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Quantitative Techniques In Management

fraction n/N is less than 0.05, the standard error of the sample mean is given by a. σ/ √n b. σ/√n x √[(N-n)/(N-1)](√) c. σ/√n x √( n/N) d. σ/√n x √[(N-1)/(N-n) e. σ 9. The sample mean is the point estimator of a. μ b. σ(√) c. x d. p e. S 10. A regression analysis between sales (Y in $1000) and advertising (X in dollars) resulted in the following equation Y$ = 30,000 + 4 X The above equation implies that an a. Increase of $4 in advertising is associated with an increase of $4,000 in sales b. Increase...

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Marketing Research Report

analytical considerations 4 3. Ethical Considerations 5 4. Analysis 6 4.1 Descriptive Statistics 6 4.1.1 Gender 6 4.1.2 Age 7 4.1.3 Qualification 9 4.2 Regression Analysis 10 4.2.1 Regression of personal values on environmental concern 10 4.2.2 Regression of environmental concern on direct environmental behaviour 12 4.2.3Regression of environmental concern on indirect environmental behaviour 13 4.2.4 Regression of environmental concern on willingness to pay 14 4.3 T-test and...

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Dividend Policy and Stock Price Behaviour in Indian Corporate Sector: a Panel Data Approach

32.1 percent in 2003 and that only a few firms have consistently paid the same levels of dividends. Further, dividend-paying companies are more profitable, large in size and growth doesn't seem to deter Indian firms from paying higher dividends. Analysis of influence of changes in tax regime on dividend behavior shows that the tradeoff or tax-preference theory does not appear to hold true in the Indian context. This paper shows the contradictory results from the previous one. The limitations of these...

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Statistic Report on Tuition Fee in Mainland China

Nov 20th 2008 CONTENTS PAGE BACKGROUND ……………………………………………………………………………… 3 OBJECTIVES ……………………………………………………………………………… 3 METHODOLOGY ……………………………………………………………………………… 4 ANALYSIS ……………………………………………………………………………… 5 RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN THE TUITION FEE AND THE RANKING 5 RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN THE TUITION FEE AND THE WORLD STANDARD ...

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impact of fixed asset on firm profitability in pakistan

this study is to look at the impact of fixed asset on firm profitability textile, cement and sugar sector in Pakistan. The study is based on sample of three sectors (sugar, cement, and textile) over five year period from 2010 to 2014.We used regression analysis method to show the impact of fixed asset on firm profitability. The past research shows that investment on non current asset does not have strong impact on corporation profitability. Findings show that there is a significant relationship between...

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Determinants of Crude Birth Rate in India

found that the regression coefficient of per capita income is negative though the sign of this coefficient is conclusive. He also concluded from his study that variables like percentage literates and proportion of rural population are more useful than per capita income in explaining inter regional birth rate variations. His results were consistent with Adelman’s inter country results in ranking the importance of the above two variables who used logarithmic instead of liner regression. Ekanem also...

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Dividend Practices Of Commercial Banks

Data 35 3.3 Population and Sample 35 3.4 Method of Analysis 36 3.4.1 Financial Tools 36 3.4.2 Statistical Tools 37 3.5 Hypothesis Development 41 CHAPTER-IV PRESETION AND ANALYSIS OF DATA 4.1 Analysis of Financial Indicators 43 4.2 Correlation Matrix 51 4.3 Multiple Regression Analysis 55 4.3.1 Regression Result of EPS and Lagged Dividend (DPSt-1) on DPS 55 4.3.2 Regression Result of EPS and Lagged Dividend on MPS 60 4.4 Test of Hypothesis...

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Importance of Statistics

Being able to predict the future not only changes our lifestyle but also helps us be more efficient and effective. Statistics is the science of collection, analysis, and presentation of data. Statisticians contribute to scientific enquiry by applying their knowledge to the design of surveys and experiments; the collection, processing, and analysis of data; and the interpretation of the results. Statisticians may apply their knowledge of statistical methods to a variety of subject areas, such as biology...

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US Foreclosures Feasibility Project

p-value is significantly smaller than the significance level. Since the p-value is smaller than the significance level, H0 is rejected and accept the alternate hypothesis of not all independent variables are 0. The rejection of H0 means at least one regression coefficient is not 0 and therefore, some of the independent variables do have the ability to explain the variation in the dependent variable, U.S. Foreclosure Filings. Identify and Interpret the t Tests for Each of the Coefficients Un-Employment...

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Cost Segregation Note

costs can be separated into their fixed and variable elements, using a number of methods which include: (i) The accounts classification method (ii) The high-low method (iii) The scatter graph (iv) The linear regression analysis (v) The multiple regression analysis Account Classification Method This is a subjective way of segregating the mixed cost into fixed and variable element. It is usually based on the personal experience of the accountant. This method requires that the...

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