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Select one:a. It assesses differences between two groups of participantsb. It assesses how many factors there are in questionnaire datac. It assesses relationships between two ratio data setsd. It assesses relationships between two interval data setsQuestion 24Answer savedMarked out of 1.00Flag questionQuestion textThis method is a non probability sampling technique where existing study subjects recruit future subjects from among their acquaintances.Select one:a. Snowball Samplingb. Convenience Samplingc. Purpose Samplingd. Quota SamplingQuestion 25Answer saved
Marked out of 1.00Flag questionQuestion textMy friend, Bob, believes that his supermarket's prices are lower than mine. We construct a list of identical items and purchase them at our respective stores every week for two months. Then Bob wants to know if his hypothesis is supported.Select one:a. Bob has a directional hypothesis and should do an independent t-testb. Bob has a non-directional hypothesis and should do an independent t-testc. Bob has a non-directional hypothesis and should do a one sample t-testd. Bob has a directional hypothesis and should do a matched t-testQuestion 28Answer savedMarked out of 1.00Flag questionQuestion textTo find the ____________, place the numbers in value order and find the middle.Select one:a. Medianb. Modec. Meand. Range
Question 33Answer savedMarked out of 1.00Flag questionQuestion textHow do statistics inform the reader of the central message?Select one:a. They don't inform the readerb. By saying what is truec. Summarizing and creating meaning from aggregated datad. By providing insights into how people construct meaning through discourseQuestion 35Answer savedMarked out of 1.00Flag questionQuestion textIt is most commonly applied when the test statistic would follow a normal distribution if the value of a scaling term in the test statistic were known.Select one:a. T-Testb. Z-Testc. Correlation Analysisd. One Way ANOVA
Question 39Answer savedMarked out of 1.00Flag questionQuestion textThe null hypothesis in analysis of variance asks whetherSelect one:a. all groups are the sameb. any groups are the samec. specific groups are the samed. any groups are the equalQuestion 40Answer savedMarked out of 1.00Flag questionQuestion textIt is generally assumed that the ANOVA is an 'analysis of dependencies.'Select one:TrueFalseQuestion 44Answer savedMarked out of 1.00
Flag questionQuestion textYou obtain a sample chi-square value of X2= -5.49. On the basis of this value, you know thatSelect one:a. there is a negative association between your two variables.b. the observed frequencies are lower than the expected frequencies across all cells.c. the observed frequencies are higher than the expected frequencies across at least half of your cells.d. you have made a calculation error; chi-square values cannot be negative.