surveydat - 1 2 3 4 5 6 a b c d e f Generate a bar graph...

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Separately for male height and female height, generate the following descriptive statistics: mean, std. dev., Q1, Q2, Q3 Separately for male height and female height, generate a histogram and a box-plot for each variable. Give a comparative description of the distributions for male height and female height in terms of center and spread using appro p Apply the Empirical rule to male height and female height. How well does the rule fit in each case? Generate a contingency table with color as the row variable and gender as the column variable. Use your table to answer the f o Suppose one student is randomly chosen from the sample What is the probability that the student will be male? What is the probability that the student will favor the colors yellow or violet? What is the probability that the student will be female and favors red? Given that the chosen student prefers blue, what is the probability the student will be male? What is the probability that the student will be male and favors blue? Are the events in parts a) and b) independent? Prove your answer.
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Height Color Road trip Opinion male 67.5 yellow 12 b_agree male 70 blue 15 c_neutral female 65 blue 8 b_agree male 72 yellow 5 b_agree female 68 blue 16 b_agree male 72 blue 13 b_agree female 66 blue 14 b_agree male 72 blue 25 c_neutral male 67 orange 5 d_disagree female 65 red 18 b_agree male 79 violet 26 b_agree male 71 green 10 b_agree male 70 green 17 b_agree male 66 blue 8 c_neutral male 71 red 15 b_agree male 77 blue 23 b_agree male 73 blue 12 b_agree female 66 red 8 b_agree male 68 red 18 a_strongly agree male 75 blue 16 b_agree male 70 blue 10 b_agree male 75 green 8 b_agree male 75 blue 13 d_disagree male 66 blue 26 b_agree female 66 blue 7.5 b_agree male 71 blue 10 b_agree male 76 green 12 a_strongly agree male 68 blue 16 b_agree male 74 blue 10 d_disagree male 68 blue 12 e_strongly disagree female 66 red 16 b_agree female 60 blue 14 b_agree male 73 blue 10 b_agree female 65 blue 12 d_disagree male 72 blue 18 a_strongly agree female 66 violet 8 b_agree male 72 blue 17 e_strongly disagree male 77 green 16 a_strongly agree female 73 blue 15 d_disagree female 65 blue 6 a_strongly agree male 73 green 8 b_agree male 72 blue 17 c_neutral male 71 red 12 a_strongly agree male 67 green 18 b_agree male 76 green 12 b_agree male 73 green 14 b_agree male 71 green 17 a_strongly agree female 67 red 23
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This note was uploaded on 09/18/2011 for the course STAT 2610 taught by Professor Syvantek during the Spring '08 term at Auburn University.

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surveydat - 1 2 3 4 5 6 a b c d e f Generate a bar graph...

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