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  • Waiting for answer Sampling in statistics.

    Explain each sampling technique discussed in the "Visual Learner: Statistics" in your own words, and give examples of when each technique would be appropriate.

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    The board of directors at a large corporation wants to base their division managers' pay raises on the profit performance of their respective divisions. They have asked you to evaluate the performance and raises at other companies and propose a formula for calculating the percentage increase in base...

  • Waiting for answer Unit III Discussion Board Question

     How is the decimal expansion an  irrational number different from that of a rational number?  Provide an example of an irrational number, integer, whole number, and natural number.   What are some ways that you could use these types of numbers in the real world?  Thanks 

  • Waiting for answer Week 5: Discussion 1

    I need this assignment to be complete on or before August 17, 2017 by 10:00 p.m. PST. I have attached four files to enable you to complete the assignment successfully.

  • Waiting for answer Statistics assignment

    THE STATISTIC ASSIGNMENT IS ATTACHED. EVERYTHING NEEDED TO COMPLETE THE ASSIGNMENT IS INCLUDED IN THE ATTACHMENT. THAT IS THE CHAPTERS TO READ AND THE QUESTIONS TO ANSWER. CHAPTER 10 AND 26 NO PLAGIARISM PLEASE I WILL BE SUBMITTING THROUGH TURNITIN. THANK YOU.

  • Waiting for answer Unit II Assignment

     Please follow the directions on the attachment. There are 18 math problems that need to be solved. Please show all work in solving these problems. If you have any problems reading I can email you the sheets.  Thanks 

  • Waiting for answer Statistics

    Prompt : A major tire manufacturer claims their heavy-duty truck tires have an average usage life of 71,000 miles. The shipping department of the company you work for has been using these tires for several years and feels they are not getting the mileage promised. The manager pulled 25 maintenance r...

  • Waiting for answer MATH 256 project

     FOR MATHS GURUU.   I have a new job on the math 256 class I need you to help me come up with the  conclusion for my project I will send it to you on the homework market email tell me if you can help 

  • Waiting for answer Confidence

    Confidence Intervals " (Note: Please respond to one [1] of the following two [2] bulleted items) The vast majority of the world uses a 95% confidence in building confidence intervals.  Give your opinion on why 95% confidence is so commonplace. Justify your response. Construct a hypothetical 95% co...

  • Waiting for answer Praceice Set 5

    University of Phoenix Material                       Practice Set 5 Practice Set 5 1. This distribution hasonlyoneparameter.Thecurveisskewedtotherightforsmalldfand          becomessymmetricforlargedf.The entiredistributioncurveliestotherightofthevertical          axis.Thedistributionassumes nonneg...

  • Waiting for answer Business Decision Making Project Part 3

    Business Decision Making Project Part 3 Due Aug 16, 5:59 PM Not Submitted POINTS 6  Signature Assignment no new messages Objectives: 2.2 3.1 3.2 more Instructions Assignment Files Grading Purpose of Assignment   This assignment provides students with practice in understanding when or why ANOV...

  • Waiting for answer MAT 543 WEEK 7 DISCUSSION

    "Decision Analysis" Compare the primary strengths and weaknesses of cost-benefit analysis (CBA), cost-effectiveness analysis (CEA), and cost-utility analysis (CUA). Give your opinion on which method you believe to be the most effective in economic evaluation. Using the umbrella decision-making exam...

  • Waiting for answer Felt pens cost the newsagent $85 per box of 100 and are sold...

    Felt pens cost the newsagent $85 per box of 100 and are sold at $2.25 each. The profit as a percentage of the cost price to 1 decimal place is:

  • Waiting for answer Week 3 Assignment 1 Discussion for Statistics

    Question 1: If the random variable z is the standard normal score and a 0, is it true that P(z -a) = P(z a)?  Why or why not? Question 2: Find the (two) z-scores that bound the middle 40% of the standard normal distribution.

  • Waiting for answer Julie Wayne Response Only

    Two Unit 4 Discussion 1 Responses to Statistics homework. Two Unit 5 Discussion 1 Responses Statistics homework Two Unit 5 Discussion 2 Responses Statistics homework Include one reference for each post

  • Waiting for answer MATH-SOLVER ONLY

    z Scores, Type I and II Errors, Hypothesis Testing Resources z Scores, Type I and II Errors, Hypothesis Testing Scoring Guide . Copy/Export Output Instructions . Unit 4 Assignment 1 Answer Template . APA Style and Format . This is your second IBM SPSS assignment. It includes three sections in wh...

  • Waiting for answer Practice Set 4

    University of Phoenix Material                       Practice Set 4 Practice Set 4 1. Find z for each of the following confidence levels. Round to two decimal places. 90%     95%     96% 97%     98%     99% 2. For a data set obtained from a random sample, n = 81 and x = 48.25. It is known  ...

  • Waiting for answer Business Decision Making Project Part 2

    Business Decision Making Project Part 2 Due Aug 13, 5:59 PM Not Submitted POINTS 5  Project no new messages Objectives: 4.1 4.2 4.3 Instructions Assignment Files Grading Purpose of Assignment This assignment provides students with practice in understanding how to develop a hypothesis and int...

  • Waiting for answer Week 4: Student Discussion and Response

    I need this assignment complete on or before August 14, 2017 by 10:00PM PST. I have attached three files in which you must provide a response to.

  • Answered QNT 351 Final Exam 2017 (A+++++)

    1. The mean amount spent by a family of four on food is $500 per month with a standard deviation of $75. Assuming that the food costs are normally distributed, what is the probability that a family spends less than $410 per month?0.11510.03620.87500.21582. As the size of the sample increases, what h...

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