ps4 - Collin Cudd PS4 1) a) The average z-score for...

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Collin Cudd PS4 1) a) The average z-score for untreated children is actually lower than the average z- score for treated children. The z-score measures the distance from the mean, therefore a lower z-score corresponds to a better height for age value. Since the z- score for untreated children is lower, this means that untreated children are closer to the mean height for age value. The fact that treated children were farther from the mean height for age value may present evidence that the CSG actually had negative effects on the children. b) There are some very large differences between the three groups. The group with status = 2 seems to be the worst off. Although this is the smallest group, having only 154 households, they have the lowest per capita expenditure ( 219.6706 ) and the highest percentage below the poverty line ( 81.17% ). This group is in a far worse position and should not be included in the control group. On the other hand the group that has not applied for the grant (status =1) has a far greater per
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