**Topic:**
Homework problems for Confidence Intervals (Statistics)

**Details:**
This is a collection of a handful of statistics problems that ask for Confidence intervals. Specifically, this is broken up 3 ways: Confidence interval for mean (sigma known), Confidence interval for mean (sigma unknown), and proportion.
There are many...
**Tags:**
statistics, analysis, confidence interval, alpha

**Topic:**
Simple Excel calculator to compute: Confidence intervals, Hypothesis Tests, and sample size

**Details:**
One of the biggest complaints about a statistics course (obviously, there are many complaints) is the tedious work of entering the same equation over and over (and over and over). This Calculator will take away a lot of that tedious work associated with a...
**Tags:**
Statistics, Confidence Interval, Hypothesis testing, test statistic, z, t distribution

**Topic:**
Statistics, Testing, Regression

**Details:**
Hypothesis Testing
1. The MBA department is concerned that dual degree students may be receiving lower grades than the regular MBA students. Two independent random samples have been selected 250 observations from population 1 (dual degree students) a...
**Tags:**
Linear Regression, T-Test, Z-Test

**Topic:**
Statistics

**Details:**
Statistical Concepts:
• Using MINITAB
• Graphics
• Shapes of Distributions
• Descriptive Statistics
• Empirical Rule
Data in MINITAB
? MINITAB is a powerful, yet user-friendly, data analysis software package. You can launch MINITAB by finding ...
**Tags:**
Math221, Statistics for Decision Making, Lab

**Topic:**
Assignment uses Minitab to create figures and frequencies

**Details:**
These files are solutions to Math221: Statistics for Decision Making Week4 lab.
These were done for the Spring 2012 Semester, and the data hasn't changed significantly.
**Tags:**
Math221, Statistics for Decision Making, Lab

**Topic:**
Assignment uses Minitab for confidence Intervals

**Details:**
Solutions for Math221 Week6 Lab. Done for the Spring 2012 Semester and the data hasn't changed in 2 years. Normally gets a 95%-100% depending on the teacher grading. You are advised to change the wording of the solutions.
**Tags:**
Math221, Statistics for Decision Making, Lab

**Topic:**
Weekly Discussion Posts

**Details:**
This is a collection Math221 “Statistics for Decision Making” Discussion posts. This class is set up as a 8-week class where in the first 7-weeks you must post 3 discussion posts. These posts should be viewed as the ‘initial’ posts for each week. Norma...
**Tags:**
Math221, Statistics for Decision Making, Discussions

**Topic:**
Applied Managerial Decision Making

**Details:**
The exam was as follows:
MGMT 600 – APPLIED MANAGERIAL DECISION MAKING
FINAL EXAMINATION
In completing this exam, you have a choice: EITHER (1) Answer any four questions OR (2) Answer any three questions and attach a copy (not a link, a copy) of...
**Tags:**
Applied Managerial Decision making, final examination, statistics exam

**Topic:**
linear regression

**Details:**
Calculate the mean yearly value using the average gas prices by month found in the “Final Project Data Set.”
Using the years as your x-axis and the annual mean as your y-axis, create a
scatterplot and a linear regression line.
Answer the following ...
**Tags:**
linear regression, statistics, scatter plot, slope intercept

**Topic:**
Regression Analysis in Excel using two variables

**Details:**
The project requirements were as follows:
Project Requirements – Fall 2011 – Due: November 22, 2011
Business Statistics with Computer Applications II (MS 3043)
1. Go to this site: [link removed]
2. Determine which one of the three variables you want ...
**Tags:**
Business Statistics, Computer Applications, MS 3043, Regression Analysis, Excel, two variables