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Quantitative Methods and Analysis-BUSN 311 Unit 2 Assignment




Question;Unit 2 ? Probability and DistributionsType your Name HereAmerican InterContinental UniversityAbstractThe following paper will express further data analysis and the different probabilities of other event to help give an understanding and analysis in relation to the data that could bring about better and more productive work in the near future. The information that follows can be used as a basis in analyzing future data for a more effective and effective work environment.MemoTo: American Intellectual UnitSubject: Data AnalysisDear: American Intellectual UnionProvide a brief introduction (2-3 sentences) to the email you are writing to provide a preview of what will be covered.Overview of the Data SetProvide an overview for the current data set. What variables does it include? Which are qualitative, which are quantitative? What categories are used and why are they used? Begin your e-mail to AIU by first providing an overview of the database, that is, a story about the characteristics that may include types of variables, etc.Use of Statistics and Probability in the Real WorldThis is a great place for outside research. Be sure to include information about where statistics are being used in the workplace.The Value of StatisticsStatistics are of great value in the business workplace because statistics can offer more assurance to spite a number of data, and statistics also allow for business to make intelligent decisions. Statistics can offer goals that are unbiased with figurea that are able to show the stability of positions and continue to show a parallel level of direction the company should go in.DistributionsWrite a brief introduction (1-2 sentences) about the information you can find in a distribution table. Why is this information useful to AIU?Then complete the following distribution tables. Please pay attention to whether you should present the results in terms of percentages or simple counts.Distribution of Individuals by GenderGenderPercentageFemalesMalesTenure with Company Distribution by GenderPlease note that you do NOT have to convert these into percentages. You may leave them in a count format.Under 2 years2-5 YearsOver 5 yearsMaleFemalePercentage of the Survey Participants in Each DepartmentDepartmentPercentageInformation TechnologyHuman ResourcesAdministrationSample Mean for Extrinsic Value by GenderGenderMean Extrinsic ValueMaleFemaleProbabilitiesWrite a brief 1-2 sentence introduction about which probabilities you will calculate and why the information is useful for AIU.Then complete the following table. Please remember to always use the TOTAL number of respondents for your denominator when calculating each probability.ClassificationCountProbabilityProbability that an individual will be between 16?21 years of ageProbability that an individual?s overall job satisfaction is 5.2 or lowerProbability that an individual will be a female in the human resources departmentProbability that an individual will be a salaried employee whose intrinsic satisfaction value is 5 or moreProbabilities in the Business WorldRESEARCH REQUIRED: other ways that probability is used in business. Deductions for not using APA format are applied in this section.ConclusionWrite a brief conclusion that sums up the importance of the information contained in this email. Sum it all up for the reader in a few sentences in the same way you would do in a professional environment!Sincerely,Your nameYour titleReferencesNOTE: The reference list starts on a new page after your conclusion.For help with formatting citations and references using rules outlined in the APA Manual?s 6th Edition, please check outthe AIU APA guide located under the Interactive Learning section on the left side of the course.Examples:American Psychological Association [APA]. (2010)Publication manual of the AmericanPsychological association(6th ed.). Washington, DC: Author.Association of Legal Writing Directors (ALWD) (2005).ALWD citation manual: A professionalsystem of citation(3rd ed.). New York: Aspen Publishers.


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