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...Due **Statistics** Report II This study analyzed the number of phone calls made home by a small sample (n=40) of undergraduate students. In this study, the number of phone calls made home was the dependent variable, and both the year of the student (freshmen, sophomore, junior, or senior) and the gender of the student were independent variables. Because this study has two independent variables and one dependent variable, a factorial ANOVA design is most appropriate. The gender factor has two levels: male and female, and the year factor has four levels (freshmen, sophomore, junior, or senior), meaning we have a 4x2 ANOVA design. Because we have a 4x2 ANOVA design, one interaction effect is possible (between the gender and...

2 Pages(500 words)Statistics Project

...?Because there are 50 numbers, we can divide these numbers into groups of 10 (5 groups). Next we subtract the lowest number from the highest number (76 — 16 = 60). After this, we will divide the difference by the number of groups that we came up with (60 / 5 = 12). Once we get the class width (12), we add it to the lowest number in order to get the lowest class limit (16 + 12 = 28). If we keep on repeating this step, we can determine all the appropriate class limits (28 + 12 = 40, 40 + 12 = 52, 52 + 12 = 64, and 64 + 12 = 76). Because these are the maximum limits, we have to subtract 1 from each class limit (16 + 12 — 1 = 27, 28 + 12 — 1 = 39, 40 + 12 — 1 = 51, 52 + 12 — 1 = 63). Now that we have worked this out, we can create... there are 50 ...

1 Pages(250 words)Math Problem

...on the subject of the conflict and the **history** of emotional flexibility from prior conflicts (Lichtwarck-Aschoff et al., 2009). This writer’s research problem will be focused on how parent-adolescent conflicts affect how clinically depressed adolescents disengage during these arguments, causing them to be emotionally rigid. The independent variable in this study will be parent-adolescent conflict, the dependent variable will be emotional rigidness, and confrontational disengagement these adolescents experience during conflict with parents will be the mediating variable. The sample population will consist of male and female adolescents who have been clinically diagnosed with depression, and between the ages of 13 and 19....

4 Pages(1000 words)Essay

...1. (a) (i) Stem-and-leaf display: Stem Leaves 2 5 6 7 8 8 3 2 3 5 7 8 9 4 3 7 7 5 8 6 7 9 6 Or Stem Leaves 2 0 4 5 7 8 8 3 2 3 4 6 8 9 4 2 6 7
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9
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(ii) As can be seen from the diagram, most of the prices are concentrated in the 2 and 3 stems, with decreasing number of leaves in 4, 5 stems and only one leaf at 6 and 9 stems. The shape of the distribution is close to binomial distribution.
(iii) The revised mean is(409*20-958)/19=380
(iv) Median for 20 house prices is (366+384)/2=377. The revised median for 19 houses is 366
(v) Q1=(283+285)/2=284
Q3=(467+472)/2=469.5
IQR=185.5
It would be better to measure spread with IQR instead of standard deviation because, unlike the standard deviation, it is not affected by values... (a) (i)...

4 Pages(1000 words)Essay

...Survey Research Select a quantitative article that is related to your research question in which the results of some type of a survey are reported. Examine the demographic **statistics** and the means and standard deviations for items on the survey. What do they tell you about the sample? Discuss the ethical issues related to gathering demographic and survey data.
The study chosen was the Williams et. al. (1998) study wherein the researchers attempted to evaluate the extent to which patient literacy was related to their knowledge of asthma and effective use of the MDI.
The study presents demographic **statistics** predominantly in the form of frequencies and percentages, and some in the form of means and S.D.’s. The data shows us... ? Read the...

2 Pages(500 words)Assignment

...Air Carrier Safety “**History**, **Statistics**, and Forecast” Approximately billion people travel each year by air on the many domestic and international airlines. On U.S. air carriers alone, it has been predicted that in the coming two decades, the number of passengers will double. Therefore In this paper, I discuss the **history** of air carrier safety, and the developments that have made travel more reliable. Next, I discuss the various organizations that help to increase the efficiency of air travel as well as safety. Finally I discuss some of the heath factors that occur during flight and describe the policies that are done to deal with such complications.
The first laws that deal with...

10 Pages(2500 words)Essay

..., particularly in the U.S. This research paper therefore aims at establishing the relationships between the changes in the GDP and house sales. In determining such relationships, this research paper will focus on literature material and the **statistical** inferences.
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The link between GDP and the change in the sales of the housing and real estate units is evidenced by the data on the performance if these two variable over time. The data from the department of labor and economics show that these two variables have a strong positive relationship. This is evidenced by the great global economic and financial crisis of 2009 that negatively affected the housing and real estate sector through the housing bubbles. These...

2 Pages(500 words)Research Paper

...**Statistics** Introduction Carbon dioxide’s concentration in the atmosphere is changing from time to time across the years. There are a number of evidences which show that the concentration of atmospheric carbon dioxide has been steady increasing globally. This rise is attributed to increasing human and industrial activities across the globe. Unlike moisture in the atmosphere, carbon dioxide is mixed well in the atmosphere thus its circle can go unnoticed due to relatively slow changes. The level or rather the amount of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere is measured easily because it is a greenhouse gas; causing surface warming.
Therefore, this paper presents carbon dioxide data and a presentation of its trend over the...

4 Pages(1000 words)Essay

...due **Statistics** Assignment Question Summary **Statistics** Life Expectancy Mean 76.0752 Standard Error 0.257757 Median 76.38245
Mode
#N/A
Standard Deviation
1.840753
Sample Variance
3.388371
Kurtosis
-0.55827
Skewness
-0.66657
Range
6.808189
Minimum
71.86361
Maximum
78.6718
Sum
3879.835
Count
51
From the summary **statistics**, the data is normally distributed with the mean approximately equal the median. (76.0752 ≈ 76.38245). Moreover, the skewness is not **statistically** different from zero.
Question 2
Life expected can be termed as directly influenced by the average income. The scatter diagram shows that higher income earners have higher life expectancy. Note also that the...

2 Pages(500 words)Assignment

...a regression model as shown below:
Regression **Statistics**
Multiple R
0.722330899
R Square
0.521761927
Adjusted R Square
0.515577814
Standard Error
635277.1578
Observations
236
Coefficients
Standard Error
t Stat
P-value
Lower 95%
Upper 95%
Intercept
-591420.7785
153485.3741
-3.85327
0.00015
-893824
-289017
sq-ft
326.5526297
43.67605433
7.476697
0.00000
240.5002
412.605
BATHS
160839.1163
43292.87465
3.715141
0.00025
75541.68
246136.6
BEDS
8436.754376
42477.8691
0.198615
0.84274
-75254.9
92128.43
Df
SS
MS
F
Significance F
Regression
3
1.02151E+14
3.41E+13
84.37134
0.0000
Residual
232
9.36299E+13
4.04E+11
Total
235
1.95781E+14
The above regression model can be summarized as: House Price = -591420.7785 + 326.5526297...

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