1. A 1993 survey conducted by the local paper in Columbus, Ohio, one week before Election Day,
asked voters who they would vote for City Attorney. The goal was to predict the outcome of the
upcoming election. Thirty-seven percent said they would vote for

1. A researcher in early education believes that kindergarten-age children are more receptive to
help from a female teacher than from a male teacher. From the list of kindergarten teachers in
the state, the researcher randomly samples four classes in whic

1. Choose 50 engaged couples who have not been previously married. Interview the man and
woman separately about how their joint finances will be handled after marriage. Compare the
views of men and women. Which data design?
A. matched-pairs.
B. a single s

1. I select two cards from a deck of fifty-two cards and observe the color of each (twenty-six
cards in the deck are red and twenty-six are black). Which of the following is an appropriate
sample space S for the possible outcomes?
A. S = cfw_red, black
B.

1. Heres a new idea for treating advanced melanoma, the most serious kind of skin cancer.
Genetically engineer white blood cells to better recognize and destroy cancer cells, then infuse
these cells into patients. The subjects
in a small initial study of

2
Discrete Random Variables
2.1
Random Variables
A random variable is a real-valued function on a sample space1 . A random variable generally
is a quantity we wish to measure; the output of the random variable depends on which
element of the sample space

The National Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP) includes a mathematics test for high
school seniors.2 Scores on the test range from 0 to 300. Demonstrating the ability to use the
Pythagorean theorem to determine the length of a hypotenuse is an exa

The Millennial generation (so called because they were born after 1980 and began to come of age
around the year 2000) are less religiously active than older Americans. One of the questions in
the General Social Survey in 2008 was How often does the respon

1. Does X have a binomial distribution?
A. No, the calls are not independent.
B. No, the calls are independent, but each one has more than two possibilities.
C. Yes, the calls are independent, each one has two possibilities, and the probability of
reachin

1. What is the slope of the regression line?
Answer
The slope is the coefficient before the x variable (D in this case). Thus the answer is 0.0138.
Points Earned: 1/1
Correct Answer: 0.0138
Your Response: 0.0138
2. Explain in specic language what this slo

LITERATURE REVIEW
1
Literature Review
Michelle Reed
Liberty University
TOPICAL REFERENCE LIST
2
Abstract
This paper includes a reference list of literature relating to how teachers feel about inclusion. In
general, the literature seems to indicate that in

Turner 1
The Unfortunate Pursuit of Luck
ENGL 102: Composition and Literature
Spring B 2017
Megan Turner, L27024294
MLA
Turner 2
Outline
THESIS: In the short stories, The Lottery by Shirley Jackson and The Rocking-Horse
Winner by D.H. Lawrence, these stor

Michelle Reed (L26598042)
Quantitative Article Review
Summary
The topic of this research is based on inclusion and how it effects teachers attitudes. This
article also researches how personal and professional factors could attribute to the teachers
attitu

WORKBOOK SUMMARY
Workbook Summary
Michelle L. Reed
Liberty University
EDUC 521
WORKBOOK SUMMARY
2
Workbook Summary
After completion of the workbook, there are several areas of interest that were needed to
be covered. There are several sections that were f

UNIT 1
1
UNIT 1 PLAN
Michelle L. Reed
Liberty University Online
UNIT 1
2
Classroom
This class consists of 18 fifth-grade students who attend a private Christian school. There
are eight female students and ten male students. The whole school promotes inclu

SELF-MONITORING
1
Self-Monitoring
Michelle L. Reed
Liberty University Online
EDSP 410- D02
SELF-MONITORING
2
Abstract
In this paper, the research of self-monitoring will be discussed and analyzed. Selfmonitoring will be determined as either effective or i

Aliakbari & Bozorgmanesh, Cogent Education (2015), 2: 1012899
http:/dx.doi.org/10.1080/2331186X.2015.1012899
CURRICULUM & TEACHING STUDIES | RESEARCH ARTICLE
Assertive classroom management strategies and
students performance: The case of EFL classroom
Moh

Transition Plan
EDSP 370
Student Name:_Michael Jones_
Transition Planner: _Michelle Reed_
Date: _08/17/2016_
Discuss the students perceived skills and strengths (vocationally, socially, independent living):
Michael has strived in all his goals. He is very

1. In 2008, respondents to the General Social Survey were asked: There are always some people
whose ideas are considered bad or dangerous by other people. For instance, somebody who is
against churches and religion. If such a person wanted to make a speec

It appears that people who are mildly obese are less active than leaner people.
One study looked at the average number of minutes per day that people spend standing or walking.
Among mildly obese people, minutes of activity varied according to the N(373,

. I want to examine the relationship between gas mileage of cars and the engine size
(displacement in cubic inches). The explanatory variable is
A. engine size.
B. gas mileage.
C. either engine size or gas mileage.
Incorrect
Points Earned: 0/1
Your Respon

PSYC 355
A linear regression analysis was conducted to determine whether scores from
questions about the Chrisitan doctrine predict Church attendance. The results
indicated a positive linear relationship between the variables, r (17) = .237, p = .
245 > .

PSYC 355
SPSS HOMEWORK 7:
CHI SQUARE
Part 1:
Green & Salkind: Lesson 40 Exercises 14
Method of cooking potato chips
Observed N
Expected N
Residual
Fried in animal fat
7
16.0
-9.0
Fried in Canola oil
33
16.0
17.0
8
16.0
-8.0
Baked
Total
48
Test Statistics

PSYC 355
SPSS HOMEWORK 5:
CORRELATION
Part 1:
Green & Salkind: Lesson 31 Exercises 1, 34
1. OUTPUT:
Descriptive Statistics
Mean
Overall quality as an
instructor
Overall course quality
Number of publications
Number of times cited by
other authors
Std. Devi

PSYC 355
SPSS HOMEWORK 8:
NONPARAMETRIC TESTS
Part 1:
1. Green & Salkind: Lesson 42, Exercises 1, 34
The following helpful tips are numbered to correspond with the exercise number to which
they refer:
1.
Ranks
weight
Time in Seconds
N
Mean Rank
Sum of Ran

PSYC 355
MICHELLE REED
SPSS HOMEWORK 6:
PREDICTION BIVARIATE LINEAR REGRESSION
Part 1:
Green & Salkind: Lesson 33 Exercises 1, 34
Descriptive Statistics
Mean
Number of times hit by a
peer
Number of times hit by a
bobo
Std. Deviation
N
11.60
20.095
10
4.90

PSYC 355
SPSS HOMEWORK 2
INDEPENDENT-SAMPLES T-TESTS
Part 1:
Green & Salkind: Lesson 24 Exercises 15
The following helpful tips are numbered to correspond with the exercise number to which they
refer:
1. Type the t and p values out underneath your copied

PSYC 355
MICHELLE REED
SPSS HOMEWORK 1 INSTRUCTIONS:
SINGLE-SAMPLE T-TESTS AND PAIRED-SAMPLES T-TESTS
Part 1:
1. Single-Sample t-Test
One-Sample Statistics
N
Tot_Score
Mean
6
Std. Deviation
6.0000
Std. Error Mean
1.41421
.57735
One-Sample Test
Test Value