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Table 2. Descriptive Analysis for Variable 1VariablenMeasure(s) of Central TendencyMeasure(s) of DispersionVariable: Income30Median=97177.50SD = 4547.49Graph and/or Table: Histogram of IncomeDescription of Findings.Frequency TableClassCount94000-96399996400-987991298800-1011991101200-1035991103600-1059991106000-1083996Your HistogramMean99268.06667Standard Deviation (s)4547.49465Lowest Score94929Highest Score107795Distribution Range12866Total Number of Scores30Number of Distinct Scores30Lowest Class Value94000Highest Class Value108399Number of Classes6Class Range2400STAT200: Assignment #2 - Descriptive Statistics Analysis Writeup - TemplatePage 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 StatusNumerical Summary.Table 3. Descriptive Analysis for Variable 2VariablenMeasure(s) of Central TendencyMeasure(s) of DispersionVariable: Marital StatusN/AModeGraph and/or Table.Description of Findings.Pie charts are effective for displaying relative frequencies of a small number of categories and qualitativedata. 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