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(Solved): WPC 300 Assignment 5 : Inferential Statistics Feb 2021 Updat...


WPC 300

Assignment 5 : Inferential Statistics

Feb 2021 Update

Score  25 out of 25

Question 1                       2.5 pts 
What statistical test would perform to test your hypothesis: average time to deliver pizza, once the order is placed, is less than or equal to 25 minutes in the population. 

  • No test is necessary
  • ANOVA
  • T-test
  • Z-test 


Question 2                       2.5 pts 
The null hypothesis for the statistical test for Question 1 is: 

  • Mean delivery time is less than or equal to 25 minutes
  • None of the other answers are correct
  • Mean delivery time is less than 0.05
  • Mean delivery time is more than 25 minutes 
     

Question 3                                       2.5 pts 
Based on the sample, is there sufficient evidence in the data to conclude that the population average time to deliver a pizza, once the order is placed, is greater than 25 minutes? Based on the statistical analysis (with margin of error = 5%) what is your conclusion? Pave the script to the data file] 

  • We could not conclude anything
  • We accept the null hypothesis and hence conclude that the delivery time is more than 25 min
  • We reject the null hypothesis, and hence conclude that the delivery time is more than 25 min
  • We could not reject the null hypothesis, and hence conclude the mean delivery time is less than or equal to 25 min 


Question 4                                   2.5 pts 
Submit a screenshot of an appropriate analysis table to support your answer in Question 3. 

Upload _________
 

Question 5                                 2.5 pts 
Given the sample data, what kind of statistical test would you perform in order to find out if the days of the week have an effect on Use mean delivery time? 

  • Z-test 
  • T-test
  • ANOVA
  • Descriptive 


Question 6                           2.5 pts 
Based on executing the test in Question 5, what would you conclude, given a margin of error of 5%? 

  • We reject the null hypothesis; the mean delivery time is different for every day of the week 
  • We reject the null hypothesis; the mean delivery time is different at least on one of the days of the week 
  • We could not reject the null hypothesis; the mean delivery time is not different for different days of the week 
  • We accept the null hypothe week; the mean delivery time is not different for different days of the week
     

Question 7                              2.5 pts 
Execute an appropriate follow-up test to determine on which days of the week the an delivery time is different. What is your conclusion? [Save the script to the data file] 

  • Mean delivery times on Tuesday and Wednesday are different
  • Mean delivery times on Friday and Thursday are different
  • Mean delivery times on Saturday and Thursday are different
  • All of the answers are correct 
     

Question 8                             2.5 pts 
Execute an appropriate statistical test, with a margin of error of 5%, to determine if hour of the day has an effect on the mean delivery time. What is your conclusion? [Save the script to the data file] 

  • Mean delivery time is different on the 9th and 10th hour of the day
  • Nothing can be concluded as additional information is necessary
  • Mean delivery time does not vary by the hour of the day
  • Mean delivery time is different at every hour of the day 


Question 9                    2.5 pts 
Based on your analysis, what action would you recommend to the owner of Pizza Perk to improve their operation? 

  • The owner should focus on reducing the mean delivery time to 20 minutes. 
  • The owner should collect additional delivery time data to make better recommendation on pizza delivery operation
  • The owner should consider hiring you full time
  • The owner should consider hiring more staff on Friday and Saturday to reduce wait timeon those days. 
     

Question 10                                                2.5 pts 
Submit the JMP data file with the saved scripts for all the analyses to answer questions from this assignment. 
Upload _______

 


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(Solved): WPC 300 : Lab 5: Inferential Quiz Instructions...


Lab 5: Inferential

Quiz Instructions

  • Start with datafiles:
  • Change the file names to: YourFirstName_YourLastName_XXXX.jmp
  • Review what we did in the lab.
  • You must use JMP to answer the following multiple-choice questions. 
  • Note: When you are asked to submit a screen capture, you need to make sure that your name is part of the capture. 

Question 1       2 pts

Refer data: pricequote.jmp

Using descriptive statistics, what can you conclude? 

