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For some positive value of Z, the probability that a standard normal variable is between 0 and Z is 0.3770. The value of Z is

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[removed]0.18.

[removed]0.81.

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True or False: A worker earns $15 per hour at a plant and is told that only 2.5% of all workers make a higher wage. If the wage is assumed to be normally distributed and the standard deviation of wage rates is$5 per hour, the average wage for the plant is $7.50 per hour. Select one: [removed]True [removed]False Question 3 Not yet answered Marked out of 1.00 [removed]Flag question Question text The owner of a fish market has an assistant who has determined that the weights of catfish are normally distributed, with mean of 3.2 pounds and standard deviation of 0.8 pound. What percentage of samples of 4 fish will have sample means between 3.0 and 4.0 pounds? Select one: [removed]84% [removed]67% [removed]29% [removed]16% Question 4 Not yet answered Marked out of 1.00 [removed]Flag question Question text True or False: If the amount of gasoline purchased per car at a large service station has a population mean of$15 and a population standard deviation of $4 and a random sample of 4 cars is selected, there is approximately a 68.26% chance that the sample mean will be between$13 and $17. Select one: [removed]True [removed]False Question 5 Not yet answered Marked out of 1.00 [removed]Flag question Question text The t distribution Select one: [removed]assumes the population is normally distributed. [removed]approaches the normal distribution as the sample size increases. [removed]has more area in the tails than does the normal distribution. [removed]All of the above. 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Select one: [removed]True [removed]False Question 9 Not yet answered Marked out of 1.00 [removed]Flag question Question text What do we mean when we say that a simple linear regression model is ‘statistically’ useful? Select one: [removed]All the statistics computed from the sample make sense. [removed]The model is an excellent predictor of Y. [removed]The model is ‘practically’ useful for predicting Y. [removed]The model is a better predictor of Y than the sample mean. Question 10 Not yet answered Marked out of 1.00 [removed]Flag question Question text Which of the following statements about the method of exponential smoothing is not true? Select one: [removed]It gives greater weight to more recent data. [removed]It can be used for forecasting. [removed]It uses all earlier observations in each smoothing calculation. [removed]It gives greater weight to the earlier observations in the series. 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Information [removed]Flag question Information text The data below represents the amount of grams of carbohydrates in a sample serving of breakfast cereal.  10 18 24 30 19 22 24 20 18 25 20 22 19 Question 12 Not yet answered Marked out of 1.00 [removed]Flag question Question text The coefficient of variation for this data would be Answer[removed]%. Answer should be consistent with examples in your Levine et al. text and be between one or two decimal places e.g. 12.3 or 12.34 etc. Please do NOT include units (%) in your answer. Information [removed]Flag question Information text In a local cellular phone area, company A accounts for 70% of the cellular phone market, while company B accounts for the remaining 30% of the market. Of the cellular calls made with company A, 2% of the calls will have some sort of interference, while 3% of the cellular calls with company B will have interference. 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Answer should be between two and four decimal places e.g. 1.23, 1.234, 1.2345 etc. Please do NOT include any units in your answer. Question 15 Not yet answered Marked out of 1.00 [removed]Flag question Question text What would be your decision if a hypothesis test was conducted on this problem with the null hypothesis given as H0 : µ ≥ 2 and the alternate hypothesis given as H1 < 2? Select one: [removed]Reject H0 at the 10%, 5% and 1% level of significance. [removed]Reject H0 at the 10% and 5% level of significance but do not reject H0 at the 1% level of significance. [removed]Reject H0 at the 10% level of significance but do not reject H0 at the 5% or 1% level of significance. [removed]Do not reject H0 at either the 10%, 5% or 1% level of significance. Information [removed]Flag question Information text Refer to the following table which contains the sales (in$,000) for a department store for the first ten months of the year.

 Month Sales January 440 February 480 March 590 April 400 May 500 June 550 July 470 August 500 September 600 October 520

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Using a three period moving average (i.e. MA(3)) as a forecasting method, what is the MAPE for this forecasting model Answer[removed]%

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Using simple exponential smoothing (with a smoothing constant of 0.2) as a forecasting method, what is the MAPE for this forecast model Answer[removed]%?

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The ordered list below resulted from taking a sample of 25 batches of 500 computer chips and determining how many in each batch were defective.

