Table 2 Descriptive Analysis for Variable 1 Variable n Measures of Central

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Table 2. Descriptive Analysis for Variable 1 Variable n Measure(s) of Central Tendency Measure(s) of Dispersion Variable: Income 30 Median=97177.50 SD = 4547.49 Graph and/or Table: Histogram of Income Description of Findings. Frequency Table Class Count 94000-96399 9 96400-98799 12 98800-101199 1 101200-103599 1 103600-105999 1 106000-108399 6 Your Histogram Mean 99268.06667 Standard Deviation (s) 4547.49465 Lowest Score 94929 Highest Score 107795 Distribution Range 12866 Total Number of Scores 30 Number of Distinct Scores 30 Lowest Class Value 94000 Highest Class Value 108399 Number of Classes 6 Class Range 2400 STAT200: Assignment #2 - Descriptive Statistics Analysis Writeup - Template Page 2 of 6
The SE-Income data was used to create a histogram that shows the normal distribution of data and best plots the normal distribution of quantitative data. The results show that a great more people make under \$101,200. Variable 2: Marital Status Numerical Summary. Table 3. Descriptive Analysis for Variable 2 Variable n Measure(s) of Central Tendency Measure(s) of Dispersion Variable: Marital Status N/A Mode Graph and/or Table. Description of Findings. Pie charts are effective for displaying relative frequencies of a small number of categories and qualitative data. The SE- Marital Statuses were compared. Mode is used as the measure of Central Tendency and Dispersion because the variable is qualitative data and most commonly used with all levels of data. The