2-1 a. PV- Present Value, the beginning amount. Int- Interest per year FV- Future Value or ending amount in an account where N is the number of periods the money is left in the account. PVA- Present value annuity FVA- Future value annuity and the ending value of a stream of equal payments. PMT- Payment M- Number of compounding period per year I nom- The nominal , or quoted, interest rat b. Opportunity cost rate- is the
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Established in 1979, Gulf Properties was the first full service Real Estate office located directy on Navarre Beach. Our resort rentals range from small condominiums and efficencies to large beach houses. Our Realtors are specialist in condominium sales as well as residential land and homes and commercial properties in the Navarre Area. When you stay with Gulf Properties, you are supporting local business and independent property owners that keep our beaches beautiful and our community strong
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in both terms that include statistics and descriptive statistics also. It is a fact that this type of intension can be used in statistical testing. The main factor tends to good level of statistics. At the same time, it is difficult to say that sampling distribution is different in kind. This is important to look how a dependent variable differs in terms relation among independent variable. For an example, age and sex are some independent variables. The values may vary while depending on the value of each dependent variable. There is no such question of affected attitude. Such attitudes for gender roles vary on the dependent variables
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ANSWER: 1 a) Year | Code | Net Sales ($) | 1997 | 1 | 50,600 | 1998 | 2 | 67,300 | 1999 | 3 | 80,800 | 2000 | 4 | 98,100 | 2001 | 5 | 124,400 | 2002 | 6 | 156,700 | 2003 | 7 | 201,400 | 2004 | 8 | 227,300 | 2005 | 9 | 256,300 | 2006 | 10 | 280,900 | 2007 | 11 | | 2008 | 12 | | 2009 | 13 | | 2010 | 14 | 384668 | b) Graph: ANSWER: 2 a) Year | Code | log y | Imports of Carbon Block (thousands of tons)(y) | 1990 | 1 | 2.09342169 | 124 | 1991 | 2
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Housing Rates in the city of Jacksonville, Florida tend to vary a great deal between areas of the city; therefore, purchasing a house in this city can prove to be quite a challenge, particularly when the housing market is not booming as it has in the past. To decide in which area to buy a house, one should first consider the different variables affecting the prices of these houses. The Express Estate Agency has recently identified five factors that generally affect housing prices: location, age
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, Federated States of | Kiribati | Antigua and Barbuda | Andorra | Dominica | Marshall Islands | Liechtenstein | Monaco | Population Descriptive Statistics: Column1 | | | Mean | 39786098,5 | Standard Error | 14001122,25 | Median | 6508271 | Mode | #YOK | Standard Deviation | 159022180 | Sample Variance | 2,52881E+16 | Kurtosis | 55,5365861 | Skewness | 7,327371857 | Range | 1336687476 | Minimum | 30539 | Maximum | 1336718015 | Sum | 5132406706 | Count
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where necessary. Some business statistics applications example include • Select profitable stocks • Detect fraudulent claims • Score an applicant’s credit • Discover cross-selling opportunities for products • Quantify drug efficacy • Forecast new product sales • Discover new customers • Recognize objects in images • Verify identity through biometrics; and • Anticipate shifts in market sectors for hedge funds • Set
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Table 10-7, R2 = 24459.36/26302.81 = 0.93 and Radj = 1 - [141.8/(26302.81/14)] = 0.925 2 This is a relatively small change due to the greater number of degrees of freedom. 10.5 Confidence limits for the regression coefficient (') The mean square for residuals from regression (Msr) can be used as an estimate of the population variance if there is no significant lack of fit. Its square root is used to compute standard errors for various statistics associated with regression. The standard
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If A and B are mutually exclusive events with P(A) = 0.70, then P(B) can be any value between 0 and 1. can be any value between 0 and 0.70. cannot be larger than 0.30. None of the above statements are true. If A and B are independent events with P(A) = 0.20 and P(B) = 0.60, then P(A|B) is 0.2000 In the notation below, X is the random variable, c is a constant, and V refers to the variance. Which of the following laws of variance is not correct? V(c) = 0 V(X + c) = V(X) V(X + c
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Melissa Pearl Managerial Leadership 11/20/2011 Leader of the Century Award Nomination This letter serves as my nomination of the Leader of the Century award for Sir Richard Branson. I feel that this award is presented to someone who demonstrates integrity and honesty, is an inspiration to others and possesses the ability to learn from himself and others, no matter the situation. These are all characteristics of an effective leader such as Richard Branson. Branson’s predominant leadership
