Liberty BUSI 230 Week 2 Review and Exam Answers Complete Solutions
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Government agencies carefully monitor water quality and its effect on wetlands (Reference: Environmental Protection Agency Wetland Report EPA 832-R-93-005). Of particular concern is the concentration of nitrogen in water draining from fertilized lands. Too much nitrogen can kill fish and wildlife. Twenty-eight samples of water were taken at random from a lake. The nitrogen concentration (milligrams of nitrogen per liter of water) was determined for each sample.
(a) Identify the variable.
(b) Is the variable quantitative or qualitative?
(c) What is the implied population?
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Categorize these measurements associated with a robotics company according to level: nominal, ordinal, interval, or ratio.
(a) Salesperson’s performance: below average, average, above average.
(b) Price of company’s stock
(c) Names of new products
(d) Temperature (°F) in CEO’s private office
(e) Gross income for each of the past 5 years
(f) Color of product packaging
The following data represent glucose blood levels (mg/100 ml) after a 12-hour fast for a random sample of 70 women (Reference: American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, Vol. 19, pp. 345-351).
For this problem, use six classes.
(a) Find the class width.
(b) Make a frequency table showing class limits, class boundaries, midpoints, frequencies, relative frequencies, and cumulative frequencies. (Give relative frequencies to 4 decimal places.)
(c) Draw a histogram.
(d) Draw a relative-frequency histogram.
(e) Categorize the basic distribution shape.
(f) Draw an ogive. (Graph each point and the closed line segments connecting the points to create your graph.)
The American Medical Association Center for Health Policy Research included data, by state, on the number of community hospitals and the average patient stay (in days) in its publication State Health Care Data: Utilization, Spending, and Characteristics. The data (by state) are shown in the table.
Make a stem-and-leaf display of the data for the average length of stay in days. (Use the digit(s) to the left of the decimal point as the stem and the digit to the right as the leaf. Enter NONE in any unused answer blanks.)
Average Length of Hospital Stay
Comment about the general shape of the distribution.
Where does all the water go? According to the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), in a typical wetland environment, 40% of the water is outflow; 48% is seepage; 4% evaporates; and 8% remains as water volume in the ecosystem (Reference: United States Environmental Protection Agency Case Studies Report 832-R-93-005). Chloride compounds as residuals from residential areas are a problem for wetlands. Suppose that in a particular wetland environment the following concentrations (mg/l) of chloride compounds were found: outflow, 72.3; seepage, 75.6; remaining due to evaporation, 36.6; in the water volume, 50.2.
(a) Compute the weighted average of chlorine compound concentration (mg/l) for this ecological system. (Round your answer to one decimal place.)