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Unformatted text preview: into a different but equivalent set of scores. 8. A researcher measures the IQ scores of a group of college students. What four things will the researcher use statistics for? The four things the researcher will use statistics for are the following: to organize the data, summarize the data, communicate the data, and then to conclude what the data indicates. 9. What is a proportion and how is it computed? A proportion is a decimal indicating a fraction of the total. To transform a number into a proportion, divide the number by the total. 10. How do you transform a percentage into a proportion? To transform a percentage into a proportion, you divide the percent by 100....
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