Group of answer choices

  • Mary’s pricing is more reasonable than that of Barry.
  • Barry’s average price is lower than Mary’s average price
  • Variation in Mary’s price is higher than Barry’s price
  •  Barry’s average price is higher than Mary’s average price

Question 2     2 pts

Use a box plot to compare overall all difference in price quoted by Barry and Mary.  What is your conclusion?

Group of answer choices

  • Barry’s price has larger spread in the population
  • Mary’s price has a larger spread in the sample
  • Mary’s price has larger spread in the population
  • Barry’s price has a larger spread in the sample

 Question 3     2 pts

Interquartile range in Mary’s price quote is from:

Group of answer choices

  • $133 to $114
  • $114 to $105
  • $125 to $105
  • $133 to $97

 Question 4             2 pts

Based on a two-tailed statistical test to infer about the population, what is your conclusion?

Group of answer choices

  • Overall, Mary’s prices are significantly higher than Barry’s prices
  • Nothing can be inferred as the sample size is really small
  • Overall, Barry’s prices are similar to Mary’s prices
  • Overall, Barry’s prices are not the same as Mary’s prices.

 Question 5      2 pts

To develop a two-tailed statistical test to find the answer to Q4, what is the null hypothesis?

Group of answer choices

  • Overall, Barry’s prices are at least $9 higher than Mary’s prices
  • Overall, Barry’s prices are the same as Mary’s prices.
  • Overall, Barry’s prices are less than Mary’s prices
  • Overall, Barry’s prices are more than Mary’s prices

Question 6        2 pts

The conclusion inferred in Q4 is supported by t-test where the obtained p-value is.

Group of answer choices

  • More than 0.0284
  • Less than 0.986
  • Less than 0.05
  • Equal to 2.52

 Question 7            2 pts

Refer data:SalaryANOVA.jmp. 

What is the null hypothesis of the ANOVA analysis of Salary data across majors,

Group of answer choices

  • Average salaries of all college majors are very different
  • Average salaries of all college majors are the same
  • None of the selection is correct
  • Average salaries of all college majors are slightly different

 Question 8           2 pts

Based on the results obtained from the ANOVA analysis of Salary data across majors, 

Group of answer choices

  • You reject the null hypothesis
  • You reject the alternative hypothesis
  • You could not reject the null hypothesis
  • You accept the null hypothesis

 Question 9        2 pts

Based on the connecting letter report, salaries of which college majors are significantly different?

Group of answer choices

  • Language and music
  • Social science and music
  • Social science and special education
  • Science and music

Question 10          2 pts

Support your answer for Q9 by providing an appropriate screenshot. 

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(Solved): Wpc300 Quiz 5: Regression ...


Wpc300

Quiz 5: Regression 

The score for this quiz: 10 out of 10

 

Question 1

1 / 1 pts

What would be the null hypothesis for testing a linear regression model with profit as the dependent variable and sales as the independent variable?

  •   There is a negative relationship between profit and sales. 
  •   There is a linear relationship between profit and sales that can be either positive or negative. 
  •   There is no linear relationship between profit and sales. 
  •   There is a positive relationship between profit and sales. 

Question 2

1 / 1 pts

A market analyst is developing a regression model to predict monthly household expenditures on groceries as a function of family size, household income, and household neighborhood (urban, suburban, and rural). The "neighborhood" variable in this model is ________.

  •   a linear variable 
  •   an independent variable 
  •   a continuous variable 
  •   a dependent variable

 Question 3

1 / 1 pts

Which of the following statement is true based on the following regression equation?
IQ = 4.0 + Reading Label * 5.6

  •   A unit point change in IQ will result in 9.6-point increase in reading label. 
  •   Reading label is not a good predictor of IQ.
  •   A unit point change in IQ will result in 5.6-point increase in reading label.
  •   A unit point change in reading label will increase IQ by 5.6 point. 

Question 4

1 / 1 pts

The value of R-Squared always falls between ________ and ________, inclusive.

  •   -infinity to + infinity 
  •   0 and 1
  •   -1 and +1 
  •   0 and -1

Question 5

1 / 1 pts

The correlation coefficient between the age of a vehicle and the money spent to repair it is 0.9. Which of the following statement is true?

