20111001 Quiz 1 Item Analysis

20111001 Quiz 1 Item Analysis - ExamStatistics

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Exam Statistics Data Collected On 10/3/2011 at 09:13 PM MST   Highest Score: 96 pts. (96%) Lowest Score: 32 pts. (32%) Range: 64 pts. Mean: 65.39 pts. Median: 64 pts. Mode: 52 pts. Difficulty (Mean P-Value): .65 Standard Deviation: 17.08 Semi-Interquartile Range: 14 Number of Respondents: 23 Number of Questions: 25 Points Possible: 100 pts. Note:  Statistics based on the sum of points achieved on questions.
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  Points Achieved  Frequency Percentile   Frequency  Distribution: 96 pts.   1 (4.35%) 97.83   88 pts.   2 (8.7%) 91.3   84 pts.   2 (8.7%) 82.61   80 pts.   2 (8.7%) 73.91   76 pts.   1 (4.35%) 67.39   72 pts.   1 (4.35%) 63.04   68 pts.   2 (8.7%) 56.52   64 pts.   2 (8.7%) 47.83  
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60 pts.   1 (4.35%) 41.3   56 pts.   1 (4.35%) 36.96   52 pts.   4 (17.39%) 26.09   48 pts.   1 (4.35%) 15.22   44 pts.   2 (8.7%) 8.7   32 pts.   1 (4.35%) 2.17  
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Question Statistics   Data Collected On 10/3/2011 at 09:13 PM MST Page 1 Questions  1-25. Quiz 1   The legislative process of a tax bill begins with the:   # of Respondents: 22 Difficulty: .68 Discrimination: .46   Frequency: 15 (68.18%) House Ways and Means Committee     1 (4.55%)   President     3 (13.64%)   Senate Finance Committee     3 (13.64%)   Any of the above   The Sixteenth Amendment granted Congress the right to:   # of Respondents: 23 Difficulty: 1 Discrimination: 0   Frequency: 0 (0%)   Create progressive tax rates     0 (0%)   Create a value-added tax     23 (100%) Tax income from whatever source derived     0 (0%)   Impose a national property tax   The Tax Reform Act of 1986:
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  # of Respondents: 23 Difficulty: .78 Discrimination: .14   Frequency: (21.74%)   Amended the Internal Revenue Code of 1954     18  (78.26%) Replaced the Internal Revenue Code of 1954 with the Internal  Revenue Code of 1986     0 (0%)   Replaced the Internal Revenue Code of 1954 with the Internal  Revenue Code of 1987     0 (0%)   Was found to be unconstitutional by the Supreme Court of 1987   When approving a tax bill and there are differences between the House and Senate  versions, the differences are resolved by the:   # of Respondents: 23 Difficulty: .96 Discrimination: .17   Frequency: 1 (4.35%)   President     0 (0%)   Speaker of the House     0 (0%)   President of the Senate     22 (95.65%) Joint Conference Committee   Net Capital Gains are:   # of Respondents: 23 Difficulty: .57 Discrimination: .22   Frequency: 0 (0%)   Taxed at a maximum rate of 31 percent
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    9 (39.13%)   Taxed at a maximum rate of 28 percent     1 (4.35%)   Taxed at a maximum rate of 20 percent     13 (56.52%) Taxed at a maximum rate of 15 percent   All of the following statements are true except: 
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