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1. How many people believe that homosexual relations are ALWAYS wrong? 49.4% 2. Do more or less than half of the sample believe in life after death? More than half 3. Do any of the findings from the four frequency distributions surprise you? Why of why not? The opposition to the death penalty was surprising. I didn’t think as many people would be against it. It is a big what if kind of question, but I thought more people would be for it. _____________________________________________________________ PART II: After reading Chapters 6 & 7 in your textbook and notes posted under the “Modules”, please
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Unformatted text preview: complete: -Construct a CROSSTABULATION with the variables COLLBING and RELIGION From the BINGE.SAV data ±le. (I am a²aching the data set to the assignment area). Variable COLLBING will be a dependent variable (place it in the row), variable RELIGION will be an independent variable (place it in the column). Remember to request column percentages; do not request row and total percentages. Show your work (a²ach all tables). —copy table and paste it in the word doc. 1. Write a hypothesis about these two variables (COLLBING and RELIGION)....
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  • Fall '14
  • CarlosE.Posadas
  • Criminal Justice, Row, Use of capital punishment by nation

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