2003 MLB Salaries by Team TEAM TOTAL PAYROLL AVG SALARY MEDIAN STD DEV New York Yankees $ 152,749,814 $ 5,455,350 $ 4,575,000 $ 4,781,135 New York Mets $ 117,176,429 $ 4,040,566 $ 1,300,000 $ 4,893,080 Atlanta Braves $ 106,243,667 $ 3,934,950 $ 800,000 $ 5,063,167 Los Angeles Dodgers $ 105,872,620 $ 4,072,023 $ 2,605,83
I'm to compute a One-Way ANOVA with one IV, a nominal variable that has 3 or more levels and one DV, a Likert style or Ratio variable. I'm having trouble identifing a nominal variable that has 3 levels and DV, a Likert style or Ratio variable. I'm to use a code book but they all look the same to me. Sample from codebo
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This season, a fruit wholesaler has 1000 lb of fresh strawberries for sale. Previous experience shows that demand is a function of the price it charges and is given by the following: Demand = 1000 - 150 * Price For instance, when the price is $1.00 per lb, the demand is equal to 1000 - 150*1 = 850 lb. Any left-over strawberr
I am having a problem understanding these questions. I thought that maybe your assistance could help me understand this better. 1. In 1798, Henry Cavendish measured the density of the earth using an instrument called a torsion balance. While the density is obviously not uniform, the value of the mean density is important in d
Please help with the following statistics problems. For the following data: 15 25 13 10 9 17 13 15 20 5 1) Calculate the mean and standard deviation 2) Decide if it's a normal distribution 3) Build a frequency distribution
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Hi, I am having a hard time with these questions. The questions are as follows, 1. Using the SPSS Output given below, interpret the data in the table for the within-subjects effect, the between-subjects effect, and the interaction. 2. Make sure to discuss the findings of the analysis in terms of what they actually mean in th
Two types of equipment are being considered by your company to improve productivity and quality in the manufacturing process. Details for each type of equipment is as follows: Equipment A: this equipment has an initial investment of $78,000 and the salvage value at the end of the six year service life is estimated to be $20,0
A survey conducted by the Northwestern University Lindquist-Endicot Report asked 320 companies about the procedures they use in hiring. Only 54 %% of the responding companies review the applicant's college transcript as part of the hiring process, and only 44% consider faculty references. Assume that these percentages are true
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Logiclik sells its main product, ergonomic mouse pads, for $11 each. Its variable cost is $5 per pad. For volumes up to 60,000 pads, fixed expenses are $200,000 per month. Above 60,000 pads, monthly fixed expenses are $250,000. Prepare a monthly flexible budget for the product, showing sales, variable expenses, fixed expenses,
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When performing hypothesis tests it is necessary that you define the hypotheses, sketch the rejection region, and show computations for the test statistic
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Please help me understand the concepts outlined below. I have to: - Construct a scale using the skills you have learned (What is meant by 'construct a scale' and what does a scale look like?) - Identify a construct (What are constructs and how in depth you you identify one?) - Operationally define your construct
If you were given a large data set such as the sales over the last year of our top 1,000 customers, what might you be able to do with this data? What might be the benefits of describing the data?
1. Differentiate between descriptive statistics and inferential statistics. Provide an example for each. 2. How does correlation analysis differ from regression analysis? What does a correlation coefficient reveal? Is correlation the same as causation?
Alumni donations are an important source of revenue for colleges and universities. If administators could determine the factors that influence increases in the percentage of alumni who make a donation,they might be able to implement policies that could lead to increased revenues. Research shows that students who are more satisfi
Please see attachment for Wal-Mart's data. 1.) Calculate Mean Median and Mode. 2.) Generate a frequency distribution of the data using Microsoft Excel. 3.) Compare the mode median and mean of the data. 4.) Compare the range with the standard deviation of the data. Once these first 4 items are complete, we can start
Prices are most directly related to costs in industries where revenue is based on cost reimbursement. True or False? Why?
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Hi, Xenia, I need a guide to help to understand 400 words please. What are the similarities between descriptive and inferential statistics? What are the differences? When should you use descriptive and inferential statistics? Give two specific examples of descriptive statistics and two specific examples of inferential statis
True or false: The binomial distribution equations will not give exact probabilities for experiments in which sampling is done without replacement. In those cases, the trials are not truly independent
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A study was conducted comparing female adolescents who suffer from bulimia (an eating disorder) to healthy females with similar body compositions and levels of physical activity. Listed below are measures of daily caloric intake, recorded in kilocalories per kilogram body weight, for samples of adolescents from each group.
A study was conducted comparing female adolescents who suffer from bulimia (an eating disorder) to healthy females with similar body compositions and levels of physical activity. Listed below are measures of daily caloric intake, recorded in kilocalories per kilogram body weight, for samples of adolescents from each group. Da