There are 3 questions here. The first question under the “Don’t miss the mark” section has to be answered. The next 2 questions under “Data Description”, you can choose between either of those to answer. Please make sure that at least 1 reference is used for each section if possible. I always use multiple plagiarism checkers, so please ensure that you work is 100% authentic. If there are any issues viewing the links, please try to copy and paste into your browser and then let me know if they don’t work. I will be glad to help you in any way that I can. Please try and keep answers with the appropriate titles (ex. Dont Miss the Mark)
“Don’t Miss the Mark”
Watch the following videos
- There are two (2) very different target markets and sales forces discussed in the videos. Identify some of the key differences between the organizations’ sales forces and target markets. Explain the value of developing a sales force based on the target market. Use examples from each video to support your response.
“Data Description” (Note: Please respond to one  of the following two  bulleted items)
- From the e-Activity, the table shows Average Insurance Costs by State. Select two (2) states that are of interest to you. Next, speculate on three (3) possible reasons why the states you have chosen would have a difference in average insurance costs.
- What measures of central tendency or variation have you been reading about or listening to in the news today? For example, lately there have been numerous news reports on the mean price of gas or the median price of homes in a particular state, etc. Is the measure you discuss in your post being used correctly? Why or why not?
E-Activity= Read the article titled, “Auto Insurance Costs: Where Does Your State Rank?” located at http://www.cbsnews.com/8301-505145_162-40542496/auto-insurance-costs-where-does-your-state-rank/. Be prepared to discuss.
What additional questions would you want to ask the author of the news article/story you are discussing to determine if the data they are reporting on is being reported correctly?