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# Hello I have the answers for questions 1-5, would you be able provide the answers for questions 6-13?

Hello I have the answers for questions 1-5, would you be able provide the answers for questions 6-13?

Questions 1-5: The 2012 liquor law violation counts and the the 2012 student enrollment are below. Calculate the total liquor violations rate per 1,000 students for each institution. Round each result to one decimal place.

 School Liquor Law-Referral Liquor Law-Arrest Total Liquor Violations Enrollment UF 259 51 310 50,086 USF 144 19 163 41,047 FSU 195 135 330 41,301 UM 306 0 306 16,172 UCF 111 131 242 59,785

Question 6. Write a short paragraph summarizing these rates. Be sure to include an explanation of which university had the worst rate and which had the lowest rate.

Question 7. Why do you think UCF's alcohol violation rate is so drastically different from the University of Miami? What factors do you think are associated with the difference?

Question 8. Using the Marijuana by Gender table from Module 4b which is replicated below, What is the probability that a user will be female given chronic usage, i.e. P(Female|Chronic)?

 Gender Marijuana Usage Row Total Never Tried Chronic Male 505 165 25 695 Female 105 35 10 150 Column Total 610 200 35 845

Question 9. In Module 4b, we saw that males and females were proportionally the same in having never used marijuana and occasionally used marijuana, but that females had nearly twice the rate of chronic usage than males, 6.7% to 3.6%? What other factors might explain the gender difference in chronic marijuana usage? Do you think this result might be due to chance alone? Why or why not?

Question 10. You're a representative of local police union. The current starting wage for rookie police officer is \$45,000. You're negotiating the next collective bargaining agreement with management that will cover the next 5 years. They have offered two different ways for annually raising patrol officer pay. The first is annual 2% raises and the second is a flat raise of \$1000 annually. Which is the better pay plan?

Question 11. Same situation, but now the offers are a 3.25% annual raise or a flat raise of \$1500 annually. Which is the better pay plan?

Question 12. Same situation, same annual 2% raise or \$1000 flat raise as in (10), but the starting rookie salary is \$50,000. Which is the better pay plan?

Question 13. What's the moral of the story here regarding pay raises?

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