Information Experts has placed you in a group to develop null and alternative hypotheses to help the bank determine which option would provide the best incentive to consumers. Work with your group members to develop the null and alternative hypotheses. As a group, write a brief memo to the PiggyBank product development team describing your hypotheses and explaining how you arrived at them.
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You are a relatively new employee of Information Experts, a research
consulting organization, which assists companies and non-profits in
analyzing data to research issues and make business decisions. The
company has assigned you to complete a project for one of its clients.
For this project, you will be working with PiggyBank. The bank has
decided to offer a new credit card that offers incentives for certain
kinds of transactions. They are interested in hiring Information
Experts, but they donât know if Information Expertsâ data analysis
will help them with their decision of what types of incentives to offer.
Your first responsibility on this project is to explain the value of
statistical tools to PiggyBank, so that they will hire Information
Experts. Once your company has been hired, your responsibility will be
to examine and analyze research, and use statistics to help PiggyBank
determine which product to market. Because this is your first project
for Information Experts, the company has provided a peer/mentor group to
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