Supporting the Hypothesis Res 341 Essay

1970 Words Oct 28th, 2012 8 Pages
Supporting the Hypothesis
RES/341

ABSTRACT
The Learning Team addressed Century National Bank and the possibility of the banks potential to earn revenue through a reduction in the interest earning accounts regulations and requirements. This week the calculations of the data collected from the data set samples of service and interest for Century National Bank will be the determining factor of the hypothesis. The independent clause is if the required services on interest earning accounts reduce and the dependent clause is the quantity of interest earning accounts will increase, thus leading to an increase in the bank’s revenue. The information gathered from the articles and data provide supporting details or not supporting
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The independent clause is: If the required services on interest earning accounts reduce and the dependent clause is: the quantity of interest earning accounts will increase, thus leading to an increase in the bank’s revenue.
Implementing the research to prove a hypothesis requires the variables to be precise and quantifiable to start the process. The samples used will determine the outcome of the research. Calculation and observation of the results from the samples will create the proof necessary to support or not to support the hypothesis. Investigation of the independent and dependent clauses will supply more support to the research. Materials such as a data set from the UOPX website, results from the calculation of said data set, articles supporting and not supporting the hypothesis and personal knowledge can help to quantify the findings.
Article Reviews
The summary of these articles will support the proposed hypothesis that if the required services on interest earning accounts reduce; the quantity of interest earning accounts will increase, thus leading to an increase in the bank’s revenue.
Article#1”Rewards for online banking rise. Sacramento credit union hopes to attract new customers by paying high interest on checking accounts.” Article #1 articulates its discoveries on high yield interest earning accounts without bias to the possible outcome of the abovementioned hypothesis for Learning Team “C.” In this

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