# Middlesex County College Business Analytics Worksheet

Population and samples and variables

Probability and percentage

Discrete distribution

Binomial distribution

Contingency tables

Mean median mode range standard deviations coefficient variations and Z score

independent/dependent covariance and correlation between x and y

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1.[22 pt.] Compute the following probabilities.
1.1) [7 pt.] 6 cards are drawn from the deck successively at random and without replacement. Let A be the event of two spades appears in the first five draws. Let B be the event
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1.3) (8 pt.] A student is taking a multiple-choice exam in which each question has four choices. Assume that the student has no knowledge of the correct answers to any of the
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2. [39 pt.] Energy drink consumption has continued to gain in popularity since the 1997 debut of Red Bull, the current leader in the energy drink market. Given below are the
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2.2) [6 pt.] Compute the sample variance of the exam scores in each course.
2.3) [7 pt.] Compute the Z score of a new observation, Marketing exam score[58. Is the new observation an outlier?
2.4) [7 pt.] Given the sample dataset, what is the sample covariance between the exam scores of Statistics course and the number of drinks consumed?
2.5) [7 pt.] Given the sample dataset, what is the sample correlation coefficient between the exam scores of Marketing course and the number of drinks consumed?
2.6) [6 pt.] In which course would such energy drinks be more effective in preparing the exam? Also, provide the reason to support your answer.
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3. (19 pt. ] Suppose that we have the following dataset: (2.5, 1.8, 8.5, 3.5, 2.4, 1.6, 3.0, 4.2, 6.0).
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5.2) (2 pt.] Suppose we have the following house price data in the excel sheet. What is the function that does NOT calculate the sample mean of the house price data?
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5.3) [2 pt.] Researchers are concerned that the weight of the average American school child is increasing implying, among other things, that children’s clothing should be
manufactured and marketed in larger sizes. If X is the weight of school children sampled in a nationwide study without rounding, then X is an example of
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