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- Complete the problem included in the file WS3AppliedStatistics (Excel). Follow the directions in the worksheet to create:
- A mean and standard deviation
- Normal probability calculations using Excel functions

- Using Microsoft Word, write a brief paragraph explaining a scenario where you might employ the tools learned in this workshop to help solve a managerial problem in the workplace. Save your work and submit it along with your completed Excel file for this exercise. Name your Word file WS3_AppliedScenario.docx. Save your exercises as a single Excel file with one worksheet for each completed exercise. Name the file WS3AppliedStatistics.xlsx and title your submission WS3 Applied Statistics.

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RubricIDL 4 P&S 2021SIDL 4 P&S 2021SCriteriaRatingsPtsThis criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeMemorandum Header contentThe first four elements of the memorandum - "To", "CC", "From", and "Date" - are completed correctly2 ptsAll four identified elements of the header are completed correctly1.5 ptsThree of the four identified elements of the header are completed correctly1 ptsTwo of the four identified elements of the header are completed correctly0.5 ptsOne of the four identified elements of the header is completed correctly0 ptsTThe memorandum header elements are not completed correctly or are left blank2 ptsThis criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeThe memorandum subject line (RE) descriptionThe memorandum subject line includes the case and a brief description of what you are doing for it.2 ptsThe memorandum subject line is complete and well written1.3 ptsOne element of the subject line is unclear0.5 ptsThe memorandum subject line is missing an element0 ptsThe memorandum subject line is missing2 ptsThis criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeThe "Question Presented" sectionThe "Question Presented" accurately states the full case. The statement is concise, grammatically correct and stated as a question. The statement does not extend to information beyond the question.5 ptsThe "Question Presented" is very well done in that is it correct, complete, clear concise, and stated as a question.4.25 ptsThe "Question presented" is weak in one of the following ways: it is not correct, complete, clear, concise, or stated as a question.3.75 ptsThe "Question Presented" is weak in several of the following ways: it is not correct, complete, clear, concise, or stated as a question.3 ptsThe "Question Presented" is significantly weak in many of the following ways: it is not correct, complete, clear, concise, or stated as a question.0 ptsThe "Question Presented" is missing5 ptsThis criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeThe "Brief Answer" sectionThe "Brief Answer" is very well done in that is it is a correct statement of the answer, it completely describes what is being answered without describing how the answer was arrived at, it is clear, it is grammatically correct, and it concise5 ptsThe "Brief Answer" is very well done in that is it correct, complete, clear and concise4.25 ptsThe "Brief Answer" is weak in one of the following ways: it is not correct, complete, clear, or concise,3.75 ptsThe "Brief" is weak in several of the following ways: it is not correct, complete, clear, or concise.3 ptsThe "Brief Answer" is significantly weak in many of the following ways: it is not correct, complete, clear, and/or concise,0 ptsThe "Brief Answer" is missing5 ptsThis criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeThe "Facts" sectionThe "Facts" section completely and clearly presents the data that was provided in the project description. (This is the information you were provided before you engaged in solving the problem.) This information is presented in a way that a reader new to the topic and without and engineering or statistics background can follow and understand what you are presenting. (Present the information in a way that it flows logically for the reader. Include words that describe what the numbers represent when numbers are used.)15 ptsThe "Facts" section is very well done in that is it correct, complete, clear and concise13 ptsThe "Facts" section is weak in one of the following ways: it is not correct, complete, clear, or concise,11 ptsThe "Facts" section is weak in several of the following ways: it is not correct, complete, clear, and/or concise,9 ptsThe "Brief Answer" is significantly weak in many of the following ways: it is not correct, complete, clear, and/or concise,0 ptsThe "Facts" section is missing15 ptsThis criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeThe "Discussion" sectionThe "Discussion" section provides a description of how the student used the data provided to address the problem, why the approach used allows you to know what you need to in order to provide substaintial input into how the case should be determined, what you found doing the calculations, and what the outcome is. This must be accomplished in language that the audience for this memorandum can understand. Statistical terms must be limited, and with a definition or description of their purpose in plain language. This section must include an a plain language description of what this type of calculation accomplishes.15 ptsThe "Discussion" section is very well done in that is it correct, complete, and clear (written to be understandable for an audience who are not engineers or statisticians).13 ptsThe "Discussion" section is weak in one of the following ways: it not correct, complete, clear, or in plain language (written to be understandable for an audience who are not engineers or statisticians).11 ptsThe "Discussion" section is weak in several of the following ways: it not correct, complete, clear, and/or in plain language (written to be understandable for an audience who are not engineers or statisticians).9 ptsThe "Discussion" section is weak in many of the following ways: it not correct, complete, clear, and/or in plain language (written to be understandable for an audience who are not engineers or statisticians).0 ptsThe "Discussion" section is missing15 ptsThis criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeThe "Conclusion" sectionThe "Conclusion" section is included. This section synthesizes the entire memorandum and is clear, complete, concise, and uses language the audience will understand.8 ptsThe "Conclusion" section is very well done in that is it correct, complete, concise, and clear (written to be understandable for an audience not comprised of engineers or statisticians).6.8 ptsThe "Conclusion" section is weak in one of the following ways: it not correct, complete, concise, or clear, (written to be understandable for an audience not comprised of engineers or statisticians).6 ptsThe "Conclusion" section is weak in several of the following ways: it not correct, complete, concise, or clear, (written to be understandable for an audience not comprised of engineers or statisticians).5.2 ptsThe "Conclusion" section is weak in many of the following ways: it not correct, complete, clear, concise and/or in plain language (written to be understandable for an audience not comprised of engineers or statisticians).0 ptsThe "Conclusion" section is missing8 ptsThis criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeAppendix is includedAn appendix is included that presents your calculations (typewritten). This presentation demonstrates you understand the method completely by approaching the problem correctly and obtaining the correct answer. The calculations are presented with all details included.8 ptsThe Appendix is included, correctly, and complete (with full calculations shown)6.5 ptsThe Appendix is included, but is weak in one minor way or it is incomplete5 ptsThe Appendix is included, but is weak in several ways and/or incomplete0 ptsThe Appendix is missing8 ptsTotal Points: 60

