1.Draw a bar chart showing how much meat is consumed per capita in each country. The
chart should be ordered by descending OR ascending values and shaded with your
favorite color. Place the axis on the left of your chart.
2.Create some reasonable grouping
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Homework #2
Statistics
1. Employment data at a large company revealed that 72% of workers are married, 44% are
college graduates, and half the college grads are married. What is the probability that a
randomly chosen worker is:
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48. GDP Growth
a). EU Growth(hat)=1.330 + 0.3616US Growth
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PLEASE NOTE: This particular analysis is based on the dataset as written in
the textbook BUT with the assumption that the reference to pounds in the
US data was a typographic error, and therefore the value in the dataset did
not need con
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Group Project II
For this project, we were assigned the Chapter 13 case study Loyalty Program. In this
case, a large company took a stratied random sample of 10,000 regular customers in 5
areas (Balanced, Dining, En
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of calls the help desk can handle nor do we know how many calls one student can answer or
complete in that 15minute period.
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