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Running Head: Course Project Part-B
Math-533
Hypothesis Testing
By: Sagar Patel
Professor: Terrance Encalarde
Keller Graduate School of Management
June 10th, 2017
Running Head: Course Project Part-B
A hypothesis testing involves the testing of the null hy
Nelson Newcomb
Professor: Sabada Ibrahim
Math 533: Applied Managerial Statistics
February 16, 2017
Project Part B: Hypothesis Testing and Confidence Intervals
A hypothesis testing involves the testing of the null hypothesis and the alternative
hypothesis.
Course Project Part A: Exploratory Data Analysis
DeVry University
Applied Managerial Statistics
MATH533
Nelson Newcomb
February 13, 2017
MATH 533: Applied Managerial Statistics
Course Project Part A
I.
Introduction.
Salescall Inc. is a company with many s
Nelson Newcomb
Professor: Ibrahim Sabada
Math 533: Applied Managerial Statistics
February 22, 2017
Project Part C Regression and Correlation Analysis
Requirement 1: Generate a scatterplot for the specified dependent variable (Y) and the X1
independent var
Statistics Course Project Part A
Statistics Course Project Part A
Applied Managerial Statistics 553
Professor Lennon Safe
Presenter Martin Marcelle
February 22, 2017
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Statistics Course Project Part A
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Introduction
The assign project data provided was us
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Week 4 Homework ProblemsDate: 1/28/17
Assignment: Week 4 Homework
Problems
1. A random sample of 87 observations produced a mean x = 25.8 and a standard deviation s = 2.4.
a. Find a 95% confidence interval for .
b. Find a 90% confidence interv
Problem 1
Several years ago, a government agency reported the default rate (the proportion of borrowers who
default on their loans) on a certain type of loan at 0.045. Set up the null and alternative hypotheses to
determine if the default rate this year i
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a. Test the null hypothesis th
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Marine scientists categorize signature whisties of hotenose dolphins by typohtype a; type b, type (2, etc. In one study of a sample of185 whisties enitted from bottlenose dolphins in captivity, 95 were categ
SCORE: A+ - 94/100
Prof. Lisbeth Goble
Math 533: Applied Managerial Statistics
December 01, 2016
Project Part B- Hypothesis Testing and Confidence Intervals
A hypothesis testing involves the testing of the null hypothesis and the alternative
hypothesis. W
Course Project: SALESCALL Inc.
DeVry University
Applied Managerial Statistics
MATH533
Lisbeth Goble
November 05, 2016
MATH 533: Applied Managerial Statistics
Course Project Part A
I.
Introduction.
SALESCALL Inc. is a company with thousands of salespeople.
SCORE: A+ - 93/100
Prof. Lisbeth Goble
Math 533: Applied Managerial Statistics
December 13, 2016
Project Part C Regression and Correlation Analysis
Regression analysis involves identifying the relationship between a dependent
variable and one or more inde
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55 Question Help '
Casino games of pure chance (e.g., craps, roulette, baccarat, and keno) always yield a house advantage." For example, in the game of doublezero roulette, the expected casino win percentage is 5.24% on bets made on whether
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MATH533 Final Exam Study Guide
The Final Exam covers all the material covered in the course. It is based on the topics discussed in the
homework and quizzes from each of the 7 weeks of the course. In total there are 27 questions on the
Final Exam.
A solut
Hypothesis Test
Hypothesis Test for
Level of Significance
Mean under H0
n
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StDev
Hypothesis Test for p
0.01
5.61
11
1.5
13.1
(decimal)
SE 3.9498
t Test Statistic -1.041
One-Sided p-value 0.161292
Two-Sided p-value 0.322584
Level of Significanc
Confidence Interval
Confidence Interval for
Confidence Interval for p
Confidence Level
n
Mean
StDev
These values reflect your
confidence interval
SE
t
Margin of Error
Lower Limit (x-bar - E)
Upper Limit (x-bar + E)
90%
0
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1.8
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Normal Distribution
Mean
55
StDev
17.0000
Probability Calculations (starts
with an x-value and you are
computing a probability) X to P
P(X < x)
x
x
P(X > x)
x1
P(x1 < X < x2)
x
46.0852
P( > x)
70%
x1
P(x1 < X < x2)
Inverse Calculations (starts with
a prob
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I usually score between 85-95% on an average for all weeks
can give you customized help at little extra cost
if the question doest match please mail me at [email protected],
I can give you customized help at little extra cost
I usually score between 85-95% on an average for all weeks
if the question doest match please mail me at [email protected], I can give you custom
I usually score between 85-95% on an average for all weeks
can give you customized help at little extra cost
if the question doest match please mail me at [email protected], I can give you custom
I usually score between 85-95% on an average for all weeks
can give you customized help at little extra cost
Running Head: COURSE PROJECT: PART A
Project Part A: Exploratory Data Analysis
Keller Graduate School of Management
Professor Malek Deib
November 20, 2015
Running Head: COURSE PROJECT: PART A
In this case, 40 individuals visited the hospital looking for i
Running Head: COURSE PROJECT: PART B
AJ Davis Department Stores
Project B: Hypothesis Testing and Confidence Intervals
Keller Graduate School of Management
Professor Lennon Safe
April 17, 2015
Running Head: COURSE PROJECT: PART B
A. The average (mean) ann
Running Head: COURSE PROJECT: PART C
AJ Davis Department Stores
Project Part C : regression and Correlation Analysis
Keller Graduate School of Management
Professor Lennon Safe
April 17, 2015
Running Head: COURSE PROJECT: PART C
1. Generate a scatterplot f