1. You are given only three quarterly seasonal indices and quarterly seasonally adjusted data for the entire year.Â What is…
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[removed] Alpha and Delta
Delta and Gamma
Alpha and Gamma
Std Dev and Mean

[removed] Large mean values indicate nonautoregressiveness.

[removed] Ho: r = .05 p < .5
Ho: r = 1 p =.05
Ho: r â‰ 0 pâ‰¤.05
Ho: r = 0 pâ‰¤.05

[removed] The estimated value is 80% of the average monthly seasonal estimate.

[removed] H1: u â‰¥ $1.258,000 A onetailed ttest to the left.

[removed] Time series data of profits by store.

[removed] Type 2 error

[removed] The weight cannot be calculated since the data observation is not given.

[removed] Zero mean with an normal distribution

[removed] Randomness only occurs for short time periods.

[removed] Yes. The correlation coefficient is .873 that is greater than .05.

[removed] Yes, since the residuals randomly vary in magnitude.

[removed] Winters with a very low seasonal coefficient. Single with a very low trend coefficient.

[removed] Large amounts of available business data naturally create statistical accuracy.

[removed] The significance level of the smoothing constants

[removed] 3 period moving average

[removed] Yes, since the p value is above the confidence level.

[removed] Seasonal moving averages and the trend data series.

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[removed] Double Exponential Smoothing (Holt’s)

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