Chapter 7 lecture notes
I. WHAT IS THE HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT PROCESS AND WHAT
INFLUENCES IT?
A. Introduction
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Math 152 Review
This is not intended to represent everything that is on the final. It should give you some good practice with some of what we did this quarter,
but make sure you look back through old exams and homework packets as well.
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3.4 Homework Answers
1. A rod has length 2 meters. At a distance meters from its left end, the density of the rod is given by
() = 2 + 6 gm/m. Find the exact mass of the rod using an integral. 16 gm
2. The density of cars (in cars per mile) down a 20 mile
1.3 Riemann Sums Activities
1. Estimate the area under the curve () shown below on [0, 8] using 4 , 4 , and 4 and sketch your
rectangles. Which of the three gives the best estimate? Which is definitely an overestimate? An
underestimate?
2. Estimate the ar
1.2 The Area and Distance Problems
1. A car comes to a stop nine seconds after the driver applies the brakes. While the brakes are on the
velocities are recorded every three seconds in the table below.
a) Give lower and upper estimates for the distance th
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Characteristics of Data
Center representative value indicating middle of data
Distribution nature/shape of spread of data
Time any change in characteristics of data over time
Variation measure of amount data values vary
Outliers sample values lying far aw
Chapter 5: Probability Distributions
Random Variable values determined by chance (X)
Discrete Probability Distributions consists of the values a random variable can assume and their corresponding probabilities.
The sum of the probabilities of all events i
Chapter 1
Levels of Measurement
Nominal categories only, e.g. names and labels
Ordinal categories with some order, e.g. ABC grades
Interval differences but no natural zero, e.g. timeline
Ratio differences AND natural zero, e.g. height
Collecting Data
Obse
Chapter 1
Population entire group to be studied
Parameter numerical summary of the whole population
Sample subset of a larger population to study
Statistic numerical summary of the sample
Descriptive Statistics organizing and summarizing data via numerica
Chapter 3:
Mean (sum of all values)/number of values
Mean of a Frequency Distribution Find midpoint x frequency. Add all these products. Divide by sum of frequencies.
Weighted Mean multiply each weight by each value. Add all these products. Divide by sum
Chapter 4A
Probability the extent to which an event is likely to occur, measured by ratio of favorable cases to whole # of cases possible.
Event any collection of results or outcomes of a procedure note: favorable or successful dont necessarily mean good
Basic Definitions
Probability tool used to study randomness
Statistics science of using data to answer questions
Population entire group to be studied
Parameter numerical summary of the whole population
Sample subset of a larger population to study
Statis
Chapter 3
Mean (sum of all values)/number of values
Mean of a Frequency Distribution Find midpoint x frequency. Add all these products. Divide by sum of frequencies.
Weighted Mean multiply each weight by each value. Add all these products. Divide by sum o