Assignment 3 - Lesson 3 - The Distribution of One Variable

Assignment 3 - Lesson 3 - The Distribution of One Variable...

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Assignment 3 Lesson 3 – The Distribution of One Variable Problem 1. BDV-36-8: Education In a December 2000 report, the U.S. Census Bureau listed the levels of education attainment for Americans over 65. 1. How many cases are represented in the report? In other words, what is the sample size (total frequency)? 32620 2. How many variables are represented in the report? 1 3. What is/are the variable(s)? Education Level, Count 4. Classify each variable as quantitative (Q) or categorical (C). Count – quantitative, Education Level – categorical 5. Describe how many levels the categorical variable(s) have. 7 6. Create appropriate displays for the data (more than one). 1
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Assignment 3 Lesson 3 – The Distribution of One Variable     Problem 2: WE7-88-20: Student Class Levels The class levels of the students in Professor Weiss's introductory statistics course are given in the attached data sets. The abbreviations Fr, So, Ju, and Se represent Freshman, Sophomore, Junior, and Senior, respectively. 1.
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This note was uploaded on 06/09/2011 for the course STAT 113 taught by Professor Thaler during the Spring '11 term at CUNY Hunter.

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