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12.95 a.
Let x1 = sales volume
Let x2 = 1 if NW, 0 if not
Let x3 = 1 if S, 0 if not
Let x4 = 1 if W, 0 if not
The complete second order model for the sales price of a singlefamily home is:
E(price) = 0 + 1x1 + 2x12 + 3x2 + 4x3 + 5x4 + 6x1x2 + 7x1x3
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Chapter 13
Control Charts:
1. Run Chart: Graphically shows trends and changes in the data over time (X time, Y
measurement of interest recorded). Points are connected with a straight line. The
graph includes a center line used to search for patterns.
ch
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Chapter 11
Simple Regression
Two variables
The dependent variable (Y) is the variable of interest
o we would like some mechanism for predicting the value (or expected value)
of the dependent variable
Independent variable (X)
o we also have information
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8.37 a.
sample 1 before
sample 2 after
H0:
Ha:
1 > 2
population1
population2
1  2 0 the new policy did not reduce the mean number of complaints
1  2 > 0 the new policy reduced the mean number of complaints
Compare > Two Samples > Pared Samples
Right C
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Chapter 4
Continuous
Distributions
Discrete Distributions
Type
Distribution
Binomial Distribution: Bin(p,n)
p = probability of success
n = sample size
=
Number of successes in a sample of n observations (trails)
Poisson: Poisson()
=
Events per unit (time,
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Chapter 12 (part 1)
Multiple regression
one dependent variable (Y) continuous, and measured on an interval scale
potentially many independent variables (X1, X2, , Xk), not just one, as in simple
regression
Y = 0 + 1*X1 + 2*X2 + + k*Xk +
Population reg
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9.32 a.
b.
completely randomized
honey, DM, control (no dosage)
H0:
H = DM = C
the mean improvement scores for a
at least two 's arethe
notmean
equalimprovement scores diffe
LOS not specified, use the (0.01, 0.1) default rule
Ha:
Open the data file
Compar
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Chapter 6
Target Parameter
p
Estimation
Point
Interval
Name
Mean/ Average/ Expected Value
Proportion/ Percentage Factor/ Rate
Type of Data
Quantitative
Qualitative
Information
Gives NO information about the closeness to
unknown population parameter.
Gives
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Analysis of Variance ANOVA
Comparing means of three or more groups under the assumption that
each of the groups follows a normal distribution
the groups all have the same variance
Oneway ANOVA
one factor
Blocked design
extended paired sample comparison
t
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Chapter 10
One Way Table
Test: Chi squared
Hypothesis
H0: pi = p0,i for all i
Ha: at least one of the pis does not equal to its
hypothesized value
TwoWay (Contingency) Table
Test: Chi squared
Hypothesis
Ho: The two classifications are independent
Ho:
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Chapter 12 (part 2)
Incorporating categorical variables into regression
Use indicator variables (dummy variables) when categories are nonordered.
Indicator variable:
o Takes only two values, usually yes (1) and no (0)
o If you have n categories (i.e. le
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13.89 a.
Open data file
SPC>Control Charts>Basic Variables Charts>Xbar and R
Range Chart for Day
12
10
9.27
Range
8
6
4.63
4
2
0
0.00
0
4
8
12
Subgroup
16
20
24
Based on the Rchart, the process is out of control for the day shift. There are two point
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7.41 H0:
=0
Ha:
0
LOS = 0.01
the true mean pointspread error for all NFL games does not differ from zero
the true mean pointspread error for all NFL games differs from zero
n = 240
xbar = 1.6
s = 13.3
xbar has a tdistribution with
239 degrees of fre
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Chapter 14
Exponential smoothing
it can either be used for smoothing a data set or
it can be used as a forecasting technique
t
Yt Smoothed value
1 Y1 S1 = Y1
2 Y2 S2 = Y2 + (1 ) S1 = Y2 + (1 ) Y1
3 Y3 S3 = Y3 + (1 ) S2 = Y3 + (1 ) (Y2 + (1 ) Y1) = Y3 +
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Chapter 2
Standard Notations
Sample
x
Mean
Standard Deviation
s
Variance
s2
Sample Size
n
Measure
Mean (Average OR Expected Value)
Population
2
N
Central Tendency Measure
Formula
n
i=1 xi
Description
Balance Point
n
Median
x(n+1) even sample size
Middle V
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4.93 a
Pr( 10 x 12)
=
Pr(10 < x < 12)
=
Describe > Distribution Fitting > Probability Distribution
Pr(x < 12)  Pr(x < 10)
Right Click (Over the Cumulative Distribution Output) > Pane Options
Lower Tail Area (<)
Variable Dist. 1
Dist. 2
10 0.308536
12
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Chapter 8
We have two different populations. Therefore, we take two samples, one from each
population.
We want to answer the question: Is some parameter in one population different from the
corresponding parameter in the other population?
Paired (matched,
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Chapter 7
Conclusion\ True State of Nature
H0 True
Ha True
Accept H0 (Assume H0 True)
Correct decision
Type II error (probability )
Reject H0 (Assume Ha True)
Type I error (probability )
Correct decision
Hypothesis
A hypothesis is a statement about a para
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11.99 a.
b.
c.
d.
e
f.
Plot>Scatterplots>XY Plot
Plot of Index vs Salary
790
Index
690
590
490
390
290
0
2
4
Salary
6
8
(X 10000)
The scattergram appears to show some decrease in the index as salary increases
Relate>One Factor>Simple Regression
Depen
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10.17 Day
MON
TUE
WED
THR
FRI
SAT
SUN
Volume
Number observed
0.191
0.198
0.187
0.18
0.155
0.043
0.046
90
82
72
70
51
18
31
414
p1=.191 and p2=.198 and p3=.187 and p4=.18 and
H0:
p5=.155 and p6=.043 and p7=0.046
the number of overweight trucks per week is
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3.124 Let A1 =
fuses came from malfunctioning line
A2 =
fuses did not come from malfunctioning line 1
If both lines produce fuses at the same rate, then
P(A1) = P(A2) = 0.5
Let D =
probability that a single fuse is defective
P(D  A1) =
0.06
P(D  A2) =
0
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Statistics for Business and
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Chapter 7
Inferences Based on a Single Sample:
Tests of Hypotheses
Content
1. The Elements of a Test of Hypothesis
2. Formulating Hypotheses and Setting Up the
Rejection Region
3. Observed Significance Levels: pValue
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Statistics for Business and
Economics
Chapter 8
Inferences Based on Two Samples: Tests
of Hypotheses
1
Learning Objectives
1. Distinguish Independent and Related
Populations
2. Solve Inference Problems for Two
Populations
Mean
Proportion
3. Determine Sa
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Statistics for Business and
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Chapter 5
Sampling Distributions
51
Content
1. The Concept of a Sampling Distribution
2. Properties of Sampling Distributions:
Unbiasedness and Minimum Variance
3. The Sample Distribution of the Sample
Mean and the C
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Statistics for Business and
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Chapter 8
Inferences Based on Two Samples: Confidence
Intervals & Tests of Hypotheses
Content
1. Identifying the Target Parameter
2. Comparing Two Population Means: Independent
Sampling
3. Comparing Two Population Mea
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Statistics for Business and
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Chapter 6
Inferences Based on a Single Sample:
Estimation with Confidence Intervals
1
Learning Objectives
1. State What Is Estimated
2. Distinguish Point & Interval Estimates
3. Explain Interval Estimates
4. Compute C