## Answers only (no work) statistics

58. Use the following information. Two cyclists are comparing the variances of their overall paces going uphill. Each cyclist records his or her speeds going up 35 hills. The first cyclist has a variance of 23.8 and the second cyclist has a variance of 32.1. The cyclists want to see if their variances are the same or different.

At the 5% significance level, what can we say about the cyclists’ variances?

60. Suppose a group is interested in determining whether teenagers obtain their drivers licenses at approximately the same average age across the country. Suppose that the following data are randomly collected from five teenagers in each region of the country. The numbers represent the age at which teenagers obtained their drivers licenses.

Northeast                   South                West                 Central              East

16.3                              16.9                     16.4               16.2                    17.1

16.1                           16.5                      16.5                   16.6                 17.2

16.4                           16.4                      16.6                  16.5                  16.6

16.5                          16.2                    16.1                         16.4             16.8

x ¯

= ________ ________ ________ ________ ________

s2 = ________ ________ ________ ________ ________

State the hypotheses.

H0: ____________

Ha: ____________

62. H0: μ1 = μ2 = μ3 = μ4 = μ5

Hα: At least any two of the group means μ1, μ2, …, μ5 are not equal.

degrees of freedom – denominator: df(denom) = ________

68. Eliminate one magazine type that you now feel has a mean length different from the others. Redo the hypothesis test, testing that the remaining three means are statistically the same. Use a new solution sheet. Based on this test, are the mean lengths for the remaining three magazines statistically the same?

Home decorating              news                 health                       computer

172                                       87                          82                               104

286                                       94                      153                                 136

163                                    123                       87                                    98

205                                  106                          103                               207

197                                  101                          96                                146

70. Are the means for the final exams the same for all statistics class delivery types? Table 13.25 shows the scores on final exams from several randomly selected classes that used the different delivery types.

Online                  Hybrid                  Face-to-Face

72                        83                                 80

84                          73                               78

77                         84                                   84

80                         81                                  81

81                                                              86

79

82

72. Are the mean numbers of daily visitors to a ski resort the same for the three types of snow conditions? Suppose that Table 13.27 shows the results of a study.

1,210                        2,107                                       2,846

1,080                       1,149                                        1,638

1,537                    862                                               2,019

941                        1,870                                           1,178

1,528                    2,233

1,382

74. DDT is a pesticide that has been banned from use in the United States and most other areas of the world. It is quite effective, but persisted in the environment and over time became seen as harmful to higher-level organisms. Famously, egg shells of eagles and other raptors were believed to be thinner and prone to breakage in the nest because of ingestion of DDT in the food chain of the birds.

An experiment was conducted on the number of eggs (fecundity) laid by female fruit flies. There are three groups of flies. One group was bred to be resistant to DDT (the RS group). Another was bred to be especially susceptible to DDT (SS). Finally there was a control line of non-selected or typical fruitflies (NS). Here are the data:

RS          SS       NS        RS          SS        NS

12.8     38.4     35.4     22.4      23.1      22.6

76. Three students, Linda, Tuan, and Javier, are given five laboratory rats each for a nutritional experiment. Each rat’s weight is recorded in grams. Linda feeds her rats Formula A, Tuan feeds his rats Formula B, and Javier feeds his rats Formula C. At the end of a specified time period, each rat is weighed again and the net gain in grams is recorded.

13.1

Linda’s rats             Tuan’s rats             Javier’s rats

43.5                           47.0                              51.2

39.4                         40.5                                40.9

41.3                        38.9                                37.9

46.0                       46.3                                 45.0

38.2                       44.2                                 48.6

78. Examine practice laps 3 and 4. Determine whether or not the variance in lap time is statistically the same for those practice laps. Look at chart above 13.1

80. Which two magazine types do you think have different variances in length?

home decorating           news              health               computer

172                                    87                     82                      104

286                                    94                      153                   136

163                                    123                     87                      98

205                                  106                     103                     207

197                                101                      96                        146

BOOK1:

10. If an experiment is conducted with 5 conditions and 6 subjects in each

condition, what are dfn and dfe?

