Develop a problem statement using the business problem selected in Week Two, which can be addressed with survey research.

Write a 10- to 13-question survey to collect primary data regarding your selected problem statement. You will not administer this survey as part of this assignment.

Include a mixture of categorical (nominal and ordinal) and quantitative (interval and ratio) variables in your survey questions.

Write a 700- to 1,050-word analysis of your survey. In your analysis, include the following:

Explain how the proposed survey addresses your problem statement.

Determine if your survey questions are appropriate for researching your business problem, and explain why they are.

Identify the level of measurement being used for each of your survey questions.

Explain which ethical implications must be considered when developing survey questions.

Attach your survey as an appendix to your survey paper. Do not use a survey written by someone other than you. The purpose of this assignment is to evaluate your ability to draft survey questions.

Individual Statistical Symbols and Definitions Matching Assignment

Resources: Statistical Symbols and Definitions Matching Assignment

Complete the Statistical Symbols and Definitions Matching Assignment located on your student website.

Learning Team Data Collection Paper

Resource: Week Two paper, the Internet, the University Library, Electronic Reserve Readings, and other resources

Locate at least four peer-reviewed, scholarly research articles that are relevant to your research topic.

Write a 1,050- to 1,750-word paper in which you include an edited version of last week’s Learning Team paper and the following components of the research process:

Review of literature

Summarize the peer-reviewed articles.

Describe how the articles apply to your research topic.

Sampling design

Define the population from which your samples came.

Was the sample size appropriate for this research topic? Explain.

Identify the possible sources of bias or error that could occur when sampling (validity and reliability).

Data collection

Display your data in both tabular and graphical formats.

Identify some primary data collection methods that could be used to collect data.

Discuss any possible ethical concerns regarding the collection of data.

Discussion Questions

Define and discuss discrete and continuous data. What are some differences between discrete and continuous data?

Define and discuss the Pareto chart. Where/How would a Pareto chart be used in your company?

Can discrete data be analyzed using a normal distribution? Why or why not?

Define and discuss Bayes’s Theorem?

State the General Law of Addition of Probabilities. Demonstrate the use of the General Law of Addition of Probabilities with an example from your work or life.

State the General Law of Multiplication of Probabilities. Demonstrate the General Law of Multiplication of Probabilities using an example from your life or work.

What type of graphical representation can be used with continuous data? What type of graphical representation can be used with discrete data?

What are some differences between discrete and continuous data?

Is the measurement of money continuous or discrete? Explain.

Can discrete data be analyzed using a normal distribution? Why or why not?

What are some differences between discrete and continuous data? Can discrete data be analyzed using a normal distribution? Why or why not?

Is the measurement of money continuous or discrete? Explain.

Can discrete data be analyzed using a normal distribution? Why or why not?