BST322 WEEK 2 DISCUSSION 2.pdf

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GLEN APO BST322 WEEK 3 DISCUSSION 2 We want to know whether boys or girls get into trouble more often in school. Below is the table documenting the percentage of boys and girls who got into trouble in school: Got in Trouble No Trouble Total Boys 46 71 117 Girls 37 83 120 Total 83 154 237 Examine statistically whether boys got in trouble in school more often. Can you create a StatCrunch crosstabulation table result for this data (copied and pasted, as well as updated in Word), and a Chi-Square analysis? Hypotheses? Trouble Maker? Gender Total Boys Girls Yes (% within Got In Trouble status) (% within gender group) (% of Total) (Expected Count) (Contributions to Chi-Square) 46 55.42% 39.32% 19.41% 40.97
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  • Spring '17
  • Velado
  • Null hypothesis, trouble, 30.83%, 29.96%

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