Kasana RauchG00022381
Question 1
A&B
C. No, not really. All the cities are similar in range of values.
D. No. There isnt a huge spread between the values.
Part 2
A. Atlanta 24.6
Boston 33
Dallas 30.58
Philiadelphia 32.2
Seattle 27.4
St. Louis 25.8
B. The
Question 1
1. Determine which of the following statements is descriptive in nature and which is inferential. Refer to the data
below in How Old is My Fish?
HowOldisMyFish
AverageagebylengthoflargemouthbassinnewYorkState
Length
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
Age
2
3
3
1.
The following shows the temperatures (high, low) and weather conditions in a given Sunday for some
selected world cities. For the weather conditions, the following notations are used: c clear; cl cloudy;
sh showers; pc partly cloudy.
City
Acapulco
Bang
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W3 Written Assignment Week 3 Assignment
Makeisha SaundersMuhammad
Grantham University Online
WEEK 3 ASSIGNMENT
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Question 1
Seventy percent of the students applying to a university are accepted. Using the binomial
probab
Running Head: WEEK 3 PROJECT
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Week 3 Project
Makeisha SaundersMuhammad
Grantham University Online
WEEK 3 PROJECT
2
Question 1
1. If we select 7 colleges from a major and then record whether they are of School Type Private
or not, is this experiment a bi
1.
Experts have estimated that 25% of all homeless people in the U.S. are veterans.The proportion
of Americans in general who are homeless is 0.11. For random samples of
100 people, which is more normal?
A) distribution of sample proportion, when the popu
Step 1: The mean weekly expenditure on fast food for adults 24 years of age and under,
Step 2: a. normality assumed, also CLT with n = 200
b. t
c. 1 = 0.95
Step 3: n = 200, x = 35, s = 14.50
Step 4: a. /2 = 0.05/2 = 0.025; df = 199; t(199, 0.025) = 1.96
Running Head: PROJECT WEEK 2
W2 Project Assignment Project Week 2
Makeisha SaundersMuhammad
Grantham University Online
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PROJECT WEEK 2
Project Week 2
Using the ROI data set:
1. For each of the 2 majors calculate the mean, median, minimum, maximum, range
Question 1
Question 2
a) The formula for the zscore is
z = (anx  )/(5.2/sqrroot of sample size)
This comes out to
z = (46.5  43)/ (5.2/Sqrt(35) = 3.9820
b) Yes, this zscore can be used in calculating probabilities using Table 3 in Appendix B
when the
Midterm
There are 8 questions in total, each worth 12.5 points. Please upload your answers to the
dropbox below.
Question 1
The following shows the temperatures (high, low) and weather conditions in a given Sunday for
some selected world cities. For the
Part 1:
a.
b. Answers and estimation will vary.
c. No, not a huge amount in all 6 cities there is data from 20 to 37, with 4 having smaller
values and 5 having larger values.
d. No, not a huge spread
Part 2:
Part 3
a. Atlanta: 16.52 to 32.81; Boston: 24.1
Question 1
4 out of 4 points
What is Statistics?
Selected Answer:
A.
The science of collecting, describing, and interpreting data.
Answers:
A.
The science of collecting, describing, and interpreting data.
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The science of data and variables.
C.
The art of
Running Head: WEEK 5 PROJECT
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W5 Project Assignment Project Week 5
Makeisha SaundersMuhammad
Grantham University Online
WEEK 5 PROJECT
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Project Week 5
1. For each of the 2 majors consider the School Type column. Assuming the requirements are met,
const
Using the ROI data set:
1.
If we select 7 colleges from a major and then record whether they are of School Type
Private or not, is this experiment a binomial one? Why or why not?
Yes, the experiment is a binomial in nature.
The binomial distribution (expe
Market segmentation is a twostep process; naming broad product markets, and segmenting
those markets in order to select target markets. Most segmentation efforts fail because
inexperienced marketers attempt to find one or two demographic characteristics
1.
A portion of the population selected to represent the population is called
statistical
inference
Data and
Statistics
a census
a sample
5 points
1.
