Quantitative Methods for Management

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Running head: ADVANCED QUANTITATIVE METHODS FOR MANAGERSAdvanced Quantitative Methods for ManagersName of the Student:Name of the University:Author’s note:
1ADVANCED QUANTITATIVE METHODS FOR MANAGERSTable of ContentsSubject 1.....................................................................................................................................31.1.Hypotheses:.................................................................................................................31.2.Linear Regression Model:...........................................................................................31.3.Conclusion:..................................................................................................................31.4.Recommendation:........................................................................................................4Subject 2.....................................................................................................................................42.1. Hypotheses:.....................................................................................................................42.2. Linear Regression Model:...............................................................................................42.3. Conclusion:.....................................................................................................................52.4. Recommendation:...........................................................................................................5Subject 3.....................................................................................................................................53.1. Regression coefficients:..................................................................................................53.2. Linear Regression Equation:...........................................................................................63.3. Scatter Diagram:..............................................................................................................63.4. Slope, Intercept, Coefficient of Determination and F-statistic:......................................63.5. Correlation coefficient:...................................................................................................73.6. Significance at 1% level of significance:........................................................................7Subject 4.....................................................................................................................................74.1. Linear Regression coefficients:.......................................................................................84.2. Linear Regression Equation:...........................................................................................8
2ADVANCED QUANTITATIVE METHODS FOR MANAGERS4.3. Interpretation of b1:.........................................................................................................84.4. Scatter plot:.....................................................................................................................84.5. Difference between Linear Model and Log-Linear Model:............................................9Conclusion:................................................................................................................................9References:...............................................................................................................................10
3ADVANCED QUANTITATIVE METHODS FOR MANAGERSSubject 1.1.1.Hypotheses:Null Hypothesis (H0): Knowledge does not have linear significant association with theamount of Expenditures.Alternative Hypothesis (HA): Knowledge have linear significant association with the amountof Expenditures.1.2.Linear Regression Model:Dependent variable:Expenditure;Independent variable:Knowledge.The dependent variable of the linear regression model is “Expenditures” and the independentvariable is “Knowledge”. We test the null hypothesis at 5% level of significance. The linearregression model indicates that the F-statistic is 0.302 with significant p-value = 0.583.1.3.Conclusion:The significant p-value is greater than 0.05. As, 0.05<0.583, we can accept the nullhypothesis that “Knowledge” does not have significant effect on “Expenditures” at 5% levelof significance (Fabozzi et al. 2014).Therefore, it is 95% evident that the independent variable “Knowledge” does not havesignificant linear effect on “Expenditures”.
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