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Case 6.3
Mass: Hanoux ErTayiurarandl
0.57
cfw_second hummus:
s = Samerm steal
U = Unsuccessful 505
SN R: Smreat least one run
N = Snore no runs
5 = 0.3876 + 0.2924 = 0.68
0.0544
UR
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Case 6.2
Meli Hancox8nTayllnr Brandt
s [142 0.315
[second base, lout cfw_0.75%.42 5 = Score
n N = 0 score
N 0.435
ploummn cfw_UJEOEBJ N
[3.25 0.026
n 5 mm base, 1 wt] cfw_0.10%.25: s = 0.315 +0.025
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Case 6.3 cont'd
Mellssa Hanna): aTaylar Brandt
0.24
(second base, Zeuts
5R S = Successful steal
U = Unsuccessful steal
R = Score at least one run
N = Scare no runs
0.1632
[n.ssnm
0.5168
(0.590
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Statistics Midterm Review
Do the questions worth 4 marks first. (1 mark questions will be harder and worth less)
Chapter 1
What is statistics
o A way to get information from data
Descriptive Stats
o D
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CASE STUDY #1
Bret Doerksen0274746, Mike Kalupar0305885, Forrest W. Satz 0272625
Math 1020 FTN05(Statistics), Stephen Hill, Red River College
Due date: February 10th, 2017
CASE 6.2 TO BUNT OR NOT T
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Part A: Terminology
1) Describe the process of hypothesis testing.
1. Determine where on the bell curve is the test taking place?
2 tail difference, not equal)
1 tail to the left (less than, below,
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Part A: Terminology
1) Describe the characteristics of a normal distribution.
The most important of all probability distributions
Bell Shaped, symmetrical around the mean
Defined by two parameters: St
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Annuities Due
Concept Questions (Section 12.1)
1. Insurance premium payments, rent payments, lease payments, newspaper and magazine
subscriptions, membership dues.
3. Each payment in an annuity due
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Ordinary Annuities:
Periodic Payment, Number of
Payments, and Interest Rate
Concept Questions (Section 11.1)
1. The monthly payments will be (ii) more than half as large because you will pay more t
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Compound Interest: Future
Value and Present Value
Concept Questions (Section 8.1)
1. We compound interest when we convert it to principal and calculate subsequent interest
on both the principal and
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Compound Interest: Further
Topics and Applications
Concept Questions (Section 9.1)
1. If FV < PV, the quantity is decreasing in size as time passes. Therefore, the rate of growth
is negative. That i
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Ordinary Annuities:
Future Value and Present Value
Concept Questions (Section 10.1)
1. The two types of annuities are distinguished by comparing the payment interval to the
compounding interval. If
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Business Investment Decisions
Exercise 16.1
1. a. Fair market value of the future cash flows (discounted at Vencap's cost of capital)
$30,000 + $10,000 + $20,000 + $60,000 + $40,000
=
1.12
1.12 2
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Bonds and Sinking Funds
Concept Questions (Section 15.2)
1. Four variables affecting a bonds price are:
the face value of the bond
the bonds coupon rate
the prevailing market rate of return on b
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Ratios and Proportions
Exercise 3.1
1. 12:64 = 3:16
(each term divided by 4)
3. 45:15:30 = 9:3:6
= 3:1:2
5. 0.08 : 0.12 = 8:12
= 2:3
(each term divided by 5)
(each term divided by 3)
(each term mult
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Annuities: Special Situations
Concept Questions (Section 13.1)
1. The perpetuity has the larger present value. The greater the number of payments in an
annuity, the larger the annuitys present valu
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Chapter 8 Continuous Probability Distributions
Normal Distribution the most important of all probability distributions because of its crucial role in statistical
inference. What we calculate under the
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To the Student:
Welcome to the study of applications of mathematics to business. Chances are that you already
have some understanding of a number of the topics to which mathematics will be applied. Ev
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Arrow of God
Chinua Achebe
First published in 1964
To the memory of my father ISAIAH OKAFOR ACHEBE
This was the third nightfall since he began to look for signs of the new moon. He knew it would come