  •   90% of the repair cost will be explained by the age of the vehicle 
  •   90% of the money spent on repair is explained by the age of the vehicle 
  •   81% of the variation in the money spent on repairs is explained by the age of the vehicle
  •   81% of money spent on repairs is explained by the age of the vehicle 

Question 6

1 / 1 pts

Which of the following is true about multi-collinearity?

  •   The effect of an independent variable on the dependent variable becomes easy to isolate.
  •    The regression coefficients become clearer and are easier to interpret.
  •   It is measured using a measure called variance inflation factor (VIF). 
  •   The P-value reduces significantly, leading to rejection of the null hypothesis. 

Question 7

1 / 1 pts

The unexplained variance in the regression analysis is also known as:

  •   Total variance
  •   Residual variance 
  •   Predicted variance 
  •   Regression variance 

Question 8

1 / 1 pts

A correlation coefficient between “college entrance exam” grades and scholastic achievement was found to be -1.08. On the basis of this, you would tell the university that:

  •   The entrance exam is a good predictor of success. 
  •   They should hire a new statistician. 
  •   The exam is a poor predictor of success.
  •   Students who do best on this exam will make the worst students.

Question 9

1 / 1 pts

A manager wishes to predict the annual cost (y) of an automobile based on the number of miles (x) driven. The following model was developed: y = $1500 + 0.36x. If a car is driven 15000 miles in a year, the model predicts the annual cost of the car to be:

  •   $7400 
  •   $3850 
  •   $2090 
  •   $6900

Question 10

1 / 1 pts

Which of the following assumptions is not true for multiple linear regression?

  •   The independent variables are not correlated. 
  •   The relationship between dependent and independent variables is linear. 
  •   There will be a multi-collinearity effect. 
  •   The residuals are normally distributed.

 

 


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(Solved): mgt430 Take-home Quiz #3 ...


Take-home Quiz #3 

Instructions

Please answer the following multiple-choice questions. You can take this quiz only once. You may use all materials from class while taking the quiz. However, you have to take the quiz individually.

 Question 1

1 / 1 pts

One of the lessions that the reading "The first foundation: Your bargaining style" offers is that walking away from a negotiation may result in better outcomes than staying at the table.

  •   True
  •    False 

 Question 2

1 / 1 pts

What is suggested to be true in the reading about gender differences when it comes to negotiating?

  •   Women seek to affirm their status, especially when negotiating with a man.
  •   Men are less likely to interrupt women in negotations
  •    Men rely more on fairness arguments, women rely more on status arguments.orrect!
  •   In salary negotiations, when men and women negotiate, they end up with similar results.

Question 3

1 / 1 pts

It is advisable to be cooperative rather than competitive in negotiations.

  •   True
  •   False

 Question 4

1 / 1 pts

What can be said about preparing for a negotiation?

  •   Being prepared for a negotiation results in better outcomes exclusively for the other party. 
  •   Being prepared for a negotiation results in better outcomes exclusively for oneself.
  •   Being prepared for a negotiation does not influence the outcomes of a negotiation.
  •   Being prepared for a negotiation results in better outcomes for both parties.

  Question 5

1.5 / 1.5 pts

According to the chapter “Prepare, Prepare, Prepare” which of the following is a key habit one should practice when preparing to negotiate? (select all that apply)

  •   Research fair standards that are independent of each party’s positions, such as the law or market value
  •    Cut the amount of preparation time to increase the amount of time for the actual negotiation
  •   Try to see the situation from the other party's perspective
  •   Boost a weak BATNA

Question 6

1.5 / 1.5 pts

What are ways to expand the pie during a negotiation? (select all that apply)

  •   Offer flexibility to negotiation partner.
  •    Go down with the price you asked for
  •   Include additional objects in the negotiation.
  •   Strongly defend your position

 Question 7

1/ 1 pts

Choosing a specific location for a negotiation (e.g., a very warm room, a room with view of the beach) can speed up the negotiation.

  •   True
  •   False

 Question 8

1 / 1 pts

What is true about asking in negotiations?

  •   People only negotiate when they really want to.
  •   Situational constraints play less of a role whether or not a person wants to negotiate.
  •    Personal characteristics are the only cause that people do not ask in negotiations.
  •   Culture can play a big role whether or not people want to negotiate.