Defects

1, 2, 4, 4, 5, 5, 6, 7, 9, 10, 12, 12, 14, 17, 20, 21, 23, 23, 24, 26, 27, 27, 28, 29, 29

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If a frequency distribution for the defects data is constructed, using ‘0 but less than 5’ as the first class, what would be the relative frequency of the ‘10 but less than 15’ class Answer[removed]%?

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A manufacturer of power tools claims that the average amount of time required to assemble their top-of-the-line table saw is fifty (50) minutes with a standard deviation of forty (40) minutes (the very large standard deviation is due to a variety of factors including a large variation in skills amongst the ‘Do it yourself’ home handyman which is traditionally one of the companies customer base). Suppose a random sample of 64 purchasers of this table saw is taken.

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What is the probability that the sample mean will be less than 46 minutes Answer[removed]?

Answer should be to four decimal places which is consistent with the number of decimal places listed in your appendix tables e.g. 0.1234 etc.

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A quality control engineer is interested in the mean length of sheet insulation being cut automatically by machine. The desired length of the insulation is 12 metres. It is known that the standard deviation in the cutting length is 0.15 metres. A sample of 144 cut sheets yield a mean length of 12.14 metres. This sample will be used to obtain a 90% confidence interval for the mean length cut by machine.

What are the two limits of the confidence interval?

Answer should be to four decimal places e.g. 1.2345 and 2.3456.

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An insurance company wishes to examine the relationship between income (in $,000) and the amount of life insurance (in$,000) held by families. The company drew a simple random sample of families and obtained the following results:

 Family Income Amount of life insurance A 40 110 B 80 200 C 110 220 D 80 150 E 80 170 F 120 270 G 60 140 H 100 240 I 60 150 J 90 200

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What is the least squares estimate of the slope?

Answer should be to four decimal places e.g. 1.2345.

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What is the least squares estimate of the Y intercept?

Answer should be to four decimal places e.g. 1.2345.

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What is the prediction for the amount of life insurance for a family whose income is $85,000? Answer should be to four decimal places and be consistent with your original data set, e.g. if your answer was$75,410.90, you would enter 75.4109 as your answer.

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What would be the residual (error) term for a family income of $90,000? Answer should be to four decimal places and be consistent with your original data set e.g. if your answer was$940.90, you would enter 0.9409. If your answer was $9,400.90, you would enter 9.4009 etc. Please do NOT include any units in your answer. Answer:[removed] Information [removed]Flag question Information text International Pictures is trying to decide how to distribute its new movie ‘Claws’. ‘Claws’ is the story of an animal husbandry experiment at the University of Southern Queensland that goes astray, with tragic results. An effort to breed meatier chickens somehow produces an intelligent, 200 kilogram chicken that escapes from the lab and terrorises the campus. In a surprise ending the chicken is befriended by coach Tim Galvano, who teaches it how to play Rugby and help his team win State, National and World Championships. Because of the movie’s controversial nature, it has the potential to be either a smash hit, a modest success, or a total bomb. International is trying to decide whether to release the picture for general distribution initially or to start out with a ‘limited first-run release’ at a few selected theatres, followed by general distribution after 3 months. The company has estimated the following probabilities and conditional profits for ‘Claws’:  PROFITS (Millions of$) Level of success Probability Limited release General distribution Smash .3 22 12 Modest .4 9 8 Bomb .3 –10 –2

International can run sneak previews of ‘Claws’ to get a better idea of the movies’ ultimate level of success. Preview audiences rate movies as either good or excellent. On the basis of past experiences, it was found that 90% of all smash successes were rated excellent (and 10% rated good), 75% of all modest successes were rated excellent (25% rated good) and 40% of all bombs were rated excellent (60% rated good). The cost of running sneak previews is not cheap. Currently, this stands at $1m. Question 25 Not yet answered Marked out of 1.00 [removed]Flag question Question text What is the opportunity loss for a Limited release for a Bomb level of success? Answer should be to whole numbers only. You do not need to put any units in your answer. Answer:[removed] Question 26 Not yet answered Marked out of 1.00 [removed]Flag question Question text What would the optimal action be for International before running the sneak preview? Select one: [removed]Run a limited release with an expected payoff of$7.20m

[removed]Run a limited release with an expected payoff of $6.20m [removed]Run a general distribution with an expected payoff of$7.20m

[removed]Run a general distribution with an expected payoff of $6.20m Question 27 Not yet answered Marked out of 1.00 [removed]Flag question Question text What is the maximum amount of money that International would be prepared to pay for an absolutely reliable forecast of the movies’ level of success? Select one: [removed]$9.6m

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