The innovative idea is
now a business, but not just
any business; a blue ocean
strategy. A strategy that has
taken the coiffeur shop
business to a level many did
not foresee for years to come.
LEADERSHIP
Management Concepts and Principles
Amber Posey
Exec
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Statistics
Module 4 App 2
3/12/17
The list given has 77 brands of cereals. There are key nutrition criteria that consumers
should pay attention to.
1. Fiber: Detary Fiber should be > 3 grams per serving. Fiber gives cereal a staying power to
keep you fu
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Statistics
Module 4 Homework 4
3/13/17
Question 1: Problem 5.99 from your text. Use excel and word to answer this
question.
a. Mean () = np
=(15)(.25)
=3.75
Answer: On the average, 3.75 tanks leak among a sample of 15.
b. What is the probability that 10
1. In each of the following cases, decide whether or not a binomial distribution is an appropriate
model, and give your reasons.
Binomial distribution consists of n repeated trials and there can only be two outcomes, success or
failure. The probability of
Statistics
Module 4 Quiz 3
3/10/17
This quiz does not require any hand computations.
Pleasesubmitasingleworddocumentandexcelsheet.
Companies planning to introduce a new product in the market must define the
"target" for the product. Age and gender are two
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Statistics
Module 3 Homework
3/7/17
1. Problem 2.118 from your text. Use excel and word to answer this question.
Age
Under
18
18 to 24
25 to 39
40 and
up
Total
2-year fulltime
4-year fulltime
2-year part-time
4-year parttime
Total
45
1478
421
170
1202
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Statistics
Module 2 Homework
2/27/17
1. Problem 2.13 from the text. Use excel to construct your scatter plot. Write your answers
to the questions in a word document. Include the scatter plot you created in your word
document.
A. Yes. The total assets depe
Statistics
Module 2 Application 1
3/3/17
You work for an organization that is concerned about automotive technologies. Your
supervisor has asked that you examine and report significant conclusions for the attached
(Excel document) data set so that he can
Statistics
Module 2 Quiz 1
3/1/17
Question 1: The following data set shows the amount of time consumers have to wait on hold, in
minutes, before talking to a customer service representative. Compute by hand the mean and
standard deviation. Take a picture
1. In the following observational studies, describe changes that could be made to
the data collection process that would result in an experiment rather than an
observation study. Also, offer suggestions about unseen biases or lurking
variables that may be
mfr
100%_Bran
N
100%_Natural_Bran
Q
All-Bran
K
All-Bran_with_Extra_Fiber
K
Almond_Delight
R
Apple_Cinnamon_Cheerios
G
Apple_Jacks
K
Basic_4
G
Bran_Chex
R
Bran_Flakes
P
Cap'n'Crunch
Q
Cheerios
G
Cinnamon_Toast_Crunch
G
Clusters
G
Cocoa_Puffs
G
Corn_Chex
R
Variable Names:
1. VOL: Cubic feet of cab space
2. HP: Engine horsepower
3. MPG: Average miles per gallon
4. SP: Top speed (mph)
5. WT: Vehicle weight (100 lb)
MAKE / MODEL
GM/GeoMetroXF1
GM/GeoMetro
GM/GeoMetroLSI
SuzukiSwift
DaihatsuCharade
GM/GeoSprint
sample size
sample size
Mean
Std dev
Confidence Coefficient
Level of significance
10
10
640
90
0.95
0.05
Margin of error
55.78
Point estimate
Lower limit
upper limit
640
584.22
695.78
67.8
60.9
66
sample size
Mean
Std dev
Confidence Coefficient
Level of s
Probability Cheatsheet v2.0
Compiled by William Chen (http:/wzchen.com) and Joe Blitzstein,
with contributions from Sebastian Chiu, Yuan Jiang, Yuqi Hou, and
Jessy Hwang. Material based on Joe Blitzsteins (@stat110) lectures
(http:/stat110.net) and Blitzs
MA 2025: Statistical
Problem-Solving
Lecture 2: Describing Data with
Graphs
MA 2025
Objectives
Types of variables
Ways to chart categorical data
Bar graphs
Pie charts
Ways to chart quantitative data
Histograms
Stemplots
Timeplots
MA 2025
Important Terms :
MA 2025: Statistical
Problem-Solving
Lecture 3: Describing Data with
Numbers
MA 2025
Objectives
Measures of center: mean, median
Comparing mean and median
Measures of spread: quartiles, standard
deviation
Five-number summary and boxplots
Choosing measures
MA 2025: Statistical
Problem-Solving
Lecture 1: Overview
MA 2025
Syllabus Grading Events
Discussion Board
Exercises
Applications
Quizzes
Comprehensive Final
MA 2025
Syllabus Grading Events
Grading Event
MA 2025
Percentage of Final Grade
Discussion Board
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Tamika Jones
Quiz #1 MA2025 EOL61
Professor Ken Miller
Indiana Tech
Question 1: The following data set shows the amount of time consumers have to wait on hold, in
minutes, before talking to a customer service representative. Compute by hand the mean and
s
Tamika Jones
Quiz #3 MA2025 EOL61
Professor Ken Miller
Indiana Tech
Quiz #3
You will need to use both Word and Excel to complete this quiz. Make sure you put all your
answers and how you arrived at them in the Word document, which is where I will make
com
Tamika Jones
Quiz #2 MA2025 EOL61
Professor Ken Miller
Indiana Tech
Quiz #2
Enter the data set into excel. Using excel perform a least squares regression on the data
set. Use Sodium as the y variable and Calories as the x variable. Make a scatter plot
wit
Quiz #4 MA2025 EOL61
Professor Ken Miller
Indiana Tech
Quiz 4
Question 1: The length of human pregnancies from conception to birth varies according
to a distribution that is approximately Normal with a mean of 266 days and standard
deviation of 16 days.
a
Question 5.99
a. = np = 15(.25) = 3.75 leaky tanks
b. P (x 10) = .000795
c. P = .25, n = 1000, x = 275, = np = 1000 x .25 = 250, = 13.69
Question 5.109
a.
P(antibody and
test positive)
P (antibody)
P(antibody and
test negitive)
EIA Test
P(no antibody
and
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Module 3 Homework
Grace Bright
Indiana Tech
MODULE 3 HOMEWORK 2
Question 2.118
a. There were 14,342,000 students enrolled in colleges and universities.
b. 8,001/14,342 = .55787; There were 55.79% of 18 to 24 year old for all undergraduate
students.
Unde
Quiz 1 # 2
Grace Bright
1950
0.25
0.2
0.15
Percentage
0.1
0.05
0
Age Group
The main features of the distribution show that is in 1950 there was a drop in children in the 1019 years range. This does increase in the slightly past that age but gradually slop