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Statistics and Regression Model with Forecasting
I need help taking a quiz based on regression models and forecasting. The quiz is 60 minutes long with 15 multiple choice questions however, the questions may require some back end work in excel. A couple of those 15 questions will be true/false as well. I'm attaching a couple of sample homework assignments with the type of work I've done in this course for reference as to the types of questions included in the quiz....
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Random variables and distribution with probabilities
Follow instructions and work on excel spreadsheet regarding it.Statistics 2103 is the course. Some pivot tables will be involved. The assignment should not take too long....
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Work on the following problems using Excel for descriptive statistics.
Calculate descriptive statistic to create a customer profile for each CardioGood Fitness treadmill product line. Also make sure your solution file is uploaded into blackboard in Excel format Write a report to be presented to the management of CardioGood Fitness, detailing your findings. Show all steps in Excel where required sheet for each data set...
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Business Stats and Microsoft Excel Analysis and Journal
4. Plan what you will do for your project. Using the sample data you will calculate and display descriptive statistics, find confidence intervals, and run hypothesis tests. The focus, however, will be the hypothesis tests. A good project will have an overarching theme. For example, you could do a study focused on gender. Then you could analyze how GPA is related to gender or how ideal weight is related to gender, etc. 5. Choose at least four variables to analyze. Use the Excel tools to find descriptive statistics like mean and standard deviation for numerical variables and proportions for categorical variables. Then create at least one frequency table and two graphs that you want to display in the article you will write. The graphs must be of different types. Every statistic, table, and graph must be related to the overall theme of your project. 6. Find at least three confidence intervals using the variables you chose. Report the margin of error as well as the interval. At least two of the confidence intervals must be of different types. Choose confidence intervals that are related to the overall theme of your project. 7. Run at least three hypothesis tests. All three mus...
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Excel Assignment - Statistics for Business
I need help with these questions it is for an assignment, ill attach the details and the excel data (its for statistics for business). Working has to be done on a word doc, with excel screenshots, i just have to get 75%...
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STATISTICS COURSEWORK BUSINESS LOGISTICS
Coursework Statistics Economy. There are 3 exercises. 1. (a) display all this information as a decision tree. (b) Analyse the tree and advise the company, remembering that an organisation can have different attitudes to risk. (c) Discuss briefly the assumptions made in your analysis. 2. (a) Investigate any association between the result of the test and the country in which the driver works. (b) The company has many other depots. Use this sample to calculate a 95% confidence interval for the percentage of drivers in the whole company who are under the legal alcohol limit. 3. (a) Use a spreadsheet to draw a graph of the data. (b) Use exponential smoothing to produce a forecast for Saturday. Referring to your graph, explain briefly why your forecast would not be very reliable. (c) Explain how exponential smoothing responds to a sudden change in the underlying level of the activity described by a time series. Describe the warning signs you would look out for and explain the action you would take to ensure the continued monitoring of the new level of activity....
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Qualititive data and conduct a hypothesis
For this project you will collect at least 10 pairs of qualitative data and conduct a hypothesis test for linear correlation and also give the best predicted value of y for a given value of x. Below is my example:(you can't use my example, you have to come up with your own) I am collecting data to see if there is correlation between a person's age and how many hours they use the phone I will also give the best predicted value for a person who is 40 years old. My data age hours 19 7.3 25 6.5 31 4.6 18 3.2 25 5.2 27 2.9 26 3.7 39 6.5 47 4.1 55 3.9 A)I will test the claim that there is no correlation (start with the Claim and finish with the conclusion) C: H0 HA etc...... B) will give the best estimate for how many hours a person who is 35 years old uses the phone. (make sure to use the write y and x and include the P value in your answer and decide if you will plug in x or find the average of the y's) The P value is (big/small) so I have to (either give the average of the y's or plug in the x into the y-=mx+b) which give me ...... You will be graded on complete answers that are correct. Make sure to includ...
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Data analysis of Kickstarter (crowdfunding) projects
I have a large data set of ~100,000 kickstarter (crowdfunding) projects. The data is already categorized by subject and success/failure of the project. I need someone familiar with statistics software to compile and analyze the data set. -produce relevant charts/graphs and conduct relevant tests to determine which kickstarter projects are most/least successful....
