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A television producer wants to predict the success of new television programs. A program is considered successful if it survives its first season. Data on production costs, number of sponsors, and the total amount spent on promoting the program are available. A random sample of programs is selected, and the data are presented in the following table. Production costs are in millions of dollars, and promotions in hundreds of thousands of dollars; S denotes success and F failure.
Success/Failure Production Cost Number of Sponsors Promotions
S 2.5 1 2.1
F 1.1 1 3.7
S 2.0 1 2.8
F 2.5 1 1.8
F 2.5 1 1.0
S 3.7 2 5.5
S 3.6 3 5.0
Success/Failure Production Cost Number of Sponsors Promotions
S 2.7 1 4.1
S 1.9 1 6.9
F 1.3 1 1.5
S 2.6 2 2.0
S 3.5 3 3.8
F 1.9 1 1.0
S 6.8 1 2.1
S 5.0 1 1.9
S 4.6 3 4.1
S 3.0 2 3.9
S 2.5 3 7.0
S 1.8 2 6.6
F 2.0 2 1.1
S 3.5 3 3.8
S 1.8 3 8.1
S 5.6 1 4.2
F 1.5 2 3.0
S 4.4 4 5.0


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