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BUSI 1450U Midterm: Formula Sheet

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School
UOIT
Department
Business
Course Code
BUSI 1450U
Professor
Bill Goodman

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Using the Computer for Random Selection:
Calc/Random Data/ Sample
1. Sample box input the desired size of the sample.
2. Select the sample
3. Store samples
Cal/Random Data/ Integer
1. Generate box input "1" as the size of the sample
2. Store in columns
3. Input Min and Max
Discrete Quantitative Frequency Tables
Stat/Tables/Tally Individual Variables
Select Counts, Percents, and Cumulative Percents.
Sorting the Data Using the Computer
Data/Sort
Constructing a Continuous Quantitative Frequency Table
Data/Code/Numeric to Text.
For more than 8
Edit/Command Line Editor:
Code ( x:x) "x up to x"&
Store cell
Stat/Tables/Tally Individual Variables and click Counts, Percents, Cumulative Percents
Qualitative Frequency Tables
Stat/Tables/Tally Individual Variables select Counts, Percents, Cumulative Percents.
Constructing a Histogram
Graph/Histogram
Select Cutpoint and then Midpoint/Cutpoint positions.
Constructing a Percent or Cumulative Percent Histogram
Histogram/Right click Edit Y Scale/Type/Percents or Accumulate values across bins.
Constructing a Bar or Pie Chart
Gaph/Bar Chart or Graph/Pie Chart.
Bar Chart click Counts of unique balues
Frequency bar chart select the column of data.
Percent frequency displays instead select Chart Options and click Default and Show Y as percent.
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Constructing a Stemplot
Graph/Stem-and-Leaf
In the increment input a value
Constructing a Scatter Diagram or Time Series Chart
Graph / Scatterplot / Simple or Connect Line/ Y variable (vertical)
Constructing a Contingency Table
Stat/Tables/Cross Tabulation and Chi-squares
Constructing a Bivariate Bar or Pie Chart
Graph/Bar Chart/A function of a variable/ Function / Graph variable/Categorical Variable Group.
Changing the scale of your figure
Edit Y Scale or X scale/Scale/Change units
Computing the Mean, Median, Mode
Stat/Basic Statistics/Display Descriptive Statistics
Computing the weighted mean
Calc/Calculator: Sum (Mark * Weight) / Sum (Weight)
Or Excel: =SUMPRODUCT()/SUM()
Computing the Geomean
Calc/Calculator/ exp(sum(log(GrowthFactors)))*(1/Count(GrowthFacors))
Or Excel: =geomean()
Computing the Quantitiles
Stat/Basic Statistcs/Display Statistics/ First qurtile, media, third quartile
Tools/Options / Individual Graphs/ Boxplots/ Percentiles
Calculating the Range and Standard Deviation
Stat/Basic Statsitcs/ Display Staistics/ Standard deviation, Variance, Range
(FOR A SAMPLE)
Calc/Calculator: (FOR A POPULATION)
STDEV(Area)/AQRT(N(AREA)/(N(AREA)-1))
68-95-99% rule: Normal Destribution
68 : u+1o OR u-1o
95:u+2o OR u-2o
99: u+3o OR u-3o
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Using the Computer for Random Selection: CalcRandom Data Sample 1. Sample box input the desired size of the sample. 2. Select the sample 3. Store samples CalRandom Data Integer 1. Generate box input 1 as the size of the sample 2. Store in columns 3. Input Min and Max Discrete Quantitative Frequency Tables StatTablesTally Individual Variables Select Counts, Percents, and Cumulative Percents. Sorting the Data Using the Computer DataSort Constructing a Continuous Quantitative Frequency Table DataCodeNumeric to Text. For more than 8 EditCommand Line Editor: Code ( x:x) x up to x Store cell StatTablesTally Individual Variables and click Counts, Percents, Cumulative Percents Qualitative Frequency Tables StatTablesTally Individual Variables select Counts, Percents, Cumulative Percents. Constructing a Histogram GraphHistogram Select Cutpoint and then MidpointCutpoint positions. Constructing a Percent or Cumulative Percent Histogram HistogramRight click Edit Y ScaleTypePercents or Accumulate values across bins. Constructing a Bar or Pie Chart GaphBar Chart or GraphPie Chart. Bar Chart click Counts of unique balues Frequency bar chart select the column of data. Percent frequency displays instead select Chart Options and click Default and Show Y as percent.
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