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Seminar_2_Critical_Thinking_rmorel01_Seminar_2_Critical_Thinking_Rob_Morell

# Seminar_2_Critical_Thinking_rmorel01_Seminar_2_Critical_Thinking_Rob_Morell

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This analysis was excellent Rob -you did a really nice job on it. The progression of the analysis was very systematic and carefully thought through. See my other feedback below! Score = 40 Seminar 2 Critical Thinking Questions Name: Rob Morell Exercise 1: (30 pts) A. 1. Report the important descriptive data, including the important measures of center and spread. If you include a print out (ie from Statdisk), be sure to highlight what we should be looking at. Here is a table you could use, to help visualize the data side by side: Female Descriptive Statistics Column: 3 (Weight) Sample Size, n: 40 Mean: 146.22 Median: 135.80 Midrange: 175.10 St Dev, s: 37.62104 Range: 161.60 Male Descriptive Statistics Column: (write in the name of variable) Sample Size, n: 40 Mean: 172.55 Median: 169.95 Midrange: 178.30 St Dev, s: 26.32716 Range: 117.60 2. The Female statistics have lower means, medians, and midranges are all smaller than the mens, yet the standard deviation is bigger for the females. Whereas the mens' mean, median and midrange are all larger than the females but their standard deviation is much smaller.

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