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Rasmussen College Hypothesis Tests & Significance Level Worksheet

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APA FORMAT ACTIVE VOICE TIMES ROMAN 12 FREE OF GRAMMATICAL SPELLING SENTENCE STRUCTURE ERRORS FIRM GRASP OF ENGLISH LANGUAGE ZERO USE OF CONVERSATIONAL ENGLISH IN TEXT CITATIONS REFERENCE PAGE Grading Rubric A=4=Mastery For credit for these assignments, you must submit an Excel Workbook showing your calculations (must also include cell references) in addition to a Word Document in which you answer the questions and enter the values from your Excel Workbook. A 4 Mastery All problems are solved correctly. Complete and detailed steps are provided to explain how to solve the problem. Explanations demonstrate a mastery of understanding of the statistical concepts and terminology. All variables, equations, and expressions are properly formatted. CompetencyFormulate and evaluate hypothesis tests for population parameters based on sample statistics using both Critical Regions and P-Values, and be able to state results in a non-technical way that can be understood by consumers of the data instead of statisticians.Student ProfileYou are a statistician working for a drug company. A few new scientists have been hired by your company. They are experts in pharmacology, but are not experts in doing statistical studies, so you will explain to them how statistical studies are done when testing two samples for the effectiveness of a new drug. The two samples can be dependent or independent, and you will explain the difference.Concept being StudiedYour focus is on hypothesis tests and confidence intervals for two populations using two samples, some of which are independent and some of which are dependent. These concepts are an extension of hypothesis testing and confidence intervals which use statistics from one sample to make conclusions about population parameters.What to SubmitYour research and analysis should be presented on the Word document provided. All calculations should be provided on a separate Excel workbook that should be submitted to your boss as well.

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MTH109 Pepperdine University Traveling Salesman Problem Paper

Traveling Salesman ProblemFor this Critical Thinking assignment, you will
solve a real-world optimization problem using graph theory.Part I: Complete the following steps:
Select a
real-world optimization problem that is an example of the Traveling
Salesman Problem (TSP).
Create a graph modeling the
real-world scenario corresponding to the problem. Use weights to represent
the variable that you are optimizing.
Find an optimal solution for the
problem using the concepts studied in this module.
Part II: Based on your work in Part I, discuss the following:
Discuss your
rationale for your choice of the real-world optimization problem. How were
you able to identify that it was an example of the TSP? Why is this
example relevant?
Describe how you created the
graph modeling the real-world scenario corresponding to the problem.
Determine if the graph is
complete. If so, use your graph to describe the formula for computing the
number of Hamilton circuits.
Explain in detail how you solved
the problem.
Describe a method for finding a
non-optimal solution to the problem.
Consider another variable that
could be optimized in the problem. How would your answers to Part I be
affected by this change?
Discuss the advantages of using
graph theory to solve this problem.
Requirements:You must submit TWO files for this assignment.
The first file should contain the computations, graphs, diagrams, etc.,
associated with the questions in Part I. This file may be formatted as a
numbered list of answers. Unless stated in the problem, a narrative discussion
is not required, but you must provide enough information to show how you
arrived at the answer.The second file should be a 2-3-page narrative
paper, written in APA format, associated with the situation described in Part
II. Specific requirements for the paper are provided below:

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