## SPATIAL DATA ANALYSIS AND MAPPING:Regression and Spatial Regression

University of Toronto at Mississauga | Department of Geography | Winter 2016 SPATIAL DATA ANALYSIS AND MAPPING (GGR276) Assignment 2: Regression and Spatial Regression Objectives: 1. Develop skills related to the application of statistics to the analysis of hypotheses. 2.

## The following transactions for the month of August 2010 were extracted from the books of Ali Merchants August 6 Goods bought on credit worth sh 900 invoice no.013 from shah traders 8 Credit purchases amounting to sh 840 invoice no.002 from Kamau Traders 15 Credit purchases worth sh 1,000 invoice no.615 from Mutiso wholesalers. 21 Purchased goods on credit amounting to sh 2,500 invoice no.712 from Kapkoi traders. 28 Bought goods on credit from Serem Traders worth sh 550 invoice no.216. Required: a) Record the above transactions in a purchases journal. (8 marks) b) Explain the aspects in which accounts of business are affected by the operation of: i) The consistency concept (4 marks)

1. a) Differentiate between cash transactions and credit transaction. (4 marks) b) Explain three uses of ledger accounts in business. (6 marks) c) Briefly describe functions of accounting information to a Business Enterptise. (10 marks) 2. a) Explain five errors

## An experimental research must adhere to the following characteristics of scientific research:

Q1.An experimental research must adhere to the following characteristics of scientific research: a.control,validity,randomization b.validity,accuracy,randomization c.randomization,manipulation,control d.cotrol,accuracy,randomization (1 mark) Q.2.A variable that a researcher manipulate or introduces into a situation to determine its effect on another variable is referred to as

## A variable that a researcher manipulate or introduces into a situation to determine its effect on another variable is referred to as the:

Q1.An experimental research must adhere to the following characteristics of scientific research: a.control,validity,randomization b.validity,accuracy,randomization c.randomization,manipulation,control d.cotrol,accuracy,randomization (1 mark) Q.2.A variable that a researcher manipulate or introduces into a situation to determine its effect on another variable is referred to as

## The following are some non-probability sampling methods:

Q1.An experimental research must adhere to the following characteristics of scientific research: a.control,validity,randomization b.validity,accuracy,randomization c.randomization,manipulation,control d.cotrol,accuracy,randomization (1 mark) Q.2.A variable that a researcher manipulate or introduces into a situation to determine its effect on another variable is referred to as

## The first step in the research process is:

Q1.An experimental research must adhere to the following characteristics of scientific research: a.control,validity,randomization b.validity,accuracy,randomization c.randomization,manipulation,control d.cotrol,accuracy,randomization (1 mark) Q.2.A variable that a researcher manipulate or introduces into a situation to determine its effect on another variable is referred to as

## A type of research where data is collected on only one occasion with same subjects is referred to as:

Q1.An experimental research must adhere to the following characteristics of scientific research: a.control,validity,randomization b.validity,accuracy,randomization c.randomization,manipulation,control d.cotrol,accuracy,randomization (1 mark) Q.2.A variable that a researcher manipulate or introduces into a situation to determine its effect on another variable is referred to as

## The length in centimeters of twelve rods are as follows: Find the mean value and standard deviation. 5.33, 5.31, 5.33, 5.22, 5.29, 5.34, 5.35, 5.31, 5.27, 5.28, 5.32, 5.25

1)a) Find an equation with integral co-efficients, whose roots are the squares of the roots of the equation 2×2 + 5x – 6 = 0 (5 marks) b) Find the greatest value of: -10 + 14x – 2×2 and state

## Four fair coins are thrown and the number of heads are counted. What are the chances that 0, 1, 2, 3, and 4 heads are obtained?

a) The length in centimeters of twelve rods are as follows: Find the mean value and standard deviation. 5.33, 5.31, 5.33, 5.22, 5.29, 5.34, 5.35, 5.31, 5.27, 5.28, 5.32, 5.25 ( 7 marks) b) Four fair coins are thrown and

## The experiment is repeated 128 times. Draw a table to show the numbers of throws one could expect to give 0, 1, 2, 3 and 4 heads.

a) The length in centimeters of twelve rods are as follows: Find the mean value and standard deviation. 5.33, 5.31, 5.33, 5.22, 5.29, 5.34, 5.35, 5.31, 5.27, 5.28, 5.32, 5.25 ( 7 marks) b) Four fair coins are thrown and