stat15.24-15.44 - Valerie Pisano MTThF 10-10:50 Problem...

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Unformatted text preview: Valerie Pisano MTThF 10-10:50 Problem 15.24 Significant contributors to chi-square were Democrats that support inflating the economy, Republicans that support inflating the economy, and Democrats that support cutting spending. Democrats that support inflating the economy had an expected valued of 82.75 and an observed value of 131 (higher than expected). Republicans that support inflating the economy had an expected value 131.75 and an observed value of 88 (lower than expected). Democrats the support cutting spending had an expected value of 146.98 and an observed value 101 (lower than expected). Respectively, each contributed to chi-square 28.134, 14.528, and 14.376. The total chi-square was 70.675. There is a relationship among the political affiliations and how they feel about various economic options used for dealing with a sluggish economy. Problem 15.44 Significant contributors to chi-square were females with female bosses that were satisfied, females with male bosses that were satisfied, females with female bosses that were dissatisfied, males with male bosses that were...
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This note was uploaded on 04/13/2010 for the course BA 332 taught by Professor Bond during the Fall '09 term at Humboldt State University.

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