MA220 Final Project Paper Point Breakdown.docx

# MA220 Final Project Paper Point Breakdown.docx - /65 = Name...

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Name __________________________________  Grade.                             /65      =                            %        ________4 pts. Graded Parts 1,   2, and 3 _________6  pts. Raw data ______4  pts. Opening paragraph: populations, quantitative variable, how samples were obtained ______5  pts. Descriptive statistics: frequency distribution for each sample (or side-by-side),                        histograms, table displaying statistics for each sample, side by side. ______4  pts. Comment/comparison (brief) about the samples ______4  pts. Comments about whether requirements for inference procedures are met. ______4  pts. Sentence, saying in words what
• Spring '14
• AlanR.Welch
• 5 pts, 6 pts, 2 pts, 4 pts, Excel output table

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