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Question 4 Question 5 Question 6 Question 7
83
83
15
15
74
74
13
13
76
76
19
19
98
98
36
36
84
84
10
10
96
96
9
9
78
78
10
10
71
71
9
9
76
76
13
13
92
92
12
12
81
81
22
22
93
93
15
15
15
15
11
11
15
15
City
Albuquerque
Atlanta
Austin
Baltimore
Boston
Charlotte
Chicago
Time (minutes)
23.3
28.3
24.6
32.1
31.7
25.8
38.1
The average number of minut
to work is 27.7 minutes (Sterl
13, 2012). The average comm
48 cities are to the left
Cincinnati
24.9
Compute Descriptive Stats for
Cleveland
Columbus
Dallas
Denver
Detroit
El Paso
Fresno
Indianapolis
Jacksonville
Kansas City
Las Vegas
Little Rock
26.8
23.4
28.5
28.1
29.3
24.4
23.0
24.8
26.2
23.4
28.4
20.1
Los Angeles
32.2
Louisville
Memphis
Miami
Milwaukee
Minneapolis
Nashville
New Orleans
New York
Oklahoma City
Orlando
Philadelphia
Phoenix
Pittsburgh
Portland
Providence
Richmond
Sacramento
Salt Lake City
San Antonio
San Diego
21.4
23.8
30.7
24.8
23.6
25.3
31.7
43.8
22.0
27.1
34.2
28.3
25.0
26.4
23.6
23.4
25.8
20.2
26.1
24.8
Find out the 3rd quartile
How is this sample compered
average. (just give me any con
found interesting)
San Francisco
San Jose
Seattle
St. Louis
Tucson
Tulsa
Washington, D.C.
32.6
28.5
27.3
26.8
24.0
20.1
32.8
e number of minutes Americans commute
27.7 minutes (Sterling’s Best Places, April
The average commute time in minutes for
e to the left
Descriptive Stats for the Data to the left
e 3rd quartile
sample compered to the population
ust give me any conclusion that you have
resting)
Business School
Melbourne Business School
University of New South Wales (Sydney)
Indian Institute of Management (Ahmedabad)
Chinese University of Hong Kong
International University of Japan (Niigata)
Asian Institute of Management (Manila)
Indian Institute of Management (Bangalore)
National University of Singapore
Indian Institute of Management (Calcutta)
Australian National University (Canberra)
Nanyang Technological University (Singapore)
University of Queensland (Brisbane)
Hong Kong University of Science and Technology
Macquarie Graduate School of Management (Sydney)
Chulalongkorn University (Bangkok)
Monash Mt. Eliza Business School (Melbourne)
Asian Institute of Management (Bangkok)
University of Adelaide
Massey University (Palmerston North, New Zealand)
Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology
Jamnalal Bajaj Institute of Management Studies (Bombay)
Curtin Institute of Technology (Perth)
Lahore University of Management Sciences
Universiti Sains Malaysia (Penang)
De La Salle University (Manila)
Full-Time
Students
Local
Enrollment per Faculty Tuition ($)
200
5
24,420
228
4
19,993
392
5
4,300
90
5
11,140
126
4
33,060
389
5
7,562
380
5
3,935
147
6
6,146
463
8
2,880
42
2
20,300
50
5
8,500
138
17
16,000
60
2
11,513
12
8
17,172
200
7
17,355
350
13
16,200
300
10
18,200
20
19
16,426
30
15
13,106
30
7
13,880
240
9
1,000
98
15
9,475
70
14
11,250
30
5
2,260
44
17
3,300
Descriptive Stats
The pursuit of a higher education degree in business is now international. A s
choose the master of business administration (MBA) degree route to corpora
applicants for MBA courses at Asia-Pacific schools continues to increase.
Across the region, thousands of Asians show an increasing willingness to tem
years in pursuit of a theoretical business qualification. Courses in these schoo
economics, banking, marketing, behavioral sciences, labor relations, decision
more. The data set in above shows some of the characteristics of the leading
Use the methods of descriptive statistics to summarize the data above. Discuss your
Include a summary for each variable in the data set. Make comments and interpretatio
the appropriate means and proportions. What new insights do these descriptive statist
schools?
Summarize the data to compare the following:
Any difference between local and foreign tuition costs.
Any difference between mean starting salaries for schools requiring and not requiring
Any difference between starting salaries for schools requiring and not requiring English
ve Stats
Foreign
Tuitiion ($)
29,600
32,582
4,300
11,140
33,060
9,000
16,000
7,170
16,000
20,300
8,500
22,800
11,513
19,778
17,355
22,500
18,200
23,100
21,625
17,765
1,000
19,097
26,300
2,260
3,600
Age
%Foreign GMAT
28
47
Yes
29
28
Yes
22
0
No
29
10
Yes
28
60
Yes
25
50
Yes
23
1
Yes
29
51
Yes
23
0
No
30
80
Yes
32
20
Yes
32
26
No
26
37
Yes
34
27
No
25
6
Yes
30
30
Yes
29
90
No
30
10
No
37
35
No
32
30
No
24
0
No
29
43
Yes
23
2.5
No
32
15
No
28
3.5
Yes
English
Work
Starting
Test Experience Salary ($)
No
Yes
71,400
No
Yes
65,200
No
No
7,100
No
No
31,000
Yes
No
87,000
No
Yes
22,800
No
No
7,500
Yes
Yes
43,300
No
No
7,400
Yes
Yes
46,600
No
Yes
49,300
No
Yes
49,600
No
Yes
34,000
No
Yes
60,100
No
Yes
17,600
Yes
Yes
52,500
Yes
Yes
25,000
No
Yes
66,000
Yes
Yes
41,400
Yes
Yes
48,900
No
Yes
7,000
No
Yes
55,000
No
No
7,500
Yes
Yes
16,000
No
Yes
13,100
ternational. A survey shows that more and more Asians
oute to corporate success. As a result, the number of
o increase.
lingness to temporarily shelve their careers and spend two
s in these schools are notoriously tough and include
ations, decision making, strategic thinking, business law, and
s of the leading Asia-Pacific business schools.
ve. Discuss your findings.
and interpretations based on maximums and minimums, as well as
descriptive statistics provide concerning Asia-Pacific business
nd not requiring work experience.
requiring English tests.

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