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ASSIGNMENT #4 LONG-TERM INVESTMENT DECISIONS BY MARIO LEE Dr.John MANAGERIAL ECONOMICS DECEMBER 21, 2012 LONG-TERM INVESTMENT DECISIONS Like most industries that has a direct impact on the way society lives, does business or functions, the telecommunications industry must operate under the strict standards set forth by government regulation. All forms of telecommunication bring people and business together to make decisions that help shape the landscape of the world
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CHAPTER 9 [pic] Current Liabilities, Contingencies, and the Time Value of Money OVERVIEW OF EXERCISES, PROBLEMS, AND CASES Estimated Time in Learning Objective Exercises Minutes Level 1. Identify the components of the current liability category of 1 10 Easy the balance sheet. 2 10 Easy 3 10 Easy 2. Examine how accruals affect the current liability category. 4 20 Mod 5 15 Mod 6 10 Mod 7 15 Mod 8 15 Mod 3. Demonstrate an understanding
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Analyze the ways in which businesses manage working capital. Determine the single greatest challenge to small businesses and how those challenges may be addressed. Provide specific examples to support your response. Working capital is defined as assets that are needed to carry out the normal operations of a business, which would be current assets. These current assets include cash, marketable securities, accounts receivable and inventory. Explain how small businesses manage these assets
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Statistic Petroliam Nasional Berhad which also known as Petronas was incorporated on 17 August 1974 as the national oil company of Malaysia to own and control of the petroleum resources in the country. Petronas has grown into a fully integrated oil and gas corporation in Malaysia. In 2010, Petronas has ranked 107 in the FORTUNE Global 500 largest corporations in the world. Petronas revenue, profit and assets has grows rapidly and tremendously for the past 10 years. Besides that, Petronas also
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(1 ( 0.60)[1.96/0.05]2. 61. 97, found by [(1.96 ( 500)/100]2. 63. a. 708.13, rounded up to 709, found by 0.21(1 ( 0.21)[1.96/0.03]2. b. 1068, found by 0.50(0.50)(1.96/0.03)2. 65. Between .573 and .653, found by [pic]. Yes, because even the lower limit of the confidence interval is above .500. 67. Between 12.69 and 14.11, found by [pic] 69. Answers are from MegaStat a. |Descriptive statistics
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Abstract A brief overview of the roles and responsibilities of mangers and leadership traits needed and utilized in the healthcare industry. The outline will describe the four major roles of managers, the functions of responsibility, the need for specific roles of management in healthcare, and the outcome of understanding how these ideals will enable me as a student, to transition into an effective leader in the healthcare setting. Managerial Roles The roles of managers and workers are
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chooses 60 students and gives each 2 tests: one given after 2 hours’ sleep and one after 8 hours’ sleep. The test the researcher should use would be a related samples test. True 6. A statistics professor wanted to test whether the grades on a statistics test were the same for upper and lower classmen. The professor took a random sample of size 10 from each, conducted a test and found out that the variances were equal. For this situation, the professor should use a t test with
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Managerial gap Escalator Hybrid The Managerial Escalator can be described as a concept that can be used to explain how different specialists can become managers. Specialists can be hired to carry out specialist activities, in most cases it is considered that a specialist will gradually gain experience in supervising. Following an assured amount of time it is considered that the specialist could be promoted, this could be between 1 to 5 years and in many different organisations or
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1. A US National Public Transportation survey taken few years ago in USA indicated that less than 5% of US citizens use public transportation. Collect secondary data from several websites of U.S. Departments of Transportation, US Census Bureau etc. to test this hypothesis from the survey. Write a short essay to explain the data. * Solution: Table of public transportation for workers 16 years old and over (2011) States | | Population | Used public trans | New York | 9,369,306
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Statistic 145 Instructor’s at University Heights College approval ratings are as follows: Ms. Green 90%, Mr. White 50% and Mr. Brown 95%. Each instructor teaches three classes each semester. There have been twenty different instructors in the last nine years. In University Heights College on an average 40% Female, 20% African American and 30% of University Heights College population are believed to have poor math skills. I believe Ms. Green had a higher approval rating cause she purchased a
