Rules of Classroom Behavior that encourage a Positive
Learning
Environment:
1. Arrive on time. If you are repeatedly late for class you may have to meet
with the instructor to explain yourself.
2. Do not start packing up prior to the end of class. It is n
Quantitative Methods I-STAT1010
Assignment
Weight: 10% of the final grade.
Due: Week#9 (at the beginning of the class)
Please note that students must submit assignment on time. Failure to do
so will result in a penalty of 10% per day including weekends.
I
Quantitative Methods I-STAT1010
Week #9 and#10
PROBABILITY DISTRIBUTION
Outcome:
1.
Understand the concepts of discrete and continuous random
variables and their associated distributions
Definitions
1.
random variable a variable whose value is determined
STAT1010-Quantitative Methods I
Week #1
Chapter2 Graphical and Tabular Descriptive
Techniques
Todays Outcomes
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Discuss course outcomes, topics, evaluation and assignment
Explain what is meant by descriptive statistics and inferential statist
Quantitative Methods I-STAT1010
Week3and4
Chapter4 Numerical Descriptive TechniquesMeasures of the Variability
Outcomes:
1.Determine the range and interquartile range of grouped and ungrouped data;
2.Determine the average deviation from the mean for ungro
Quantitative MethodsI-STAT1010
Week #5&6
Chapter5 Data Collection and Sampling,
Permutation and Combination
Outcomes:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Define population and sample
Develop a basic understanding of data collection
Discuss the importance of sampling and the m
STAT1010-Quantitative Methods I
Week#2
Chapter4 Numerical Descriptive TechniquesMeasures of Central Tendency
Outcomes:
1.
2.
3.
4.
Differentiate between the mean, the median, and the mode of data
Determine the mean, the median, and the mode of ungrouped d
Quantitative Methods I-STAT1010
Week#11&12
Poisson Probability Distribution
Outcomes:
Reveal the characteristics of the Poisson Distribution
Calculate the mean and standard deviation of the Poisson Probability distribution
Calculate the Poisson probabi
Quantitative Methods I-STAT1010
Week#13&14
Chapter10 Introduction to Estimation/
Chapter12 Inference About A Population
Outcomes
1. Define a point estimate
2. Define level of confidence
3. Construct a confidence interval for the population mean when the
p
Course: Management Accounting I
Assignment
Case 5-22 (p.209), 6-20 (p.261)
Case 5-22 (p.209)
1/.
a).
Predetermined Overhead Rate = Estimated MOH/ Estimated Allocation Base (Direct Labor Hour)
= 4400000 / 100000
= $44 per hours of direct labor
b). Unit Pro
Statistics 1010 Fall 2013
CASE STUDY (Assignment). Due date Week 11.
TEXT:
Statistics for Management and Economics, 9th edition, Gerald Keller
1. WebCT (Blackboard) Home Page Copy of HOMES Save As.
2. The list of the homes has 50 rows.
3. Use Excel Random
Case Study MATH 1095
Problem #1
1. END
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2. Amortization table using rounded-up value:
3.Amortization table using rounded-down v
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Marl-:3
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amortization 13qu f or this 1mm using an interest rule 01' 6.4% compounded
quarterly. Label the columns.
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2.5 [1
Marks
(' 2) 1 A loan for $8000 is to be repaid with four quancrly payments. Prepare an
amortization table. for this loan using an interest rate of 5.6% compounded
quarterly. Label the columns. Marks
(16) 2 A t
introduction to Annuities Chapter 11
Basic concepts
Definition of an annuity
An annuity is a series of payments, usually of equal size, made at periodic intervals.
Related terms
PMT1 PMTz PMT3 PMT4 PMT5 PMTM PMTM PMTn
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Name
Date Section
CHAPTER 11
TENJIINUTE QUIZ
Circle the letter of the best response.
\g} _ 1. A contingent ammty is one in which:
3»;
a) the beginning and ending dates are blown
b) the beginning and/or endixig dates are not known
c) the payments start i
Preparation for the Test #2 {Chapters 9-11} Math 1021
Review/Group Work .
1. Alex is purchasing a membership in a tness center. He can pay either $280 now or pay $100 now,
$100 in twelve months, and $100 in fteen months. Which option is better if money is
MATH 1021 PREPARATION FOR THE TEST 1 (Review I Part 2)
CHAPTER7
1. Determine the exact time in days by between March 25, 2007 and February 16, 2009.
(694 days possible LEAP year)
What date is 220 days after May 24, 2005
(Dec 30, 2005)
3. A cheque is rec
EXAMS Review
gChagters 7-10)
1. Compute the following: «i assert} a t7
a) The principal that earns $45.36 at10.5% for 312 days lzrrt rt? Wig; , .
b) The amount of interest for $1295.50 at 6.75% from October 2, 2011 to ApriT15, 20125309 iiimimgmgé £3 f.
4/20/2015
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