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# Statistical Report For Aj Davis Department Chain Store

1814 words - 8 pages

1.0 Introduction
2.0 Individual Variable: Income
3.0 Individual Variable: Size 4.0 Individual Variable: Credit Balance(\$) 5.0 Pairing of Variables: Income(\$1000) vs. Years 6.0 Pairing of Variables: Credit Balance(\$) vs. Income(\$1000)
7.0 Pairing of Variables: Credit Balance(\$) vs. Location
8.0 Conclusion 9.0 References List

00 30, 54, 55 3

Stem-and-Leaf Display: INCOME(\$1000)

Stem-and-leaf of INCOME(\$1000) N = 50
Leaf Unit = 1.0

10 2 1122356779
22 3 000123457799
(8) 4 01224688
20 5 001244455
10 6 1223456677

The stem-and-leaf of Income(\$1000) given above shows the lowest income is \$21 thousands and the highest income is \$67 thousands among of N=50. Also, it shows how many of the households (on the left) on that income range. The result is easy to find on the stem-and-leaf.

3.0 Individual Variable: Size

Descriptive Statistics: SIZE

Variable Mean StDev Variance Minimum Q1 Median Q3 Maximum Range
SIZE 3.420 1.739 3.024 1.000 2.000 3.000 5.000 7.000 6.000

N for
Variable Mode Mode
SIZE 2 15

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The histogram given above shows the size how frequency appear base on the data set (total of 50 data set). The graph shows size 2 is the most frequently to show up and size 7 is the least frequently to show up. This means 2 people living in the household are majority of on this sample of 50 credit customers.

4.0 Individual Variable: Credit Balance(\$)

Descriptive Statistics: CREDIT BALANCE(\$)

Variable Mean StDev Variance Minimum Q1 Median Q3 Maximum
CREDIT BALANCE(\$) 3964 933 871411 1864 3109 4090 4748 5678

N for
Variable Range Mode Mode
CREDIT BALANCE(\$) 3814 3890 2

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The boxplot given above shows credit balance in dollar. It is very clear to show the median line in the middle, which is little above \$4000. By looking at the graph, it is easy to see there is a larger group of households of the sample group are below median. Meaning those households have a credit balance (\$) below \$4090.

5.0 Pairing of Variables: Income(\$1000) vs. Years

Descriptive Statistics: INCOME(\$1000)

Variable YEARS Mean StDev Variance Minimum Q1 Median Q3
INCOME(\$1000) 1 47.0 28.3 800.0 27.0 * 47.0 *
2 62.000 * * 62.000 * 62.000 *
4 30.00 1.41 2.00 29.00 * 30.00 *
5 35.50 2.12 4.50 34.00 * 35.50 *
6 64.000 * * 64.000 * 64.000 *
7 42.00 2.83 8.00 40.00 * 42.00 *
8 48.000 * * 48.000 * 48.000 *
9 54.500 0.707 0.500 54.000 * 54.500 *
10 66.000 * * 66.000 * 66.000 *
11 40.50 12.82 164.33 25.00 27.50 42.50 51.50
12 45.50 16.82 283.00 30.00 30.75 43.50 62.25
13 59.50 9.26 85.67 ...

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