26. Give the source and df columns of the ANOVA summary table for the following experiments:

a. Twenty two subjects are each tested on a simple reaction time task and on a

b. Twelve male and 12 female subjects are each tested under three levels of

drug dosage: 0 mg, 10 mg, and 20 mg.

c. Twenty subjects are tested on a motor learning task for three trials a day for

two days.

d. An experiment is conducted in which depressed people are either assigned to

a drug therapy group, a behavioral therapy group, or a control group. Ten subjects are assigned to each group. The level of measured once a month for four months

28. (AT) The dataset ADHD Treatment has four scores per subject. a. Is the design

between-subjects or within-subjects? b. Create an ANOVA summary table

## Memo of no more than 1,050 words

Management Behavior

esources: InterClean Scenario and Ch. 1–4 of Managing Human Resources

Consider the following scenario:

Imagine you are a midlevel sales manager at InterClean, Inc., responsible for 3 first-level managers. In response to a merger that is about to take place with EnviroTech, you have been given the task of drafting a memo to your supervisory team on the importance of managerial behavior.

Write a memo of no more than 1,050 words that includes the following:

• An explanation of how a manager’s behavior can affect the productivity of his or her workers
• A description of the types of management actions that comply with employment laws and those that do not
• A description of some best practices for working with a diverse work environment

APA format

## Adult offender matrix | Law homework help

When looking at various assessment and diagnostic techniques, an individual must know how to accurately classify offenders. The best way to get this experience is by completing the Adult Offender Matrix. The purpose of the matrix is to assess both the types of crime and offender.

Complete the Adult Offender Matrix linked below by placing an x in the appropriate cells. Write a 1-page summary explaining why you made the decisions for your offense classifications.

Assignment Guidelines:

## I need a a 3- 5 paper wrtten for ifsm 311 enterprise architecture

Intro-duction

5 Points

A sophisticated introduction sets the stage for the paper.

4 Points

A well-written introduction sets the stage for the paper.

3.5 Points

The introduction adequately sets the stage for the paper.

3 Points

The introduction does not adequately set the stage for the paper.

0-2 Points

No introduction included.

5

Explana-tion of Enterprise Architec-ture

13-15 Points

Explanation is brief but clear; is complete enough to set the stage for the paper; and demonstrates a sophisticated understanding of course concepts.

12 Points

Explanation is brief but clear; is complete enough to set the stage for the paper; and demonstrates a good understanding of course concepts.

10-11 Points

Explanation is adequately clear and sufficiently complete to set the stage for the paper, and demonstrates an adequate understanding of course concepts.

9 Points

Explanation may be only somewhat clear or complete; may or may not demonstrate an adequate understanding of course concepts.

0-8 Points

Explanation is not included or little effort is demonstrated.

15

EA Support to SDLC Phases:

The explanation of how EA enables each of the SDLC phases below, how it fits into the phase, and what unique qualities or capabilities EA contributes to each is thorough, clearly explained, uses sophisticated writing, and correctly relates EA to the phases; demonstrates a sophisticated level of understanding of course concepts, analysis, critical thinking, and synthesis.

The explanation of how EA enables each of the SDLC phases below, how it fits into the phase, and what unique qualities or capabilities EA contributes to each is complete, clearly explained, and correctly relates EA to the phases; demonstrates a high level of understanding of course concepts, analysis, critical thinking, and synthesis.

The explanation of how EA enables each of the SDLC phases below, and how it fits into the phase, and what unique qualities or capabilities EA contributes to each is presented, and correctly relates EA to the phases; demonstrates an adequate understanding of course concepts, analysis, and critical thinking.

The explanation of how EA enables each of the SDLC phases below, and how it fits into the phase, and what unique qualities or capabilities EA contributes to each may be partially complete, may be only somewhat clearly explained and/or may only somewhat correctly relate EA to the phases; and/or may not demonstrate an adequate understanding of course concepts, analysis, and critical thinking.

