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Lab 1: Basic Statistics 1. What is your hypothesis about differences in height and hand length between the sexes? My hypothesis between the height and hand length between the sexes is men will tend to have a greater height and hand length than women. As the height for both sexes increases the length of their hands also grows. 2. Note the statistics: Descriptive Statistics N Minimum Maximum Mean Std. Deviation Height 19 150.00 184.00 169.0526 10.07458 Valid N (listwise) 19 3. What are the mean and standard deviation for each group? Group Statistics Sex N Mean Std. DeviationStd. Error Mean Height 1.00 7 178.4286 4.54082 1.71627 2.00 12 163.5833 8.14034 2.34991 The mean for males is 178.4286, and their standard deviation is 4.54082. The mean for females is 163.4833 and their standard deviation is 8.14034. 4. What do you think this means? Do you think that a valid assumption? In my perspective, I think that the mean and standard deviation is telling us that they are slightly different from each other in that the males mean is higher than the females, but the standard deviation for females are higher. I think that this is a valid assumption because females tend to be
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This note was uploaded on 03/11/2010 for the course GE CLST 70a taught by Professor Tony during the Spring '10 term at UCLA.

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