1. What type of test is reported in the above SPSS Tables Set-1?
a. one-sample t test
b. paired sample t test
*c. independent sample t test
d. dependent sample t test
e. unpaired sample t test
2. What are the respective sample means on feelsafe (Importanc
1. Differences analysis involves the following type(s) of tests?
a. One sample t-test
b. Paired sample t-test
c. Independent sample t-test
d. ANOVA
*e. All of the above
2. An investigation of the differences between (usually) more than two group
means, fo
1. If the typical response rate for a telephone interview is 15% and the number of
potential respondents is 2000, the final sample would have
a. 150 respondents
b. 200 respondents
c. 100 respondents
*d. 300 respondents
e. 15 respondents
2. For a city with
1. When running a linear regression to find out the impact of feelsafe (safety)
on visitfre (visit frequently) the variables entered in the analysis can be
classified as:
a. visifre as Independent Variable and feelsafe as Dependent Variable
b. visifre as
1. Of the total (grand total) number of respondents from the cross-tabulation table
for Chi-square Test, what is the percentage of males and females in the spending
range of $-$5 for lunch at a restaurant, respectively?
a. 28.3% and 42.5%
b. 48.3% and 5.7
1. In the SPSS Tables Set- for the Regression Analysis, what is the dependent
variable and what is/are the independent variable(s) respectively:
*a. visitfre and prices
b. price and visitfre
c. visitfre and location
d. location and prices
2. In the SPSS T
1. How would you define the best fit line in scatter plot of regression analysis?
*a. An imaginary line drawn in such a way that the total variance of distance for each
data point from this line is minimized.
b. An imaginary line drawn in such a way that
1. Before determining if gender is associated with spending amount for lunch in a
restaurant, we should first identify
*a. Number of males and females in each spending category
b. Scaling assumptions
c. The sample mean for spending
d. How often people eat
1. For the question where the sample size (n) was 895, the average number of miles
driven by WSU students was 12,000 (x) and the standard deviation was 3000 miles (s)
you estimated the interval of miles within which 95% of the drivers fall. Does a
hypothe
1. What type of error is committed when the null hypothesis is rejected when it is true?
*a. Type I
b. Type II
c. Type III
d. Type IV
e. None of the above
2. What % of male respondents drink imported beer?
a. 75.50%
*b. 83.33%
c. 60.33%
d. 33.35%
e. None
1. When running linear regression to find out the impact of feelsafe (safety),
beconvie (be convenient), and gowatch (go watch) ALL TOGETHER on
visitfre (visit frequently), how much of the total variance in visitfre is
explained by the THREE IVs, taken to