Stats Exam 2 - Introduction to Social Statistics SOCY 2061...

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Introduction to Social Statistics     University of Colorado –  Boulder SOCY 2061     Monday, June 11,  2007 Exam 2 Name _________________________ This exam is worth 10% of your course grade.  The exam consists of 64 questions. Each correct response  is worth 1 point, except for the last, which is worth 2 pts. Partial credit is awarded when appropriate. For numbers 1-9, name the descriptive statistics used for describing the following aspects of a data set. Central Tendency Dispersion Shape Bivariate Relationships 1.   Mean 4.   Standard Deviation 7.   Skew 9.   Correlation  Coefficient 2.   Median 5.   Variance 8.   Kurtosis * 3.   Mode 6.   Range * * 10. Which of the following is the correct formula for calculating the mean? A. Σ X +  n B. Σ X / X C. Σ X /  n D. Σ X + X 11. When using the AVERAGE function in  Excel , which of the following statistics are you calculating?
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