 Question 9

1 / 1 pts

People look at criteria such as the market value of objects, laws, and precedents when measuring whether options are fair or unfair.

  •   True
  •   False

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(Solved): WPC 300 : Assignment 4: Descriptive Statistics feb 2021...


Question 1   2.5 pts

What is the average amount of claim paid out for medical malpractice lawsuit?

Group of answer choices

  • $6053
  • $12036
  • $16450
  • $91045

 

Question 2        2.5 pts

What is the average age of female claimant in the data over the years?

Group of answer choices

  • 42.83
  • 40.81
  • 45.87
  • 39.54

 Question 3       2.5 pts

Create a frequency distribution (in percent) of types of insurance carried by the patient? Submit the screenshot

Upload 

Question 4      2.5 pts

Which of the following statements is true about the claim amount?

Group of answer choices

  • Average claim amount for females is higher than that of males
  • None of the other statements are true
  • Average claim amount for males is higher than that of females
  • Average claim amounts for both males and females are about the same

Question 5         2.5 pts

In an average, the highest amount of claim was paid out for ____________ specialty of physicians.  (Hint: use graph builder to compare)

Group of answer choices

  • Radiology
  • Pediatrics
  • Dermatology
  • Pathology

Question 6     2.5 pts

You will investigate whether payment amounts are related to whether or not a private attorney represented the claimant.

Hint:  Analyze > Fit Y by X; use Private Attorney as X, Factor and Amount as Y, Response. Then, select Quantiles under the top red triangle

What is your conclusion?

Group of answer choices

  • Amount of claim payment had nothing to do with whether a private attorney was used.
  • Nothing can be concluded based on the available information
  • Average claim is lower when a private attorney was used
  • Amount of the claim payment had a lot to do with whether a private attorney was used.

 Question 7   2.5 pts

Provide a screenshot of your analysis to support your answer for Question 6.

Upload 

 Question 8      2.5 pts

You want to know if relationship between Private Attorney and Amount is consistent for females and males.

Hint: Graph > Graph Builder; Drag and drop Amount in Y, Gender in X, and Private Attorney in Group X. Click on the box plot icon at the top. Or, right-click in the graph and select Points > Change to > Box Plot. 

What is your conclusion?

Group of answer choices

  • If a private attorney was used the payout was generally lower for both male and female patients
  • If a private attorney was used the payout was generally higher for male and lower for female patients
  • If a private attorney was used the payout was generally lower for male and higher for female patients
  • If a private attorney was used the payout was generally higher for both male and female patients.

Question 9 2.5 pts

Based on the severity rating of damage to the patient, the mean amount paid to the patient with emotional trauma was:

Group of answer choices

  • $28418
  • $7500
  • None of the answer selections are correct
  • $390436

 Question 10         2.5 pts

Submit the JMP data file with saved script for all the analysis to answer each question of this assignment.

Upload 

Choose a File

 


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(Solved): WPC 300 : Quiz 4: Inferential...


Quiz 4: Inferential

Score 10 out of 10

Question 1          1 pts

The WPC Sports Company has noted that the size of individual "customer order" is normally distributed with a mean of $100 and a standard deviation of $12. If a soccer team of 16 players were to make the next batch of orders, what would be the standard error of the mean?

Group of answer choices

  • 3.00
  • 3.46
  • 4.00
  • 10.00

 Question 2           1 pts

When sample size increases

Group of answer choices

  • Standard deviation of the sample mean increases
  • Confidence interval increases
  • Confidence interval remains the same
  • Confidence interval decreases

Question 3          1 pts

Which of the following is a Type-I error?

Group of answer choices

  • The null hypothesis is actually true, but the hypothesis test incorrectly rejects it.
  • The null hypothesis is actually true, and the hypothesis test correctly fails to reject it.
  • The null hypothesis is actually false, but the test incorrectly fails to reject it.
  • The null hypothesis is actually false, and the test correctly rejects it.

Question 4              1 pts

What is the confidence level when the level of significance is 0.07?

Group of answer choices

  • 0.970
  • 0.930
  • 7%
  • 0.093

Question 5          1 pts

Which of the following is a continuous random variable?

