1 Introduction
A. Basic Statistics concepts and terms
B. Type of Variables 7
C. Measurement Scales 7
2 Organizing and Visualizing Data
A.
B.
C.
D.
E.
Organizing Categorical Data
The Summary Table
The Contingency Table
The Ordered Array
The Cumulative Dist
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Student: _
1. In organizational settings, power is defined as:
A. the practice of trying to influence another
person.
B. the capacity to influence
others.
C. the act of changing another person's attitudes and
behaviours.
D. the extent to which one pe
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1. All organizational structures have the following two fundamental requirements:
A. flatter span of control and
decentralization
B. division of labour and
coordination
C. decentralization and
divisionalization
D. coordination and
decentra
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1. Organizational culture is best described as the basic pattern of shared:
A. assumptions, beliefs and behaviours that subconsciously guide employee thoughts
and actions.
B. behaviours that employees enact to demonstrate their support for
Independent and Dependent Events
If the occurrence or non-occurrence of E1 does not
affect the probability of occurrence of E2, then
P(E2 | E1) = P(E2)
and E1 and E2 are said to be independent events.
Otherwise they are said to be dependent events.
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PermutationandCombination
Recallthattreediagramscanbeusedtosolve
probabilityproblemsinvolvingdependentevents,
buttreediagramssometimesrequirealarge
numberofbranches.
Permutationsandcombinationsareespecially
helpfulwhenthenumbersinvolvedarelarge.
The use
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Application of Stats in Business COMM291
Analysis of Honda Co, Ltd.
Minyoung Kim (Kate)
SeJin Jo (Jamy)
Mireya Fung
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Index
. Overview
. Mission and Vision
1. Mission
2. Vision
3. Culture
4. Philosophy
5. Plan
.
A Statistical Analysis Paper on
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CourseCommerce 291
Instructor: Enrico Tanafranca
Student:
Elise Chen 083558
Luna Tran 083973
Tracy Xue 084650
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DateNov/22/2013
Table of Contents
I . Overview.1
II. Words from president.1
III. Mis
ASSIGNMENT # 2 BY GROUP (THE GROUP IN THE PROJECT)
ABC Company operates in Burnaby as a fast food chain business since January 1, 2008. It has 3 branches
in the city. Its net income since operation is reflected in the table below:
Table 1
Month
January
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AN ANALYSIS OF MONTHLY BUDGET OF THE STUDNETS
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This Research Paper is submitted as part of the
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If the odds of something happening are 1-to-1, that means there is an equal chance of the thing happening as not. So the
odds of getting heads on a coin toss are 1-to-1.
If the odds are 2-to-1, that means there is twice as good a chance that the thing WON
Permutations and Combinations
An arrangement or listing in which order or placement is important is called a
permutation.
Simple example:
31 5 17
combination lock
is NOT the same as
17 31 5
Though the same numbers are used, the order in which
they are tur
Two events are mutually exclusive if they have no sample points in common.
The probability that Event A occurs, given that Event B has occurred, is called a conditional probability.
The conditional probability of A, given B, is denoted by the symbol P(A|
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Student: _
1. _ represents the forces within a person that affect the direction,
intensity, and persistence of voluntary behaviour.
A. Motivati
on
B. Personalit
y
C. Value
s
D. Ethic
s
E. Abilit
y
2. Motivation affects a person's _ of voluntary behavi
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Student: _
1. Conflict is defined as:
A. any event where two parties demonstrate their dislike of
each other.
B. any occasion where both parties perceive each other as a threat to achieving the
other party's goals.
C. a process in which one party per
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Student: _
1. Communication is the process by which information is _ and _ between
two or more people.
A. spoken;
heard
B. heard;
seen
C. transmitted;
understood
D. acknowledged;
absorbed
E. dictated;
transcribed
2. Effective communication occurs when
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Student: _
1. _ refers to an individual's self-beliefs and self-evaluations.
A. Selfconcept
B. Selfverification
C. Selfimplication
D. Selfadulation
E. Selfefficacy
2. People function better when their _ has many elements that are
compatible with each
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Student: _
1. The rational choice model of decision making begins with:
A. evaluating
alternatives
B. recognizing and defining the
problem
C. searching for
alternatives
D. implementing the
solution
E. searching for information about outcomes to each
a
COMM 291 PREFINAL
PART I
1. What is the value of the mode when all values in the data set are different?
a. zero
c. there is no mode
b. one
d. cannot be determined
2. Two events are mutually exclusive if
a. they overlap on a Venn diagram
b. when one event
PREFINAL PART II
1. A General Manger argued to his production manager that the level of significance used when
comparing two products is often too lowthat is, sometimes you should be using an value greater
than 0.05. Specifically, the GM recounted testing
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Chapter 26
Money and
Banking
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In this chapter you will learn.
1. about the various functions of money
2. that modern banking systems include both privately
owned commercial banks and government-owned central
banks.
3. how commercial banks c