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...be forced to exit the industry.
**Question** #**4** In conducting a SWOT analysis, you have now reached the area of the macro external environment. Please discuss the nature and importance of the demographic element in such environment.
Demographic elements consists of a mix of composition of population at large such as age, sex, educational background, tastes, preferences, culture etc. These factors also play a crucial role in influencing the industry trades. The composition of population of the geographical area where the product is targeted or marketed by the businesses also has significant impact on the sale of goods and services offered. For instance, if the population consists of a majority of people...

2 Pages(500 words)Essay

...accordingly.
Objectives:
to find out possible relationships between the bill size and the delay (for a given service providing company).
Create a mathematical equation to predict the date of payment
Hypothesis: The size of the bill correlates with the number of days the payment is late
Methodology
A sample of 96 overdue payments was collected from the company records. This sample consisted of the details of 48 commercial customers and 48 residential customers.
The mean values of the total and sub samples (commercial and residential) were calculated. Regression analysis (linear) was performed using Excel and SPSS **statistical** packages to find out possible correlations between the size of the bill and number of days the...

3 Pages(750 words)Essay

...) The probability that both the dice will display a five each = 1 / 36.
6. The probability of picking up a king and then a queen from the same deck of cards without replacing the previous draw = 1 / (52 x 51) = 1 / 2652 = 0.000377.
7. A compound event is that whose occurrence depends upon that of some other event or events.
8. The probability that the six number combination that I have is indeed the winning number combination in this case = 6 / 22C6 = 0.00008.
9. If there are 10 **questions** in a survey, then the number of arrangements needed to answer them all = 10! = 362880.
10. The probability that a number less than 5 will be displayed when a six-sided die is rolled = **4** / 6 = 2 / 3.
11. a) In this case,...

3 Pages(750 words)Speech or Presentation

...deprived group. This can be explained by the fact that there are outliers at both side, too large data and too small data. In order to best represent the center of the employment scale values for the most deprived group, I will use mean since the data is derived from a large sample size.
**Question** **4**
(a) Probability that the temperature will be less than 30oF=1/7=0.1429
(b) Probability=(1/7)+(1/7)=0.2858
**Question** 5
(a) Null hypothesis: The percentage of adults supporting the healthcare law at the end of March is significantly higher than the percentage who supported the law in November
Alternative hypothesis: There is no **statistical** significant difference in the...

6 Pages(1500 words)Assignment

...E-commerce Introduction The advancement in technology has brought changes in almost all sectors of life ranging from social, cultural, political and economic sectors. The adoption of modern technology in media has given birth to the digital media. Media is considered as a way of transmitting information that influence people broadly. Examples of media include radio, television, internet, newspaper among others. Digital media are any form of media whose encoded format can be read by a machine.
Value of Digital Media in the Sports and Entertainment industry
The digital media has brought tremendous development and changes in the sports and entertainment industries. Digital media facilitates faster communication of sports... Introduction The...

2 Pages(500 words)Research Paper

...**Statistics**: Project **Questions** School Affiliation **Statistics**: Project **Questions** **Question** Mean of API= 165.49/13= 12.73 Variance= 15,818.46- 15563.08= 255.38/12= 21.28
Standard error= 0.035
Z-score of 95% confidence = 1.96 but Z= (x-mean)/standard deviation
Price= 0.976×0.035+12.73= 12.8
**Question** 2
95% confidence= Z0.05= 1.96
Mean oil price= 165.49/13 = 12.73
Variance= 1/n-1(x-mean) 2
1/12(2109.1937-2106.6877) = 0.2088
s.t = 0.20881/2/13= 0.035
z= (x-u)/s.t where s.t is the standard error.
Lower limit= 12.73- 1.96×0.035= 12.6614
Upper limit = 12.73+1.96×0.035= 12.7986
Confidence region for the mean=...

1 Pages(250 words)Assignment

...saving the expression on both sides. Therefore you can say this way: “I hear you saying nothing is wrong, however, I feel like I’m receiving the cold shower and you sound and look upset. I’m speculating if it is my lateness to come home or it is something entirely different. Please tell me the problem.” Through this the communication know can continue.
Task **4**
Communication is the process of exchanging information through various means that are preferred or available. The communication process is only complete once the person receiving the information understands it. However, communication can be verbal or non-verbal and for effective communication, feedback is necessary.
Works cited
Smith, Timothy B, and Lynda Silva....

2 Pages(500 words)Essay

...Resolution Committee was inaugurated into office. As of April 2005, the ODRP had a dispute resolution rate of approximately 83%.
**Question** **4**: Sign Ordinances
Sign ordinances are common in most city councils across the United States. Unconstitutionality of sign ordinances can be challenged when posting of signs fail to impede the flow of either vehicular traffic or pedestrians (Smith 24). Admittedly, posting campaign signs on lampposts and utility posts does not impede pedestrian and vehicular traffic flow in any way. Therefore, the court will consider whether the sign ordinance fails to provide free speech even when posting of the signs do not necessarily impede flow of traffic and pedestrians along the...

1 Pages(250 words)Assignment

...1. C. Systematic 2. B. Systematic 3. B. Ratio **4**. The frequency distribution table Body Temperature Frequency Cumulative Frequency Relative Frequency Cumulative Relative Frequency
96.5 - 97.0
2
2
2/106 = 0.019
0.019
97.0 - 97.5
13
15
13/ 106 = 0.123
0.142
97.5 - 98.0
17
32
17/ 106 = 0.160
0.302
98.0 - 98.5
32
64
32/ 106 = 0.302
0.604
98.5 - 99.0
34
98
34/ 106 = 0.321
0.925
99.0 - 99.5
6
104
6/ 106 = 0.057
0.981
99.5 - 100.00
2
106
2/ 106 = 0.019
1.000
106
1.000
5. The class width is 0.5 (= 97.0 – 96.5) degree Fahrenheit.
6. This does not appear to be a normal distribution. The distribution appears to be left (negatively) skewed because the left tail is longer as compared to the right tail.
7. A stem and leaf plot for the...

3 Pages(750 words)Statistics Project

...**Statistics** **Questions** **Statistics** **Questions** What is the elevation of the line at X=0? 2. When X increases, does Y increase or decrease? How much does Y change when X increases by 1?
Based on the positive value of the gradient, when X increases, Y also increases. The equation of the line of best fit is given by
For, X=1
3. How much of the variation in Y is accounted for by X?
Based on the value of, 48.96% of the variation in Y is accounted for by X.
**4**. What is the predicted value of Y at X = 5?
The value of Y predicted at X=5 is 19.324
5. In terms of the range of the X data, why is the predicted value of Y at X = 5 reliable?
The predicted value of...

1 Pages(250 words)Assignment