Group of answer choices

  • The number of new hires in a year
  • The number bounced check from a bank
  • The time to complete a specific task
  • The outcomes of rolling two dice

Question 6              1 pts

Which of the following is a difference between the t-distribution and the standard normal (z) distribution?

Group of answer choices

  • The standard normal distributions' confidence levels are wider than those of the t-distribution
  • The t-distribution cannot be calculated without a known standard deviation, while the standard normal distribution can be.
  • The t-distribution has a larger variance than the standard normal distribution
  • The standard normal distribution is dependent on parameters like degree of freedom, while t-distribution is not.

Question 7     1 pts

The central limit theorem states that even if the population is not normally distributed, the

Group of answer choices

  • Mean of the population can be calculated without using samples
  • Standard error of the mean will not vary from the population mean
  • distribution of the sample mean will still be normal when the sample size is large
  • Sampling distribution of the mean will vary from the sample to sample

Question 8         1 pts

Which of the following proposition describes an existing theory or belief?

Group of answer choices

  • Null hypothesis
  • Proportion
  • Alternative hypothesis
  • Standard deviation

Question 9            1 pts

In order to reject the null hypothesis, the p-value must be less than the

Group of answer choices

  • Variance
  • Alpha
  • Degrees of freedom
  • Standard deviation

Question 10          1 pts

You are collecting data via an online survey to improve education standard at ASU. Which of the following methods will not result in data collection bias?

Group of answer choices

  • Those with an interest in your mission are the ones to participate in the survey
  • Anonymously data collection by hiding ASU brand in the survey question.
  • Polls are completed only by visitors to the site
  • Some individuals are less likely to participate because they have strong opinions against ASU education standard.

 


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(Solved): WPC 300 : Lab 4: Descriptive| PatientFeedback.jmp | Compla...


Lab 4: Descriptive

 

Quiz Instructions

  • Start with datafile: PatientFeedback.jmp ComplaintData.xlsx
  • Change the file name to: YourFirstName_YourLastName_PatientFeedback.jmp
  • Review what we did in the lab.
  • You must use JMP to answer the following multiple-choice questions. 
  • Note: When you are asked to submit a screen capture, you need to make sure that your name is part of the capture. 

Top of Form

Question 1       2 pts

What percent of the complaint was about ‘wait time’? 

Group of answer choices

  • 26%
  • 21%
  • 16%
  • 5%

Question 2        2 pts

Show frequency distribution of the type of complaints in the survey. Submit a screenshot. 

Upload 

Question 3             2 pts

What is the range of the middle 50% of the data obtained from the patient feedback data (percent who would recommend)?

Group of answer choices

  • 42
  • 56
  • 16
  • 71

Question 4             2 pts

Which of the following values was obtained as the central tendency in the percent of respondents who would recommend this clinic to others?

Group of answer choices

  • 57.8
  • 42
  • 8.8
  • 71

Question 5        2 pts

Which week of the survey did you find the highest percent of respondents who would recommend the clinic to others?

Group of answer choices

  • Week 7
  • Week 13
  • Week 2
  • Week 10

Question 6         2 pts

In which week at least three out of the four measures in the survey saw the lowest satisfaction rate? 

Group of answer choices

  • Week 5
  • Week 11
  • Week 2
  • Week 8

Question 7           2 pts

Submit a run chart visual to support your answer for Q6.

Upload 

Question 8           2 pts

Out of the four measures in the survey, which two variables have the highest correlation?

Group of answer choices

  • Patient would recommend and Enough information
  • Patient would recommend and Wait time acceptable
  • Patient would recommend and Respect
  • Wait time acceptable and Respect

Question 9               2 pts

Out of the four measures in the survey which two variables have the lowest correlation across all 13 weeks?

Group of answer choices

  • Wait time acceptable and Respect
  • Patient would recommend and Enough information
  • Respect and Enough Information
  • Patient would recommend and Respect

Question 10            2 pts

Which of the following JMP feature do you use to show bar charts?

Group of answer choices

  • Fit Y by X
  • Distribution
  • Tabulate
  • Multivariate methods

 


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(Solved): WPC 300 : Lab 3: Data Visualization UPDATED JAN 29 ...


