The following is a sample of size 14:
10, 12, 14, 15, 16, 18, 19, 20, 20, 21, 23, 24, 27, 28
Compute the sample mean: standard deviation: .
Coef. of Variation:. Median:.
Q3:.
Show your work
Complete the following Frequency Table:
Interval
Frequency
Relati
Mean, Variance, And SD Using GROUPED DATA
EXAMPLE # 1: ( from page 125 )
We provided the frequency distribution of the time in days required to complete year-end
audits for the public accounting firm of Sanderson and Clifford. The frequency
distribution o
Assignment (Chapter 13)
Instructions:
a. You will work on this assignment in groups of two people.
b. The assignment should be typed.
c. The statistical package Minitab should be used to do the
assignment.
d. Include the Minitab outputs. They should be pl
MAS 201
Chapter 4
Rules of Counting
1. Fundamental Rule of Counting
If an experiment with k multiple events can occur such that the first
event can occur with n1 possible outcomes, and the second event can
occur with m possible outcomes, etc. then the tot
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(with leaves in ,rlothaof gallons) for a sample of 25
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1. The Census Bureaus Current Population Survey shows 30% of individuals ages 25 and older
have completed four years of college.
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For a sample of 10 individuals,
a) What is the probability that two will have comp
The Micronutrients
and Water
Copyright 2013 Wolters Kluwer Health | Lippincott Williams & Wilkins
Micronutrients
Micronutrients include vitamins and minerals.
They do not provide energy.
They are needed in small quantities.
Deficiencies and excesses o
Nutrition and
Physical
Activity
1
2
Fitness
3
The Components of
Fitness
The components of fitness are:
1.
2.
Cardiovascular Endurance
Strength
1.
2.
3.
4.
Muscular Strength
Muscular Endurance
Flexibility
Body Composition
.Fitness
level is defined by the a
1
Food Addiction
Focus on Sugar Addiction
2
Introduction
3
Introduction
A current estimate is that about 1020% of people
would present addiction-like symptoms toward
hyperpalatable foods similar to the proportion of
cocaine or heroin users who go on to de
1 An experiment is designed to study the effects of the type of receiver
and the type of amplifier on the amplification of a stereo recording.
For each combination of factor levels, three tests are performed in
which decibel output is measured. A higher d
1 The Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT) contains three parts: critical
reading, mathematics, and writing. Each part is scored on an 800point scale. Information on test scores for the 2014 version of the SAT
is available at the College Board website. A block
MAS 201 Introduction to Business Statistics Fall 2016
Course Outline, Requirements and Syllabus
SECTION B; MWF; 9:05-9:55am;
Dooly Memorial 215
SECTION E; MWF; 12:20-1:10pm;
SECTION G; MWF; 2:30-3:20pm;
Dooly Memorial 100
Dooly Memorial 101
TEXT (required
MAS 201 INTRODUCTION BUSINESS STATISTICS
STATISTICS: ( Definition )
It is the art and science of collecting, analyzing, presenting and interpreting data. The data may be the
totality of observations under consideration (you are working with a POPULATION),
MEASURES OF LOCATION AND DISPERSION
USING UNGROUPED DATA
Measures of Location: (Mean, Median, and Mode) We are trying to identify the center
of the data
Mean or Average: Perhaps the most important measure of location. It provides a measure
of central loca
DISCRETE RANDOM VARIABLES
&
DISCRETE PROBABILITY DISTRIBUTIONS
RANDOM VARIABLES
Are numerical descriptions of all possible outcomes of an experiment.
CONTINUOUS OR DISCRETE RANDOM VARIABLES ?
One way to determine whether they are discrete or continuous is
Chapter 7
Body Composition, Energy
Balance and Weight
Control
1
2
The Obesity Epidemic
3
Americas Expanding Waistline
4
Source: The Economist, December 11, 2003.
5
Source: The Economist, December 11, 2003.
6
Obesity Prevalence, USA 1995
7
Obesity Prevalen