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problems solved on excel and explaining them
Business Statistics Project ( Here is the Professors Directions that was given to us) You are a consultant for the World Bank and you have been assigned a developing country to analyze data for. Open the data by clicking on the tab, project. Go to the Microsoft excel sheet that contains your country data. Please copy and save only your country data to an Excel file with the filename, ,,,, (I opened professors file and copied data and pasted it below) The two variables for your country are time series data and access to electricity (expressed as percentage of the population) and the GDP per capita (Gross Domestic Product divided by the population which tell you the approximately how much income each person has) which adjust for cost of living across countries. You will be submitting 2 files to me: the above excel data file with all of your calculations and graphs and a separate Microsoft word document that answers each question in words. 1. Count the number of years you have data for (this would your sample size, n) Then create a relative frequency table of your GDP per capita variable, after using the 2^k n rule to determine the number of classes (k). Paste the relative fr...
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Business Statistics JMP and Excel Competency Test
This is a JMP & Excel Competency Test, do NOT do problems by hand. Create 4 Word documents, one for each of the 4 problems, with both the output and the answers. Each of these documents should be similar to what we’ve been doing in Computer Deliverables. The following files are to give you an idea as to what will be on the test. I will give you my login info so you can do the actual test on Thursday the 15th Each problem requires showing output (from JMP unless Excel is specified) and most require interpretation of the output. Read each problem carefully making sure to provide both output and answers to the question. The output should be copy and pasted into the Word document. Upload each of the 4 documents to the appropriate problem. Make all pie charts and bar charts using Excel then copy and paste into the Word document. No credit will be assigned if the bar or pie chart is produced in JMP....
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I need someone to be able to answer questions for a test. For Statistics in Business
Business Statistics Needed for 50 minutes between 11:30-12:20 PST April 6th, 2021 Preferably if I could send the question and have an answer texted back. Textbook: Statistics for Management and Economics by G. Keller, 11th or10th edition...
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Stats - Descriptive, Correation, Regression, Inferential, ChiSquare
Download the Statdisk Hypothesis Testing Form from the Forms to use for the Final Exam folder under Week Four before answering the questions for this test. Filling in the form will help you answer the fill in the blank questions. Complete the Statdisk Hypothesis Testing Form. Refer to the Handout, Hypothesis Writing Instructions, in the Week Three Learning Activity 2 folder under Week Three when writing the null and alternate hypotheses. Use StatDisk Online for the calculations. Write the conclusion using the Handout, How to word the one sample statistical conclusion, posted in the Week Three Resources folder under Week Three. Carry all calculations and the answer to 4 decimal places unless otherwise noted. For example, the number "123.0000" has been carried and reported to 4 decimal places. (Yes, trailing zeros count.) Complaints about weekday airline flights not being on time average about 15.17 complaints per month nationwide at all small city airports in the U. S. Since June 2003, a random sample of eight months reveals that the number of complaints regarding weekday flights not being on time at this local airport were: 9,11,12,13,13,14,16,18 What is the null hypothesis? What...
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STATS ASSISTANCE - INFERENTIAL STATS/ DESCRIPTIVE AND CORRELATION & REGRESSION
Download the Statdisk Hypothesis Testing Form from the Forms to use for the Final Exam folder under Week Four before answering the questions for this test. Filling in the form will help you answer the fill in the blank questions. Complete the Statdisk Hypothesis Testing Form. Refer to the Handout, Hypothesis Writing Instructions, in the Week Three Learning Activity 2 folder under Week Three when writing the null and alternate hypotheses. Use StatDisk Online for the calculations. Write the conclusion using the Handout, How to word the one sample statistical conclusion, posted in the Week Three Resources folder under Week Three. Carry all calculations and the answer to 4 decimal places unless otherwise noted. For example, the number "123.0000" has been carried and reported to 4 decimal places. (Yes, trailing zeros count.) Complaints about weekday airline flights not being on time average about 15.17 complaints per month nationwide at all small city airports in the U. S. Since June 2003, a random sample of eight months reveals that the number of complaints regarding weekday flights not being on time at this local airport were: 9,11,12,13,13,14,16,18 What is the null hypothesis? What...
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