Given Data:
At the age of 30, $1000 was invested which earn 8% per year
At the age of 40, $1000 was invested which earn 12% per year
Calculations:
Case 1:
Required formula:
Future Value = Invested amount*(1+Interest)Time period
Time period = Future age -

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30.95
32.5
35.6
38.7
44.9
51.1
60.4
Yi-
Chapter-14, Problem 47
-11.95
-0.5
8.4
1.3
7.1
1.9
-6.4
Residual Plot
10
5
Yi-
0
25
30
35
40
45
-5
-10
-15
So from the plot we can conclude that there is no relationship between the variabl

Value of Rupee-Final project
Post liberalization
Year
2005-06
2006-07
2007-08
2008-09
2009-10
Value of rupee
46.11
41.35
43.5
48.4
45.73
Value of rupee
48.4
46.11
43.5
Value of rupee against dollar
Mean x2 =
Sd2
n2 =
45.018
2.6877444075
5
41.35
post-liber

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Professor: Alexander, Odemba
Date: 09/25/2016
BA 6933, Statistics and Quantitative Methods
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Chapter-11, Problem 3
Given data
Ho: 50
Ha: >50
n = 16
s = 9.5
= 0.05
The test statistic is to test hypothesis

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BA 6933, Statistics and Quantitative Methods
Chapter-15, Problem 1
Given
The estimated regression equation is
= 29.1270+0.5906x1+0.4980x2
a.
b.
The coefficients of two independent va

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LDR. 6933
Professor Smead
Is there a correlation between Batting Average and Salary?
Final Project
Introduction
The analysis is being done on the top twenty-five hitters in major league baseball and each player
salary. This is to see if th