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Visit with a company of your interest (You have two to turn in the information )
1. Collect the following Information
a. Age of the employees
b. Salary of each employee
c. highest degree possible
d. Gender of each employee
Example: for one employee
2. Stem-and-Leaf Display for age of the employee
3. Descriptive statistics for the salary ( Include the mean, standard deviation, sample size , minimum and maximum.)
4. Histogram between degree and Salary
5. What is probability that employee is female?
6. What is the probability that employee makes above average salary (Look at the mean in number 2)?
|Employee number||Age||Salary ($)||Degree||Gender|
Visit with a company of your interest (You have two to turn in the information )...
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