# QNT 275 All Participations

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QNT 275 All Participations

QNT/275

STATISTICS FOR DECISION MAKING

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QNT 275 Week 1 Practice: Week 1 Discussion Question 1

Consider a decision you need to make at work or at home.

Post your response in the discussion area.

Note: This must be original; do not use examples from the Internet.

QNT 275 Week 1 Practice: Week 1 Discussion Question 2

What is statistics?

1. What is statistics?

1. How are statistics used in your organization for making decisions?

1. What decisions have you made based on statistics?

QNT 275 Week 2 Practice: Week 2 Discussion Question 1

Research the Internet for an example of a pie chart or bar chart.

Post a copy along with its source in the discussion area.

Include a question regarding the chart for your classmates to respond to.

Respond to a classmate’s question.

QNT 275 Week 2 Practice: Week 2 Discussion Question 2

Respond to the discussion question posted by your instructor.

Post your response in the discussion area.

This week, you were to watch the videos listed below.  Please comment on at least one of the videos, and tell us what you learned.  What questions do you have remaining about the topic?

• Creating Frequency distributions for qualitative data

• Summarizing data using bar graphs and pie charts

• Creating a frequency distribution using the FREQUENCY function

• Creating a histogram

• Calculating mean, median, and mode

• Calculating percentiles and quartiles

• Calculating variance and standard deviation

• Summarizing data using descriptive statistics

QNT 275 Week 3 Practice: Week 3 Discussion Question 1

Reference the Week 2 Case.

Respond to one of the following:

• Regarding requirement #4: What impact would an outlier have?

• Regarding requirement #5: Why is it important to look at dispersion?  Why is standard deviation a better measure of dispersion than the range?

Post your response in the discussion area.

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