Explanation of how EA enables the SDLC phases is missing or shows little effort.

(see below)

External Research

9-10 Points

More than two scholarly sources other than the class resources are incorporated and used effectively, contextualized, appropriately researched and supported, and synthesized with original arguments. Sources used are credible, relevant, and timely.  Proper APA style is used for citations and references.

8 Points

More than two scholarly sources other than the class resources are incorporated and used effectively, appropriately researched and supported, and support original arguments. Sources used are credible, relevant, and timely.  Proper APA style is used for citations and references.

7 Points

Two scholarly sources other than the class resources are properly incorporated and used.  Uses APA format for references and citations.

6 Points

Two or fewer sources other than the class resources may be used; may not be scholarly sources; may not be properly incorporated or used to support arguments; may rely too heavily on the reporting of external sources, and/or are not effective or appropriate; and/or are not credible, relevant, or timely. May not use APA format.

0-5 Points

No external research is incorporated or reference listed is not cited within text.

10

Format

9-10 Points

Paper reflects effective organization and sophisticated writing; follows instructions provided; is written in third person; uses correct structure, grammar, and spelling; double- spaced and presented in a professional format using Word.

8 Points

Paper reflects effective organization; follows instructions provided; is written in third person; has few errors in sentence structure, grammar, and spelling; double-spaced, and presented in a professional format.

7 Points

Paper has some organization; may have some errors in sentence structure, grammar and spelling. Is double spaced and written in third person.

6 Points

Paper is not well organized, and/or contains several grammar and/or spelling errors; and/or is not double-spaced and written in third person.

0-5 Points

Paper is extremely poorly written, has many grammar and/or spelling errors, or does not convey the information.

10

## Boehm corporation has had stable earnings growth of 8% a year for the

FIN 534 – HOMEWORK SET #5

Use the following information for Questions 1 and 2:

Boehm Corporation has had stable earnings growth of 8% a year for the past 10 years and in 2013 Boehm paid dividends of \$2.6 million on net income of \$9.8 million. However, in 2014 earnings are expected to jump to \$12.6 million, and Boehm plans to invest \$7.3 million in a plant expansion. This one – time unusual earnings growth won’t be maintained, though, and after 2014 Boehm will return to its previous 8% earnings growth rate. Its target debt ratio is 35%.

Calculate Boehm’s total dividends for 2014 under each of the following policies:

1.       (a)   Its 2014 dividend payment is set to force dividends to grow at the long – run growth rate in earnings.

(b) It continues the 2013 dividend payout ratio.

2. (a) It uses a pure residual policy with all distributions in the form of dividends (35% of the \$7.3 million investment is financed with debt).

(b) It employs a regular – dividend – plus – extras policy, with the regular dividend being based on the long-run growth rate and the extra dividend being set according to the residual policy.

Use the following information for Questions 3 and 4:

Schweser Satellites Inc. produces satellite earth stations that sell for \$100,000 each. The firm’s fixed costs, F, are \$2 million, 50 earth stations are produced and sold each year, profits total \$500,000, and the firm’s assets (all equity financed) are \$5 million. The firm estimates that it can change its production process, adding \$4 million to investment and \$500,000 to fixed operating costs. This change will (1) reduce variable costs per unit by \$10,000 and (2) increase output by 20 units, but (3) the sales price on all units will have to be lowered to \$95,000 to permit sales of the additional output. The firm has tax loss carryforwards that render its tax rate zero, its cost of equity is 16%, and it uses no debt.

3.       What is the incremental profit? To get a rough idea of the project’s profitability, what is the project’s expected rate of return for the next year (defined as the incremental profit divided by the investment)? Should the firm make the investment? Why or why not?