QUESTION 2
The process of analyzing sample data in order to draw conclusions about the characteristics of
W2Assignment:TrueorFalse
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W2 Assignment: True or False
Grantham University
W2Assignment:TrueorFalse
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1. True or false: A system comprising two linear equations in two variables has a unique solution if
and only if the straight lines represented by the e
1. True or false. If all the coefficients a1, a2 an in the objective function P = a1x1 + a2x2 +
+ anxn are nonpositive, then the only solution of the problem is x1 = x2 = = xn and P = 0.
False
If all the coefficients a1, a2 an in the objective function P
1. True or false: A system comprising two linear equations in two variables has a unique
solution if and only if the straight lines represented by the equations are nonparallel.
True, if the two straight lines are nonparallel they must intersect at some p
1
The Role of the Entrepreneur
The Role of the Entrepreneur
Grantham University
The Role of the Entrepreneur
2
An entrepreneur is someone who organizes, manages, and assumes the risks of a business or
enterprise; an entrepreneur is an agent of change. Ent
TrueorFalse
1
Grantham University
W6 Assignment: True or False
TrueorFalse
2
1.
True or false. A set is any collection of objects.
True.
2.
True or false. A proper subset of a set is itself a subset of the set, but not vice versa.
True
3.
True or false. T
Question 1
1. Baseball stadiums vary in age, style, size, and in many other ways. Fans might think of
the size of the stadium in terms of the number of seats; while the player might measure the
size of the stadium by the distance from the home plate to th
Question 1
1. Baseball stadiums vary in age, style, size, and in many other ways. Fans might think of the
size of the stadium in terms of the number of seats; while the player might measure the size of the
stadium by the distance from the home plate to th
All 9inch largemouth bass in New York State are an average of 3 years old.
This is inferential statistics because you do not have access to the whole population you are
interested in investigating, but only a limited number of data instead.
Of the largem
IPad 2 Market Segmentation, Targeting, and Position
IPad 2 Market Segmentation, Targeting, and Position
BA280/ Consumer Behavior
Grantham University
1
IPad 2 Market Segmentation, Targeting, and Position
2
The second generation of the iPad, the iPad 2, is
Negligence
1
Shermeka Jones
BA260/ Business Law I
Grantham University
Negligence
2
Contributory negligence in commonlaw jurisdictions is generally a defense to a claim based
on negligence, an action in tort. This principle is relevant to the determinatio
BA215 Business Statistics
If you could stop time and live forever in good health, what age would you pick? Answers to
this question were reported in a USA Today Snapshot. The average ideal age for each age
group is listed in the following table; the avera
Assignment 5
1

Assignment 5
Michael J. Johnson
4 August 2012
Business Statistics BA215
Grantham University
Question 1
1. Using the telephone numbers listed in your local directory as your population, randomly obtain 20 samples of size 3.
From each telep
Based on a survey of 1,000 adults by Greenfield Online and reported in a May 2009 USA Today
Snapshot, adults 24 years of age and under spend a weekly average of $35 on fast food. If 200 of the
adults surveyed were in the age category of 24 and under and t
School Type
Private
Private
Cost
30 Year ROI
Annual ROI
$222,700.00
$1,786,000.00
$176,400.00
$1,758,000.00
Private
$212,200.00
Public
$125,100.00
Private
$212,700.00
Public
$92,910.00
Private
$214,900.00
Private
$217,800.00
Private
$225,600.00
Private
$2
BA215
BUSINESS STATISTICS
DISCUSSION WEEK 1
The probability I got when z 1.75 is .040059, and the probability that I got when z 1.75 is .959941. The thing that I noticed from
the two probabilities is that the normal probabilities are symmetrical. If you
W3 Written Assignment
Grantham University
Question 1
Seventy percent of the students applying to a university are accepted. Using the binomial
probability tables or Excel, what is the probability that among the next 18 applicants:
At least 6 will be accep
BA215 Midterm
QUESTION 1
The following shows the temperatures (high, low) and weather conditions in a given Sunday for
some selected world cities. For the weather conditions, the following notations are used: c = clear;
cl = cloudy; sh = showers; pc = par
Week 3 Project
Using the ROI data set:
1.
If we select 7 colleges from a major and then record whether they are of School Type
Private or not, is this experiment a binomial one? Why or why not?
The experiment is binomial.
The binomial distribution is a ty