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Unformatted text preview: Descriptive Statistics Descriptive Statistics Paper Steven Hamilton, Lissette Laffitte, Asif Miller, Dawn Smith, Tamika Williams October 11, 2010 MGT 307/ James Malachowski University of Phoenix Descriptive Statistics Abstract Our paper elaborates on the data that shows the average home prices. The data also explains their mean and median figures and how they pertain to our research. We also chose to utilize range to explain the difference between the largest and smallest average selling price. The data shows how the average prices fluctuate in accordance to their distance from the city. Our hypothesis states that the average home price is affected by its proximity to the nearest city and their square footage. The data is based on average home prices and we are able to determine the mean, median, mode and range to examine the data and its support of our hypothesis. Descriptive Statistics Descriptive Statistics Our hypothesis states that the square footage and proximity to a major city affects the average home price. There are many factors that affect home prices but location is one of the main factors in home prices. In calculating the central tendency, dispersion and skew, we are main factors in home prices....
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