4.       Would the firm’s break-even point increase or decrease if it made the change?

## Process improvement methodologies mode | Operations Management homework help

 Week 2 – Assignment 1 Define the Current State

Process Improvement Methodologies Mode

This week you will select a process improvement project to work on during this course. There are four parts to this mini-project that students will do throughout this course (read all four parts due Week 2, 4, 6, and 8  In the Course Materials section  there is a file with all 4 parts to easily print

In week two you will do assignment 1 define the current state.

You should select something at work (i.e. a process or quality issue that can be pursued to help grow your career) or it may be something that will simply make your life easier at home (i.e. getting ready in the morning/evening for work, cooking a meal, etc.).

I am not going to go through all the parts of Assignment one they are in week 2’s dropbox.  But here are some hints to get a better grade.  Select a project that you have control over all the parts.  Read the assignment carefully and do not skip any parts.  Be particularly careful with part 4 map the process and the lessons learned.  Most students stumble on these parts.

1

4.      Map Process – Select any of the mapping tools covered in your textbook, supplemental articles, or lecture in the Week 2 lesson. This map of your selected process should be detailed enough that others could follow your process and have the same result or output as you.

a.       Identify the outputs and customers for the process.

b.      Identify inputs and suppliers for the process.

c.       Map the tasks and decisions needed to transform the inputs into the outputs for the process.

d.      Define customer expectations for performance for this process (translate these goals and objectives into measureable metrics for the process). Include what the current metrics or measures of performance are operating at for this process. Students must have at least 3 metrics or measures for their process.

5.      Verify Accuracy – Walk through the process definition, map, and metrics with other process owners or stakeholders relative to your selected process. Explain how this process was verified and updated from their feedback.

6.      Identify Lessons Learned – Include challenges and experiences while doing this assignment. Generalize what you learned for use in later process improvement projects.

).  This submission should be in APA format with all references cited appropriately (please see example paper (Assignment 1), furtherexamples are in the lesson action items

There is an example on the attachment

Full project is on the second attachment .

## Strategic lenses and levels of strategy/ pestel / bowman’s strategy

QUESTION 1 on STRATEGIC LENSES AND LEVELS OF STRATEGY

Evaluate the importance of aligning strategy among the levels of an organisation. In your evaluation, critically examine how the strategic lenses of an organisation may or may not affect the degree of alignment among levels. Be sure to support your claims with specific references to the Learning Resources and your prior experience.In formulating your answer, consider the following questions:

• What challenges do organisations face when crafting strategy?
• How do operational and strategic issues manifest themselves at different levels of an organisation?

QUESTION 2 on PESTEL

Use two dimensions of the PESTEL (political, economic, sociocultural, technological, environmental, and legal) framework and in a 500 words post, evaluate the macro-environment of a company you are familiar with.

QUESTION 3 on BOWMAN’S STRATEGY CLOCK

By using the Bowman’s Strategy Clock critically analyse the competitive position of a company of your choice.

Submission by Friday, 12 March, 2020 by 11:59 pm (23:59 hours) time on the due date at the latest.

ANSWER EACH QUESTION in an approximately 500-word response (+/- 10%)

## Case study for strategic management | business 525

Please read the case that was attached provide at least six (6) peer-reviewed resources in support of your arguments. The paper has to be in APA format, 4 pages.

● What competitive advantages do you believe Starbucks seeks to establish? What are the main challenges the firm faces as it tries to maintain the advantage or advantages you identified?

● Please research about Starbucks Inc. and identify three or four capabilities you believe Starbucks possesses. Please explain your opinion if any of these capabilities are considered as core competence and justify your reasoning.

● Starbucks’ mission is “To inspire and nurture the human spirit—one person, one cup and one neighborhood at a time.” According to your research and (may be personal experience as well) what actions do you recommend the firm take to reach this mission?

● Please read about Starbucks’ new chief executive officer Kevin Johnson. Do you believe he is a strategic leader? What would be your recommendations to the CEO in terms of challenges he is facing in strategic management?

## Strengths and Weaknesses of the DSM-5

Though the DSM-5 is the standard manual for mental illness diagnoses, it is not without weakness. In this Assignment, you analyze the strengths and limitations of the DSM-5 diagnostic system, and you differentiate between normal behavior and diagnosable symptoms using the concepts of dimensionality and spectrum.