WPC 300

Lab 3: Data Visualization

Scored 20 out of 20


Quiz Instructions
•    Start with datafile: Sample-Superstore.xlsx 
•    Review what we did in the lab.
•    Must use Tableau to answer the following multiple-choice questions. 
•    Note: When you are asked to submit a screen capture, you need to make sure that your name is part of the capture.
Note: The lab data file is different from that used in the lab video. The numbers shown in the video will vary when you perform the same step. 

Question 1                         2 pts
Which of the following variables is an example of ‘measure’? 
Group of answer choices

  • Segment
  • Profit
  • Product ID
  • Category


Question 2                            2 pts
Which product subcategory experienced the most profit in central region? 
Group of answer choices

  •  Tables
  • Furnishing
  • Copiers
  • Binders

 
Question 3                           2 pts
In which region, the store sold the largest number of technology products?
Group of answer choices

  • West
  • East
  • Central
  • South


Question 4                         2 pts
How many units of furniture were sold in the Central region?
Group of answer choices

  • 1291
  • 1544
  • 5409
  • 1827

 
Question 5                             2 pts
Provide a screen shot from Tableau output to support your answer in Q4.
Upload 
 

Question 6                              2 pts
Show a color-coded US map depicting total sales per State. Submit a screen shot. You must write your name in place of the Sheet information. 
  (attached in the answer file)

Question 7                                2 pts
Which State sold the greatest number of products?
Group of answer choices

  • Florida
  • Illinois
  • Texas
  • California


Question 8                                     2 pts
In which year did the store experience the highest Q4 Sales?
Group of answer choices

  • 2014
  • 2016
  • 2015
  • 2013

 
Question 9             2 pts
Submit a screenshot of a graph that shows the trend in quarterly sales over a span of four years (2013 to 2016).
Upload (attached in the answer file)

Question 10                 2 pts
Submit a screenshot of a single graph that shows the trend in both quarterly sales and quarterly profit over a span of four years (2013 to 2016).

(attached in the answer file)


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(Solved): COM 312 : MODULE 1 : Reading Quiz One : UPDATED JAN 29...


COM 312

 MODULE 1 : Reading Quiz One

Score for this quiz: 10 out of 10 

Question 1
1 / 1 pts
The primary features of an interdependent relationship are

  • important and continuous.
  • cooperative and sustainable.
  • important and competitive.
  • inevitable and urgent.

 
Question 2
1 / 1 pts
Communication and conflict are not things we do to each other, but things we do with each other. This is part of the

  • linear model of communication.
  • transactional model of communication.
  • meta-conflict perspective.
  • transformative model of communication.

 
Question 3
1 / 1 pts
Growing up, Juan's family always talked at the dinner table about concerns and told each other directly how they felt. If he was upset with someone in his family, he wasn't allowed to sulk but had to work the conflict out. Juan and his family can best be described as

  • aggressive.
  • combative.
  • avoidant.
  • collaborative.

 
Question 4
1 / 1 pts
Reframing what other people say during conflict can help change the tone and move it toward a productive resolution. All of the following are good reframing practices EXCEPT

  • define the names others call you during conflict.
  • say “we” instead of “you and me.”
  • ask open-ended questions.
  • redirect attacks against you as attacks against the problem.

 
Question 5
1 / 1 pts
Michelle left dirty dishes in the sink for a couple of days. When her roommate Tania saw this, she left a note on Michelle's door demanding that Michelle clean up after herself. After reading the note, Michelle angrily put her garbage cans in front of Tania's door. Tania then went into Michelle's room and poured the garbage on her bed. This is an example of

  • parallel spiraling.
  • differentiation.
  • gunny-sacking.
  • schismogenesis.

 
Question 6
1 / 1 pts
Compromising early in a conflict is typically a good idea.

  • True
  • False

  
Question 7
1 / 1 pts
Chris and Pat finally agreed on a house to purchase. Now, however, they disagree on whether to take out a 15-year or a 30-year mortgage. This is an example of

  • a sense of urgency.
  • incompatible goals.
  • incompatible means.
  • an adverse effect on the relationship.

