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...? **Quantitative** **methods** Unit **Quantitative** **methods** Research experts argue that **quantitative** research methodology, if used properly can produce valuable scientific research. Before making any arguments and conclusions, I will first define **quantitative** research methodology. **Quantitative** research is the systematic empirical investigation of social phenomena by the use of statistical, mathematical or computational techniques. On the other hand, scientific research is the body of techniques used for investigating phenomena, acquiring new knowledge or rectifying and integrating previous knowledge and information. For a **method** to qualify as a scientific **method**, anchorage of its assertions should be on empirical and measurable evidence... , which is...

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...**Quantitative** **Methods** Introduction Econometrics means measure of economy. Though measurement is involved in econometrics, only that one is not ultimate. The numerical and empirical results obtained from the statistical and mathematical **methods** are used to analyse the economic condition. So according to Damodar. N .Gujarati, econometrics can be defined as social science that uses theory in economics and formulae in statistics and mathematics to analyse the economical phenomenon. 1
Here the integration of logarithm of national 100 index value and the logarithm need to be estimated. The importance of the co integration concept in the economic literature is due to the possibility of linking....

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...QUANTATIVE **METHODS** Table of Contents Difference between **Quantitative** and Qualitative Analysis 3 Why Organizations Use Scientific Approach 5 **Quantitative** Analysis Process 6
What is the Break Even Point (BEP) 7
Describe briefly Steps Used to Develop a Forecasting System 8
Time Series Model 8
Difference between Casual Model and Time Series Model 9
What is a Qualitative Forecasting Model, and when it is Appropriate 9
Delphi Technique 10
Bibliography 12
Difference between **Quantitative** and Qualitative Analysis
Qualitative analysis explores the behavioral experiences and attitudes through the mediums like interviews or that of the focus group. It aims to get into depth of...

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...Task The flow of process through the machine is shown in the figure below. Completion of the process requires completion of four independent tasksA, B, C and D in series. This means all the four components must be working for completion of the task.
Note that the chance of each component not breaking down is 5/6, 6/7, 7/8 and 8/9 respectively:
The chances of these components not breaking down are given below.
Component A P(A) = 5/6
Component B P(B) = 6/7
Component C P(C) = 7/8
Component D P(D) = 8/9
(i) Now let us calculate the probability P of the entire system working simultaneously
P = P(A and B and C and D not Breaking Down)
= P(A)*P(B)*P(C)*P(D)
=
This means the machine is 56% efficient. It means that there is 56... The flow of...

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...solutions if the system is non-linear and linear but consistent and dependent. On the other hand Substitution and elimination provide precise results while equating them
Elimination is apt when the coefficient for one of the variables is (-1) to the coefficient of same variable of the other equation, following example illustrates,
(i) 5x+y=10
(ii) -5x+y=8
Adding (i) & (ii) them will give 2y= 18 and y =9
To solve for ‘x’ put 9 in (i)
5x+9=10
5x= 10-9, 5x=1
x=1/5
Solution ( 1/5, 9)
Substitution is effective, when one of the variables is already solved or given or perhaps easy to solve in a given equation. For instance
(i) x= 2y+5
(ii) 5x+4y=15
Putting the value of ‘x’ in the (ii)
5(2y+5) + 4y =15
10y+25+4y=15
14y=40 ; y=40/14 ; y=...

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...**Quantitative** **Methods** in Sports Psychology of the of the **Quantitative** **Methods** in Sports Psychology Summary This article tests the predictability of Attention Control Theory (ACT) by examining the effect of anxiety on attention control and how this subsequently reacts on performance effectiveness and performance efficiency of a group of elite shotgun shooters.
Type of **Quantitative** Research Conducted
A sample of 16 shotgun shooters was tested under both low anxiety (normal practice) and high anxiety (competitive) conditions. Point of gaze was calculated by a head mounted corneal reflection system, while motion of the gun was captured by using markers placed...

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...**QUANTITATIVE** **METHODS** By I. Problems Part Problem What influences the price of a second hand car?
In statistics, a confounding variable is an unrelated variable in a statistical structure that correlates, inversely or directly, with both the dependent and independent variables. A confounding variable, sometimes known as a mediator variable or a third variable, can adversely influence the correlation between the dependent variable and independent variable (Gravetter and Forzano 2012). This may make the researcher to scrutinize the results wrongly. The results may demonstrate a false correlation between the independent and dependent variables, resulting to an erroneous rejection of the null hypothesis.
In...

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...Elasti of Demand Institution:
Price elasticity of demand is the proportionate change in the quantity demanded of a commodity with respect to change in price of the commodity. It measures a unit change in the amount of a commodity which a consumer buys when the price of such a commodity changes by a unit. Goods whose change in price greatly influences their demand are said to be very elastic while those whose prices do not vary highly with demand are said to be inelastic. Goods with a high elasticity of demand include close substitutes, goods with high necessity, those occupying a large proportion of consumer’s income and those goods with a low switching cost. Substitute goods such as barter and margarine derive the same... of Demand ...

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...Management Info Systems Management Info Systems An application is usually a computer program that is designed in the manner it carries out specific tasks. There are two types of definitions for web application: first is the client/server side. The customer web application executes on the client side during all the resources of pages loads at client side. For the server side application, it runs on central server. The other definition of web applications is the presentation/service oriented applications. Presentation oriented application generates dynamic web pages containing various types of the markup language such as HTML and XML in response to requests (Bidgoli, 2014). The service-oriented application implements the endpoints... Info...

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...and the job opening. For instance, the personality traits of being gregarious and exuberant are more important for a real estate broker than a computer engineer. HR must be able to use the proper assessment techniques that will predict the candidate’s employee-job fit and employee-organization fit.
Which **methods** of job applicant assessment do you feel provide the most useful and/or reliable results? Explain.
I think the **methods** of job applicant assessment that are most useful and/or provide reliable results depend on the job. I believe that, for entry-level jobs, work simulations would be useful in determining if the applicant can truly perform the job. An example is letting a call center job applicant...

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