To prepare: Review the concept of the dimensional approach with the DSM-5 and review the methods that the DSM-5 recommends to individualize where a person fits on a continuum of their illness in terms of subtypes, severity, and functional impairments. You will find these classifications in different parts of the manual and begin to be comfortable looking through it.

Next, imagine the following scenario:You are a school social worker who has been asked to address a parent-teacher association meeting. Many parents in the audience have children who have been identified for special education services. They are confused about how to understand the diagnoses they are seeing. Others have worries about over diagnosis. You have been advised that while these parents are generally well-informed, many don’t understand the dimensional or spectrum aspects. All are worried.
You will start with your introductory talk to the parents on these factors. After you provide your explanation, imagine that you open the meeting to questions. You will address the question noted below that is posed by a parent in the audience. Consider your audience, and practice explaining in terms a non-professional might understand.

• 1. Briefly describe what the DSM-5 is and how it is organized. In your description, define the concepts of spectrum and dimensionality as explained by Paris and in the DSM-5 introduction.
• 2. Explain why social workers and mental health professionals use diagnoses and what receiving a diagnosis means (and does not mean).
• 3. Explain general concerns about the risks of  and misdiagnosis versus not diagnosing. Also explain how diagnosis is connected to services.
• 4. Explain other details that might help your audience understand the strengths and weaknesses of the diagnostic system.
• 2.Provide a response to the following parental questions:
• My teenager’s best friend died by suicide this year. It’s been months, and she doesn’t seem over it. Her teachers tell me she should get help for depression, but I think it’s just grief. She talks about her friend all the time and gets very upset. I am worried about her. Is it normal for her to still be feeling this way? I don’t want to put her on medication for normal feelings. What is the difference between grief and depression?

## Altered physiology | Nursing homework help

With a place squarely in the spotlight for patients diagnosed with all manner of disease, APRNs must demonstrate not only support and compassion but the expertise to guide patients’ understanding of diagnoses and treatment plans.

This expertise goes beyond an understanding of disease and sciences, such as cellular pathophysiology. APRNs must become experts in their patients, understanding their medical backgrounds, pertinent characteristics, and other variables that can be factored in their diagnoses and treatments.

Develop a 3- to 4-page case study analysis in which you:

• Explain why you think the patient presented the symptoms described.
• Identify the genes that may be associated with the development of the disease.
• Explain the process of immunosuppression and the effect it has on body systems.

McCance, K. L. & Huether, S. E. (2019). Pathophysiology: The biologic basis for disease in adults and children (8th ed.). St. Louis, MO: Mosby/Elsevier.

• Chapter 1: Cellular Biology; Summary Review
• Chapter 2: Altered Cellular and Tissue Biology:      Environmental Agents(pp. 46-61; begin again with Manifestations of      Cellular Injury pp. 83-97); Summary Review
• Chapter 3: The Cellular Environment: Fluids and Electrolytes,      Acids, and Bases,
• Chapter 4: Genes and Genetic Diseases (stop at Elements      of formal genetics); Summary Review
• Chapter 5: Genes, Environment-Lifestyle, and Common      Diseases (stop at Genetics of common diseases); Summary Review
• Chapter 7: Innate Immunity: Inflammation and Wound      Healing
• Chapter 8: Adaptive Immunity (stop at Generation of      clonal diversity); Summary Review
• Chapter 9: Alterations in Immunity and Inflammation      (stop at Deficiencies in immunity); Summary Review
• Chapter 10: Infection (stop at Infectious parasites and      protozoans); (start at HIV); Summary Review
• Chapter 11: Stress and Disease (stop at Stress, illness      & coping); Summary Review
• Chapter 12: Cancer Biology (stop at Resistance to      destruction); Summary Review
• Chapter 13: Cancer Epidemiology (stop at      Environmental-Lifestyle factors); Summary Review

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