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Distribution...**Distribution** Introduction: **Distribution** strategies play an important role in the success of a business organization in a competitive environment. Most business enterprises find themselves in such an environment, as a result of globalization. Ford Motor Co. is one of the world’s largest automobile manufacturer’s. To remain successful in the competitive automobile manufacturing sector, it needs to be imaginative in its **distribution** strategies.
Innovative **Distribution** Strategy in the Automobile Industry:
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The distribution, size and frequency of charitable donations from individual givers are solely dependent on their, largely static, personal values. Therefore, there is little that a charity can do to attempt to increase its share of donor revenue fro...The **distribution**, size and **frequency** of charitable donations from individual givers are solely dependent on their, largely static, personal values. Therefore, there is little that a charity can do to attempt to increase its share of donor revenue from the general public
Table of Contents
Part 1 3
Introduction 3
Donation is an activity of pro-social behaviour, altruism and benevolence 4
Why do individual donate? 5
Conclusion 6
Part 2 7
References 9
Part 1
Introduction
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Frequency Distributions...salaries are summarized in the **frequency** **distribution** below.
Salary
Number of Employees
5,001–10,000
8
10,001–15,000
12
15,001–20,000
20
20,001–25,000
17
25,001–30,000
13
a. Find the standard deviation.
b. Find the variance.
Ans: standard deviation is 1.252
Variance is 1.568
6. Calculate the mean and variance of the data. Show and explain your steps. Round to the nearest tenth.
14, 16, 7, 9, 11, 13, 8, 10
Ans: Mean is 11 and Variance is 8.5.
The steps are shown below:
a) calculate the mean i.e sum(all obsv)/no.of obsv.
(14+16+7+9+11+13+8+10) / 8
b) calculate ( obsv-mean )^2 as shown below
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