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SAMLab Tip Sheet #5 Creating Graphs The purpose of this tip sheet is to provide a basic demonstration of how to create graphs with Excel. Excel can generate a wide variety of graphs, but we will use only two as primary examples. Fortunately, many of the s
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Psych 315 Summer 08 Homework 4 short key REMINDER: This short key includes numerical answers only. Answers to the Excel problems are also not included. Those answers which require a short written response are not included here. Please use this key t
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Psych 315 Practice Problems for the Final Choose the Test (problems based, in part, on Kirk, 1999): 1. A college dean believed that car ownership among students leads to lower grades. To test this hypothesis, she obtained a random sample of student c
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Psych 315 Practice Problems for the Final Choose the Test (problems based, in part, on Kirk, 1999): 1. A college dean believed that car ownership among students leads to lower grades. To test this hypothesis, she obtained a random sample of student c
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Name _ Student ID _ Psych 315 Spring 2008 QUIZ 2 (37 points) * You have 30 minutes to complete this quiz.Please budget your time wisely. * Use a pencil. * Show all your work. Part A. For questions 18, use the following sample of 8 typing spee
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Name_KEY_ ID_ Psych315Spring2008 QUIZ3(30points) *Youhave35minutestocompletethisquiz.Pleasebudgetyourtimewisely. *Useapencil. *Showallyourwork. *Unlessotherwisespecified,keep3decimalsinyourworkandroundtotwo decimalplaces. PartA.Questions12arebasedont
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Name _ ID _ Psych 315 Spring 2008 QUIZ 3 (30 points) * You have 35 minutes to complete this quiz.Please budget your time wisely. * Use a pencil. * Show all your work. * Unless otherwise specified, keep 3 decimals in your work and round to two
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Name _ ID _ Psych 315 Spring 2008 QUIZ 4 (35 points) * You have 30 minutes to complete this quiz.Please budget your time wisely. * Use a pencil. * Show all your work. Round answers to 4 decimals. Part A. 1. You roll a fair die three times. T
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Psych 315 Summer 08 Homework 4 short key REMINDER: This short key includes numerical answers only. Answers to the Excel problems are also not included. Those answers which require a short written response are not included here. Please use this key t
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Psych 315 Spring 09 Homework 9 short key REMINDER: This short key includes numerical answers only. Those answers which require a short written response are not included here. Please use this key to check your answers before turning your homework in.
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Independent samples t-test Traditional New 78 55 95 57 60 80 50 83 90 70 50 80 48 65 85 Sum Mean Sx Sy Sp Sx-y t-obt t-crit p-value t-test 1046 69.73 15.78 14.54 15.17 5.54 0.84 2.05 0.41 x-xbar (x-xbar)^2 y-y bar (y-ybar)^2 74 8.267 68.338 8.93 79
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Psych 315 Spring 09 Homework 7 Key CHAPTER 18 1. (a) ( = 99, 2 = .025) s 1.985 12 = = 1.2 100 CI = = 63 (1.985)(1.2) = 63 s 2.382 Therefore, C(60.62 x 65.38) = 0.95 = 12 ; so = (b) ( = 99, 2 = .005) s 2.627 CI = = 63 (2.627)(1.2)
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Excel HW #1 Central High scores 105 102.733 Sample mean 98 15 Sample size 98 98 Population mean 105 4.978 Estimated Population SD 101 112 1.285 Estimated Standard Error of the mean 110 3.683 t-obt 95 96 2.145 t-crit, alpha=.05 105 0.002 two-tailed p-
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Psych 315 Summer 08 Homework 6 short key REMINDER: This short key includes numerical answers only. Those answers which require a short written response are not included here. Answers to the Excel problems are also not included. Please use this key t
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Psych 315 Final Exam Study Guide This is meant to be a guide to important list, please do not consider it an exhaustive list of terms and concepts to know. The first nine chapters involve description of data (ie, descriptive statistics). You are not
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Psychology 315: Understanding Statistics in Psychology Lab Syllabus, Spring 2009 Graduate TAs Danny ORourke email: djo13@u.washington.edu Office hours: Mondays, 1:30-2:20 Wednesdays, 10:30-11:20 Location: SAMLab, Chemistry Library 210C Rachel Severso