Ethical Behavior of Business Students at Bayview University

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Price ($)| Responses| Cumulative Responses| Demand|
25| 1| 1| 61.64|
24| 0| 1| 61.64|
23| 0| 1| 61.64|
22| 1| 2| 123.28|
21| 0| 2| 123.28|
20| 3| 5| 308.2|
19| 0| 5| 308.2|
18| 1| 6| 369.84|
17| 0| 6| 369.84|
16| 1| 7| 431.48|
15| 8| 15| 924.6|
14| 1| 16| 986.24|
13| 0| 16| 986.24|
12| 4| 20| 1232.8|
11| 0| 20| 1232.8|
10| 12| 32| 1972.48|
9| 1| 33| 2034.12|
8| 4| 37| 2280.68|
7| 2| 39| 2403.96|
6| 0| 39| 2403.96|
5| 5| 44| 2712.16|
4| 0| 44| 2712.16|
3| 0| 44| 2712.16|
2| 1| 45| 2773.8|
1| 0| 45| 2773.8|
0| 5| 50| 3082|

B.4
D0=3082
Dn=50

Scale Factor = D0Dn = 308250=61.64

B.5
Going into the polling part of this section, we were concerned that the students we polled wouldn’t want to talk to us. It was a great surprise when we found that the people we polled were very willing to answer and were very nice to us. We found that almost all the people we talked to had, at one time, taken this class and knew exactly what we going through. It was nice knowing that these complete strangers had once been in our shoes. There were a few students who didn’t take our poll very seriously, but overall, the other students were very receptive to our design. People listened to our sales pitch and were very talkative, we even got some “Oh, wow, that’s cool” comments and the occasional “What is a T-shirt?” comments.
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