 
Question 8
1 / 1 pts
An interpersonal conflict can be expressed by avoidance behaviors.

  • True
  • False

Question 9
1 / 1 pts

_____ is the communication behavior people use based on how they analyze a conflict situation.

  • Conflict resolution
  • Meta-conflict perspective
  • Transactive activity
  • Conflict management
      

Question 10
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According to our textbook, certain aspects of relationships have the potential to create conflict when people perceive that they are lacking. They include all of the following EXCEPT

  • status.
  • information.
  • money.
  • dedication.
     

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WPC 300

Hoa-6
Assignment: Sales Data Visualization

 

Question 1         3 pts

 Which team had the lowest revenue? What was the revenue in $?

  •  RR & $32,297,798
  •  MM & $8,878,600
  •  NN & $27,520,449
  •  RR & $27,520,449

Question 2         3 pts

What product provided the highest revenue? How much was the revenue?

  •  1 kg Mixed Fruit Muesli & $7,344,221
  •  500g Nut Muesli & $ 24,445,957
  •  500g Strawberry Muesli & $10,841,062
  •  1 kg Original Muesli & $$22,859,203

Question 3         3 pts

Look at the trend of revenue over rounds for each team. Which team has the highest net gain/difference (highest point — lowest point) in revenue across multiple rounds.

Hint: Move Revenue to Rows and Round to Columns. Move Team to "color" tab on the left. Click the "Round" tab from the top and select "Dimension" from the pulldown. Click on "Show me" at the right corner to show the legend. Hover your mouse cursor on the line graphs to see the different teams and the corresponding values.

  •  None of the answer selections are correct
  •  NN
  •  QQ
  •  RR

Question 4         3 pts

Observe the market share of each team by product (show only the graph). Which of the following teams don't have any revenue in five or more product categories?

Hint: Move Revenue to Rows and Product to Columns. Move Team to "color" tab on the left. Click on "Show me" at the right corner to show the legend. Select the Team Level to find out the revenues for each team in different product category.

  •  MM, NN, TT
  •  None of the answer selections are correct
  •  LL, OO, TT
  •  SS, TT, QQ

Question 5         3 pts

Are there any products that don't sell in specific distribution channels? If so, which of the following is among the list the products along with their respective distribution channel that don't sell?

Hint: Move Product to Rows and Distribution Channel to Columns. On Distribution Channel pull down select "Dimension" and "Discrete". Move Revenue to "Size" tab on the left. Click on "Show me" at the right corner to show the legend.

  •  Channel 12: 1kg Original Muesli, 1kg Raisin Muesli, 1kg Strawberry Muesli
  •  Channel 14: 1kg Blueberry Muesli, 1kg Mixed Fruit Muesli,
  • None of the answer selections are correct
  •   Channel 10: 1kg Blueberry Muesli, 1kg Mixed Fruit Muesli,

Question 6         3 pts

 

Which team generated the most revenue from a single Muesli product?

Hint: Move Product to Rows and Team to Columns. Move Revenue to the "Color" tab on the left.

  •  KK
  •  NN
  •  OO
  •  RR

 

Question 7        3 pts

 

Which team sold the most quantity of muesli? For that team, what was the most quantity sold?

Hint: Move Team to Rows and Quantity to Columns. Select Treemaps pattern to view the graph.

Group of answer choices

  •  NN & $7,215,500
  •  KK & $5,851,513
  •  OO & $8,697,697
  •  RR & $7,646,580 

 

Question 8        3 pts

 

What product had the lowest quantity sold and lowest revenue?

Hint: Move Product to Rows and Quantity to Columns. Move Revenue to Colors. Select the Packed Bubbles pattern to view the graph.

Group of answer choices

  • 500g Raisin Muesli
  •  1kg Mixed Fruit Muesli
  •  500g Nut Muesli
  •  500g Blueberry Muesli

Question 9         3 pts

Overall, which of the following team made the highest revenue on a single virtual day?

  • LL
  •  PP
  •  MM
  •  RR

 Question 10      3 pts

Create a word document and cut and paste a screenshot from Tableau file of all the visualizations in support of your answers to Q1-9. Make sure each visualization should have your full name on it. Upload the file here.

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