To explain what happened and to project towards the future, we test are Marketing Objectives by using: a. Marketing Strategy B. Marketing Metrics C. Market Positioning D. Marketing Plans.
B. Marketing Metrics
Assume that random guesses are made for 5 multiple choice questions on an ACT test, so that there are n=5 trials, each with probability of success given by p=0.20. Find the probability of no correct answers.
P(X is at least 3) = P(X>=3) = P(X=3) + P(X=4) + P(X=5) = (5 c 3)(.2)3(.8)2 + (5 c...
In a single year, Scores on standardized tests and California's public schools rose by ten points. Therfor, more Children than ever are succeeding in Americas public school system. What is this an example of? Either...or fallacy? Or post hoc fallacy?
The public schools would be, yes.
Marissa got a poor grade on her test because her grandfather was in the hospital and she was there all night so she had no time to study this is an example of a_ _ _ attribution a. situational, B. dispositional, C. fundamental, D. congnition. Please help!
This is an example of a A.situational attribution
When the teacher talked to her students about there poor performance on a test, she assumed they had been to lazy to do the work? This is an example of the: a. base rate fallacy. B. social cognition error. C. fundamental attribution error. D. reification error.
B. social cognition error.