Analytical Report


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  • Q : Grouped Frequency Distributions Grouped

    Grouped Frequency Distributions: Guidelines for classes: A) There must be between 5 to 20 classes. B) The class width must be an odd number. This will assure that the class mid-points are integers rather than decimals. C) The classes should be mutually exclusive. This signifies that no data valu

  • Q : Problem on income probability Kramer

    Kramer spends all of his income  $270  on two products, soup (S) and on golf balls (G). He always bought 2 golf balls for every 1 cup of soup he consumes. He acquires no additional utility from the other cup of soup unless he as well gets 2 more golf balls a

  • Q : MANOVA and Reflection Activity 10:

    Activity 10: MANOVA and Reflection 4Comparison of Multiple Outcome Variables This activity introduces you to a very common technique - MANOVA. MANOVA is simply an extension of an ANOVA and allows for the comparison of multiple outcome variables (again, a very common situation in research a

  • Q : Binomial distribution 1) A Discrete

    1) A Discrete random variable can be described as Binomial distribution if is satisfies four conditions, Briefly discuss each of these conditions

    2) A student does not study for a multiple choice examination and decides to guess the correct answers, If the

  • Q : Analyse the statistics of the data

    Assigment Question Select any two manufacturing companies and formulate the cost and revenue functions of the companies. analyse the statistics of the data and then sketch the functions and determine their breakeven points. (Note: You are required to interview the production and sales manag

  • Q : True and False Statement Discuss the

    Discuss the following statements and explain why they are true or false:

    a)      Increasing the number of predictor variables will never decrease the R2

    b)      Multicollinearity affects the int

  • Q : Probability of winning game Monte Carlo

    Monte Carlo Simulation for Determining Probabilities 1. Determining the probability of winning at the game of craps is difficult to solve analytically. We will assume you are playing the `Pass Line.'  So here is how the game is played: The shooter rolls a pair of

  • Q : Probability problem A) What is the

    A) What is the probability of getting the following sequence with a fair die (as in dice):

    B) What is the probability of getting the same sequence with a die that is biased in the following way:


  • Q : Problem on Chebyshevs theorem 1. Prove

    1. Prove that the law of iterated expectations for continuous random variables.

    2. Prove that the bounds in Chebyshev's theorem cannot be improved upon. I.e., provide a distribution which satisfies the bounds exactly for k ≥1, show that it satisfies the

  • Q : How you would use randomization in

    The design of instrument controls affects how easily people can use them. An investigator used 25 students who were right-handed to determine whether right-handed subjects preferred right-handed threaded knobs. He had two machines that differed only in that one had a

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