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You must show your work on all problems.  You may type your answer right into this document.

Total points for project:  45 points.

Projects must be submitted as a Microsoft Word document and uploaded to the Dropbox for Unit 3.
All Projects are due by Tuesday at 11:59 PM ET of the assigned Unit.

NOTE: Project problems should not be posted to the Discussion threads. Questions on the project problems should be addressed to the instructor by sending an email or by attending office hours.

Part I.   Basic Computations

1. Monthly sales in thousands of dollars for women’s dresses at a local department store for last year were:

 Jan:  \$125 Feb: \$214 Mar: \$236 Apr:  \$801 May:  \$595 June: \$550 July:  \$645 Aug:  \$732 Sep:  \$1030 Oct: \$880 Nov:  \$985 Dec:  \$1750

a.       Determine the mean monthly sales, rounded to the nearest whole thousand (4 points)

b.      Determine the median monthly sales?  (3 points)

c.       Determine the mode? (3 points)

1. The data below shows the number of games played by a group of college volleyball players.

 Name GamesPlayed J. Rath 82 L. Patrone 68 S. Kandefer 110 J. Waldron 119 E. Braun 124 A. Street 116 B. Rowan 113 A. Pinak 67 L. Schwach 133 B. Smith 131 M. Lesser 124 K. O\'Connor 18 V. Petko 110 R. Moore 127 K. Cooper 135 Name GamesPlayed C. Worth 113 A. Baker 113 A. Kamsch 76 M. Springer 154 C. Sullivan 67 J. Pike 52 A. DiPoala 143 K. Parish 18 C. Schiavello 112 J. Brown 41 S. Jokajtys 81 E. Amand 45 L. Kraft 81 K. Sessions 52

Create a frequency distribution for the number of games played, using the intervals shown.  Compute the frequency and relative frequency.

 Range Frequency (5 points) Relative Frequency (5 points) < 44 45 – 69 70 – 84 85 – 99 100 – 114 115 - 129 130 – 144 > 145

Part II.  Case Study

1. A small fullfillment company provides promotion services to local businesses that offer mail-in offers to their customers.  For example, a soft-drink manufacturer might decide to offer a free beach towel to their customers who purchase 5 of their 1-liter soft drink bottles.   The fulfillment company will store all the beach towels in a big warehouse.  The customer is instructed on the mail-in offer to send their proof-of-purchase to the fulfillment company.  The fulfillment company handles all the shipping and handling of the beach towels and sends the products directly to the customers.

The fulfillment company employs 20 people with the following annual salaries:

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1. Monthly sales in thousands of dollars for women’s dresses at a local department store for last year were:

Jan:  \$125

Feb: \$214

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