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population explosion. There were also 4.6% in 1997, 4.7% in 2001 and in 2005, and 4.8% in 2006 respectively. Resource: U.S. Department of Transportation Research and Innovative Technology Administration Bureau of Transportation Statistics National Transportation Statistics http://www.bts.gov/publications/national_transportation_statistics/2010/html/table_01_38.html Question 2: Multiple Regressions We take the data from OSEVEN Company (www.oseven.vn) The result of the Regression for the
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Bottling Company Case Study Introduction to Statistics: MAT 300 6/7/2014 Recently customers have begun to complain that the bottles of the brand of soda produced in this company contains less than the advertised 16 ounces of product. I have pulled 30 bottles of soda and am calculating the mean, median, standard deviation, constructing a 95% confidence interval and conducting a hypothesis test to verify the claim that a bottle contains less than 16 ounces is supported. The first set of
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STATEMENT OF PROBLEM: The study aims to understand the different cause of computer games addiction and manage their time on study and playing games. Specifically this study seeks to answer this following questions: 1. What are the cause of computer games addiction as perceived by the students? 2. What are the advantages and disadvantages of being addicted to computer games? 3. What are the proposed ways to eradicate computer games addiction
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QUESTION 1 (20 MARKS) a. Discuss the difference between a statistic and a parameter. (2 marks) Statistic: numerical value summarizing all data of a sample, therefore characteristic of the sample. (1m) Parameter: numerical value summarizing all data of a population, therefore characteristic of the population. (1m) b. State whether the following statement is true or false. (6 marks) i. Eye color would be an example of
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1.22 a.all U.S cats b 1. categorical 2. categorical 3. numerical,it is discrete 4. categorical c 1.where cat food is primarily purchased? 2.whether dry or moist cat food is purchased? 3.whether the cat is pedigreed 4.which cat food brand you uasually purchase? 5.would you want to try another new brand? d 1.the number of cats living in the household? 2.how often do you purchase cat food in one month? 3.how many kilograms of cat food
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Applied Statistical Methods Larry Winner Department of Statistics University of Florida February 23, 2009 2 Contents 1 Introduction 1.1 Populations and Samples . . . . . . . . . . . 1.2 Types of Variables . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1.2.1 Quantitative vs Qualitative Variables 1.2.2 Dependent vs Independent Variables . 1.3 Parameters and Statistics . . . . . . . . . . . 1.4 Graphical Techniques . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1.5 Basic Probability . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1.5.1
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Managerial Accounting Notes Comparison of Financial and Managerial Accounting Managerial accounting is concerned with providing information to managers—that is, the people inside an organization who direct and control its operations. In contrast, financial accounting is concerned with providing information to stockholders, creditors, and others who are outside the organization. Accounting Recording, Estimating, Organizing, Summarizing (Financial and Operational Data) Financial Accounting
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Cavaliers. Having been able to win the championship game last year, the Golden State Warriors are again on the run towards becoming this year’s champion. Trailing behind them is the team famously led by Lebron James which is the Cleveland Cavaliers. The data further shows the statistics and points made by each team and their corresponding average points. Table I. Statistic records of Golden State Warriors and Cleveland Cavaliers Date | Score ( Golden State Warriors) | SCORE( Cleveland Cavaliers
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Managerial Economics & Economic Concepts run at least one input is fixed (all others being variable), and the usual factor of production that is fixed is capital (the firm's buildings, machines, and other fixed assets). Because capital is fixed in the short run, all the costs associated with capital are called fixed costs. In the short run the firm can, in essence, ignore those costs: they will be incurred irrespective of how many units are produced. The costs that change in the short
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Statistics in Business Statistics is defined by Merriam-Webster as a branch of math dealing with the collection, analysis, interpretation and presentation of masses of numerical data; or a collection of quantitative data (Statistics, n.d.). Statistics is all around us. Everything from our actions, to our purchases, to even sports involve the collection, analysis, interpretation and presentation of data. There are two types of statistics. One type is called, descriptive statistics, which
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