Data Set for Questions
Table 1: Unemployment Claims for 2009 by Manufacturing Types 

Food 
70605 
Beverage/Tobacco Products 
7185 
Textile Mills 
18631 
Textile Product Mills 
4145 
Apparel 
12487 
Leather and Allied Products 
777 
Wood Products 
29690 
Paper 
13041 
Printing and related support activities 
15301 
Petroleum and coal products 
4703 
Chemicals 
12434 
Plastics/Rubber 
26172 
Nonmetalic Mineral 
28443 
Primary Metal 
54849 
Fabricated Metal 
57402 
Machinery 
107817 
Computer/Electronic Products 
60078 
Electrical Equipment & Appliance 
26427 
Transportation Equipment 
301252 
Furniture and related products 
30148 
Miscellaneous Manufacturing 
11913 


Table 2: Fulltime workers: Mean hourly earnings by major occupational groups. 





Job Group 
Civilian 
Private industry 
State/Local 




All workers 







Mgmt Professional 
$35.02 
$35.50 
$33.61 




Mgmt., Business, and Financial 
$38.87 
$39.48 
$35.39 




Professional et al. 
$33.16 
$33.14 
$33.19 




Service 
$13.62 
$11.69 
$20.10 




Sales 
$17.59 
$17.57 
$17.75 




Office & Admin. Support 
$16.57 
$16.38 
$17.74 




Natural Resources, Construction and Maintenance 
$21.39 
$21.42 
$21.14 




Production, Transportation and Material Moving 
$16.48 
$16.39 
$21.68 




Table 3: Year Sales by Transactions for Davis Bath Products 


2008 

2009 

Name 
Sales 
Transactions 

Sales 
Transactions 
Mont Lickon 
21945 
1075 

15511 
713 
Risca Cotta 
11535 
614 

8627 
370 
Shidara Penn 
143019 
5945 

18089 
830 
John Guth 
176813 
7212 

71078 
3129 
Dan Deep 
1482 
54 

1179 
64 
Nat Derson 
140709 
5634 

28812 
1299 
Val Bell 
271 
15 

460 
52 
Carey Rash 
1731 
55 

1295 
51 
Lisa Holder 
454 
21 

836 
33 
Connie Kevan 
1544 
74 

1357 
43 
Tom Nather 
54890 
2312 

36679 
1540 
Becky Beaster 
1213 
60 

1220 
48 
Scott Rica 
133742 
5428 

103355 
4173 
Questions..
**please include all work and not just answers or will receive 0 points. Please note 8,9& 10 have been deleted.
EXAM 1
1. Please identify the five number summary for the data below:
116, 121, 157, 192, 207, 209, 209, 229, 232, 236, 236, 239, 243, 115, 120, 144, 200, 202, 264, 246, 267, 276, 317, 173, 312, 123, 324, 234, 307, 309, 312, 321, 122, 353
Min:
Q1:
Q2:
Q3:
Max:
3. A sample of 5 joggers ran the following distances (in miles) yesterday: 2, 6, 3, 4, and 5.
a. What is the range?
b. What is the mean?
c. What is the variance?
d. What is the standard deviation?
4. The number of basketball games attended by 50 season ticketholders were:
15, 10, 17, 11, 15, 12, 13, 16, 12, 14, 14, 16, 15, 18, 11, 16, 13, 17, 12, 16, 18, 15, 17, 15, 19, 13, 14, 17, 16, 15, 12, 11, 17, 16, 15, 10, 14, 15, 13, 16, 18, 15, 17, 11, 14, 17, 15, 14, 13, 16.
Finish the frequency distribution below.
Classes 
F 
RF 
CRF 
10 



11 



12 



13 



14 



15 



16 



17 



18 



19 



5. The marketing department of the New Jersey Nets have asked for your assistance in deciding to sell a multigame ticket package. After completing your frequency distribution based on 50 season ticketholders, what is the best package to create and sell to the public?
a. 13
b. 16
c. 18.
d. 15
e. none of the above
6. Calculate the standard deviation for the 50 season ticketholders.
7. 42% of customers purchase how many tickets or less?
a. 17
b. 14
c. 16
d. 15
11. Consider the following data for a sample of twenty students. The numbers represent the number of hours worked per week by students who were employed.
6 6 6 6 8 9 9 10 10 10 13 16 20 20 20 20 24 27 30 33
a. Determine the mean, median, and mode.
12. All Time Box Office Revenues Aggregated by Months
Rank 
Month 
Gross 
Movies Tracked 
1 
February, 2009 
769,343,640 
161 
2 
February, 2010 
754,693,066 
173 
3 
February, 2008 
695,270,466 
193 
4 
February, 2004 
666,141,251 
201 
5 
February, 2007 
639,647,238 
176 
6 
February, 2003 
631,460,961 
207 
7 
February, 2005 
629,957,988 
185 
8 
February, 2006 
625,426,175 
193 
9 
February 2002 
592,353,345 
98 
10 
February, 2001 
580,492,961 
95 
13. In Table 3, find the five number summary for 2008 Sales.
14. In Table 3, find the mean for 2008 Transactions.
15. In Table 3, find the standard deviation for 2009 Sales.
16. In Table 3, find the median for 2009 Transactions.
17. In Table 3, find the mean per transaction sale for 2008.
18. In Table 3, find the mean per transaction sale for 2009.
19. What year performed better based on per transaction sales based on the 68% standard deviation? Show all data points.
20. From Table 2, which job group has a higher mean? Which group has a higher median?
Subject  Mathematics 
Due By (Pacific Time)  10/19/2013 12:00 pm 
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