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Unformatted text preview: Project Seven QBA 2305 Spring 2008 Name __Melissa Fox__ 1. The Baylor DPS is interested in which type of car if any is driven on campus by most students. The groups were broken down by the following categories for 700 randomly selected vehicles. Fill in the Table Observed expected % of chisq Sedan 103 1400 5.62 Sport 250 1400 49.63 SUV 185 1400 8.31 Compact 112 1400 3.22 Truck 50 1400 33.23 100.00 a. Run the proper Chi Squared test using MegaStat. Set up Ho and H1. Ho: observed = expected H1: observed ≠ expected b. Find the p-value and compare it using alpha .05. p-value: 1.36E-36 < alpha .05 c. State your conclusion. Reject Ho, I am 95% confident that the observed values of types of cars driven by students is not equal to the expected values. d. If appropriate, look at the % of Chi Square and see which cells are different. The sport and Truck cell %’s are the most different. Recruiters are looking at the relationship between graduation and the sport played in the Big 12 Conference.Recruiters are looking at the relationship between graduation and the sport played in the Big 12 Conference....
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This note was uploaded on 05/07/2008 for the course QBA 2305 taught by Professor Hulme during the Spring '08 term at Baylor.
- Spring '08