjects
Frequency Distribution
Organization of raw data into table form us