Are you clever enough to work as market research exective?
Ya se lo que están pensando: si A puede yo también puedo. No me cabe la menor duda. Aún así te invito a que compitas contra ti mismo y rellenes este test y me lo envíes.
El test es realmente simple, cualquiera puede contestarlo.
Es importante que cada respuesta a cada pregunta la justifiques y para mi estadística necesito que me pongas tu nombre, edad, estudios realizados, género, años que llevas trabajando en investigación de mercados, compañía en la que trabajas y tu mail.
Prometo contestar a cada uno de los test que reciba y verás los resultados en este mismo sitio.
Aquí empieza el test. Qué lo disfrutes!.
1. Please write the last four digits of your telephone number.
2. Is the number of physicians in Madrid higher or lower than this number?.
3. What is your best guess as to the number or physicians in Madrid?.
4. A bat and a ball together cost €1.10. The bat costs € 1 more than the ball. How much does the ball cost?.
5. A health survey was conducted in a sample of adult males in Madrid, of all ages and occupations. Please give your best estimates of the following values:
a. What percentage of the men surveyed have had one or more hear attacks?.
b.What percentage of the men surveyed are both over 55 and have had one or more heart attacks?.
6. Are you above average in your job?.
7. Imagine these are four playing cards laid out in front of you. Each one has a letter on one side and a number on the other. If a card has an E, it should have a 4. Which cards do you need to turn over in order to see if I am telling the truth?:
E 4 K 7
8. Suppose an unbiased coin is flipped three times, and each time the coin lands as heads. If you had to bet € 1 on to next toss, what side would you choose?. Heads, tails or no preference.
9. If it takes 5 machines 5 minutes to make 5 widgets, how long would it take 100 machines to make 100 widgets?.
10. If Juan can drink one barrel of water in 6 days and Mary can drink one barrel of water in 12 days, how long would it take them to drink one barrel of water together?.
11. Imagine that Spain is preparing for the outbreak of an unusual disease, which is expected to kill 600 people. Two alternative programmes to combat the disease have been proposed. Assume the exact scientific estimates of the consequences of the programmes are as follows:
a. If programme A is adopted 200 people will be saved.
b. If programme B is adopted there is one-third probability that 600 people will be saved and a two-thirds probability that no one will be saved.
Which programme do you choose?.
12. You are offered the following bet: On the toss of a fair coin, if you lose you must pay € 1; what is the minimum amount that you need to win in order to make this bet attractive to you?
13. In a lake, there is a patch of lily pads. Every day the patch doubles in size. If it takes 48 days for the patch to cover the entire lake, how long it take for the patch to cover half the lake?.
14. The same disease from question 11 is back. Only this time the two programmes now have the following payoffs:
c. If programme C is adopted 400 people will die.
d. If programme D is adopted there is one-third probability that nobody will die and a two two-thirds probability that 600 people will die.
Which programme do you support?.
15. A student at a university has a Grade Point Average (GPA) of 3.8 in her first semester. The average GPA at the university is 3.1. What will be her GPA percentile when she graduates as a senior? (The better she does the higher the percentile, i.e. 100 would be top people in the year).
16. You are on a game show. You are offered a choice of one of three doors. Behind two of the doors there is a goat. Behind one the doors there is a car. When you announce the door you have chosen, the host of the show opens one of the two doors not selected by you and reveals a goat. After he has done this, he offers you the opportunity to switch your choice. Should you stick or switch?.
17. You are now going to play a game against the others sitting in this room. The game is simply this: pick a number between 0 and 100. The winner of the game will be the person who guesses the number closest two-thirds of the average number picked. What would be your guess?.
18. Consider the following diagnostic problems for a group of fictional diseases:
a. A patient is presenting symptoms and history suggest a diagnosis of globoma, with about .8 probability. If it isn´t globoma, it’s either popitis of flapemia. Each disease has its own treatment, wich is ineffective against the other two diseases. A test called the ET scan would certainty yield a positive result if the patient had popitis, and a negative result if she has flapemia. If the patient has globoma, a positive and a negative result are equally likely. If the ET scan was the only test you could do, should you do it?. Why or why not?.
b. A different patient has a .8 probability of umphitis. A positive Z ray result would confirm the diagnosis, but a negative result would be inconclusive; if the result is negative, the probability would drop to .6. The treatment for umphitis is unpleasant, and you feel it is just as bad to give the treatment to a patient without the disease as to let a patient with the disease go untreated. If the Z ray were the only test you could do, should you do it?. Why or why not?.
19. Why are manhole covers round?.
20. We have a machine that produces a red and a yellow signal at random with a frequency of 75% red and 25% yellow. You must predict over 500 trials as much occurrences as possible, that means, you receive 1€ each time you predict the signal will be red and its’red or you predict the signal will be yellow and it’s yellow; and you lost 1€ each time you make a mistake. Explain your way of make the predictions …
21. The last and most simple: why the aircraft pilot are more prone to use simulator machines in training, than the doctors are?.