Explain 2 pts they arent taking into account how many

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Statistically speaking, what is wrong with this statement? Explain. (2 pts) They aren’t taking into account how many schools are in the total district. For Rochester, the ratio is 15/35. For St. Paul, the ratio is 20/90. If you look at the percentage of schools that are making AYP, then Rochester is actually doing better, having an AYP percentage of 43% as opposed to St. Paul’s percentage of 22%. 3. The proportion of schools in the entire state that are Making AYP is 1283/2624 = 0.4889 or  about 49%.  For 2010, the proportion of schools within the Rochester Public School District  that are Making AYP was 15/35 = 0.4286 or about 43%. Research Question : Is there enough statistical evidence to suggest that the Rochester Public School District is doing worse than the State? a. The following is a screen shot of a spinner in Tinkerplots. Identify the following for the setup of this spinner.
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a. What is an appropriate label for “a” on the spinner? (1 pt) Make AYP b. What is an appropriate label for “b” on the spinner? (1 pt) Don’t make AYP c. What is the appropriate value under Repeat? (1 pt) 35 b. If the proportion of schools in the Rochester Public School District is similar to that of the entire State, how many schools in the Rochester District would we expect to see Making AYP for 2010?
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