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Created descriptive statistics from 2008-2012 UCR data.
- Use the data set provided by clicking the image on the right for the Uniform Crimes Report data. Copy and paste this data into the Minitab software.
- Use this information to create descriptive statistics to analyze the types of crimes that are committed and the variance between crimes from 2008 and 2012.
- Create and recode the variables to produce a table and a chart illustrating the variance between crimes from 2008 and 2012.
- Display your findings by creating appropriate tables and graphs using the data you downloaded to a Minitab spreadsheet.
- Present the Minitab spreadsheet as a table in a Microsoft Word document; include the tables and graphs you created to support analysis of the data and state conclusions about the variance in the types of violent crimes between 2008-2012.

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I have created table and the pie chart provided through the instructions. I also included a scatterplot for use under the robbery section. It is a simple program to operate. I also began an ...

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Report on statistical analysis using the Minitab program to analyze data and analysis of the data using the tables and charts provided.

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4) Use your Minitab software to generate the numerical and graphical output
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a) Set up a scatter diagram.
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d) State the coefficient of determination r2 and interpret its meaning for this problem.

e) Predict the delivery time with both confidence and prediction intervals for a customer that is receiving 20 cases of soft drink.

f) Would it be apropriate to use this model to predict delivery time for a customer who is receiving 50 cases of soft drink? Explain.

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h) Perform a residual analysis. Using the standardized residuals, generate a histogram, normal probabilty plot, and residuals vs. fits. Discus each in terms of the apropriate asumptions of linear egresion.

i) Summarize your findings above in determining the adequacy of the fit of the model and your confidence in its abilty to alocate delivery costs to customers.

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