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Survey Project  Part 2
1. For this survey, choose explanatory and response variables.
For each variable ask
two questions  one with a quantitative answer (a number), and one with a categorical
answer (not a
number).
So you will be asking four questions.
See my example below.
Ask your questions to a group of people.
For best results, there should be 10 to
15 people in your group.
2.
In this project, you will be using the results of the quantitative questions, analyzing
your data with correlation/regression analysis.
Save the results of the other two
questions for the next project.
Make a scatterplot of your data, and find the value of r.
Find the equation of the regression line and draw the line on your scatterplot.
3.
Write a report, including
your variables and the quantitative questions
your results from #2
a paragraph or two describing the relationship between your variables, using the
results of #2
a paragraph or two about how well you think this analysis describes the
relationship between your variables,
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 Spring '08
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 Statistics, Probability

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