Notes on factor analysis:
During factor analysis:
Take out variables with low MSA values: This is any variable with a MSA score below .5 in this
table:
Keep taking out variables until none of the have a msa score below .5 (do them
individually! taking som

Problem 2:
a.
His current schedule will cost him $6,800 dollars.
The total cost will be 6,000
B:
C:
The total cost will be 4,800
Problem 3:
Rest of constraints:
B. 50,200,40,0,0,10,0,0,10,250,100,140
Problem 5:
MinZ = 1051
Problem 6:
Changed GRG Nonlinear

14:34 Wednesday, October 26, 2016
1
Variables Added Last
proc reg data=cc0302;
time_pubs_female_cits: model salary=time pubs female cits;
time_pubs_female: model
time_pubs_cits: model
62
Number of Observations Read
time_female_cits: model
62
Number of Obs

Tim Babco
Homework 2
1.
A. P[ x | I, j ] = 1/n
B. Probability (gain access) = P(first try) + P(second try) + P(third try)
3/10
2.
A.
P(Y1) =
The answer is .187
To get this answer I needed to use the NCR method on my calculator, the equivalent to that on
e

Tim Babco
Homework 1
1.
x
y
2
3
-1
1
-5
1
4
-24
7
X=
z
0
1
0
0
1
0
b
-1
2
1
1
-7
2
1
2
3
x = A-1b
2.
I first made a matrix from the original numbers provided, then I got the inverse of XYZ
using the minverse function. Then I used the mmult function to get

Review Guide: MKT 7716
Exam One: Fall, 2016
Chapter One: Introduction to Multivariate Analysis
Conceptual Issues:
Describe how multivariate analysis provides advantages in the capability for measurement,
explanation/prediction and hypothesis testing. Be a

Factorial
o A factorial is a number with a ! behind it. It means te number multiplied by all
numbers below it
Ex. 4! = 4*3*2*1 = 24
Binomial
o Y = number of successes
o N= number of trials
o = probability of success