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This analysis is aimed at investigating the significant difference between the USFOX and BRITISHFOX. In this study, the variables are F1 Height at shoulders in centimetres, F2 body length in centimetres, and F3 weight in kilograms. In this case we will investigate if there is any difference in adult male red fox measurements between the US and Great Britain. The difference between the two populations USFOX and British FOX will also be investigated in this research. In this study, we will investigate if there exists any correlation between the height at the shoulders, and the length of the body (Tunner. D. E and Youssef-Morgar C.M, 2013). The correlation between the height of the body and the weight of the body. The correlation between the length of the body and the weight of the body. We will first explore the population to investigate the univariate normality and bivariate normality, Kutner, M. H., C. J. Nachtsheim, J. Neter, andW. Li (2005). We will also explore the relationship between the variables. We use the r-program to do the analysis test for univariate and bivariate normal. Statistics is in every day activities, and its hard to go without any encounter of statistics (Campbell, G, Stonehouse, G & Houston, B 2002). Without statistics, we couldn’t be able to plan our budgets, pay our taxes, enjoy ourselves to the fullest or even evaluate our performance in the various job positions.
Descriptive statistics includes qualitatively describing the features of gathering of information. Descriptive statistics aims at summarizing the sample unlike inferential statistics that aim at learning about the population. The descriptive statistics are not obtained on the ground of probability theory. Some of the measures used to define the data are the measures of central tendency and the measures of dispersion (Brue Stanley. & Randy Grant, 2007). The measure of central tendency that we are going to look at include; mean,
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This research is conducted in accordance with the requirements of the course. The expected learning outcome is the theoretical knowledge of various multivariate analysis techniques and their practical applications. The real world contains innumerable such scenarios where the processing requires multiple inputs and outputs.
Significant differences are apparent in the management structures of the two companies. The concept of statistical analysis is alien to Company W’s management, but the norm at WidgeCorp. The two companies are to merge their management approaches in a year’s time, and both are to employ factor analysis to analyze data.
“Very few early adolescents (both boys and girls) are sexually active. (0.6% of 10-year-olds, 1.1% of 11-year-olds and 2.4% of 12-year-olds.) The incidence of pregnancy among girls aged 12 or younger is minuscule. However adolescence is a time of rapid change, sexual activity is more common among older teens, including one-third (33%) of those aged 16, nearly half are sexually active, (48%) of those aged 17, 61% to, 71% are 18- and 19-year-old, respectively.” (Lawrence & Jesse, 2013) This is a trend which has been known for quite a number of decades now.
The summary of the variables is shown below: Veteran Males (VM) Veteran Females (VF) Non-Veteran Males (NVM) Non-Veteran Females (NVF) Retired Veterans (RV) The analysis classified the variables in two different ways. The first classification style was according to the years between 2009 and 2012.
The author of the paper would like to draw readers’ attention to a small class activity. It is rather apt to call it a small quiz as they will spare a few minutes for each one of you to consider ones reading abilities. However, this exercise is intended for fun and the results must not be taken seriously.
This technique is basically used for segmentation.
The respondents can be classified the various clusters on the basis of the importance they give to various facilities provided. The clustering methods are simple procedure and are based on algorithms. It is not based on statistical reasoning.
However, it does need to be formatted into a question using what and ending with a question mark. It is also relevant considering the increasing numbers of students who drive nowadays.
The sampling technique
For example, describing how many people, out of a sample of fifty, watch which news channels during primetime comes under descriptive statistics, while analyzing the group of the people selected and then generalizing the results on a certain