Running head: NBA PLAYERS SALARY VS. AVERAGE POINTS PER GAME
NBA Players Salary vs. Average Points Per Game
Kelsey Crockett
Davenport University
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NBA PLAYERS SALARY VS. AVERAGE POINTS PER GAME
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Many say that NBA players are paid by the numbers of the po
Davenport University STAT219 Lab #3
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Introduction
Because of greenhouse gasses and climate change, many auto companies are trying to improve
the fuel economy of their cars, and yet maintain performance. In automobiles, fuel economy is
measured in miles per gallon. Performance is often measur
Histogram of Wealth
Summary of Wealth Statistics
N
Mean
StDev
16
355500
190489
Minimu
m
200000
Maximu
m
1000000
The histogram displays the data for wealth the best because is shows a summary for a
single variable with quantitative data, for example the sa
Question 1
1 out of 1 points
Find the mean, median, and mode of the following set of data.
550, 700, 420, 580, 550, 450, 690, 390, 350
Mean = [a]
Median = [b]
Mode = [c]
Specified Answer
for: a
0
Specified Answer
for: b
0
Specified Answer
for: c
0
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55
5
Question 1
1 out of 1 points
If P(X) = 0.569, P(Y) = 0.756, and P(X and Y) = 0.375, what is P(X or Y)
Selected
Answer:
.9
5
Correct
Answer:
Evaluation Method
Correct Answer
Exact Match
0.95
Exact Match
.95
Question 2
1 out of 1 points
If P(X) = 0.569, P(Y
Question 1
2 out of 2 points
Assume that a fair die is rolled. The sample space is cfw_1,2,3,4,5,6 and all outcomes are
equally likely. Find each of the probabilities below. (Your answer should be a fraction or a
decimal)
i. P(2) = [a]
ii. P(Even number)
Question 1
5 out of 5 points
For each of the variables on the left, determine which graph is appropriate.
Correct
Match
Question
Race
Selected
Match
A.
Bar chart
Gender
A.
Bar chart
A.
Bar chart
Number of siblings
B.
Histogram
Times running the 40
yard da
Income vs Car Cost
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Annual Household Income vs. Annual Cost of Owning a Car
Bradley Sheaffer
Davenport University
Income vs Car Cost
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Annual Household Income vs. Annual Cost of Owning a Car
The purchase of a new or used car is something that most people
Question 1
5 out of 5 points
Classify the variable on the right as quantitative or qualitative.
Question
Number of wins in a football
season.
Position of an NFL player
Correct
Match
Selected
Match
A.
A.
quantitativ quantitativ
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e
B.
B.
qualitative qualit
The data set I am selecting is breakfast cereal. The amount of sugar versus carbohydrates in
cereal. With childhood obesity on the rise, along with adolescent diabetes, we need to take a
identify what type of foods we are feeding our children. Breakfast c
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Question 1
Stream quality is based on the levels of many variables, including the following. Which of
these variables is quantitative?
The amount of phosphorus
The number of distinct
spec
OBJECTIVE:
By assessing the number of children between the ages of 12 and 13, who are or are not smokers, the
findings will show that the FEV, or forced expiratory volume, is lower in the 13 year olds versus the 12
year olds.
Categorical Variable: Smokers
Lab 3 Examples
See Problem 19.21 on page 477 of your textbook.
Answer: a
Problem 19.22
z = (0.77 0.667) / sqrt[(0.667*0.333)/100] = 2.186 or 2.19.
Problem 19.23
P(z > 2.186) = 0.0143
In Minitab, go to Calc, Probability Distributions, Normal.
1 0.985592= 0
Question # 1
See Problem 10.36 on page 258 of your book.
a. Compute the Sensitivity of the test.
Sensitivity = P(positive test / disease) =
Number of True Positives_
Number of True Positives + Number of False Positives
= 564 / 574 = 0.9826
b. Compute the
Davenport University
STAT219 - Lab #1
Lab Examples
The heights (in inches) of 10 5 year olds are shown below.
42 38 40.5 36 45 38 41 47 37 48
Use Minitab to complete each of the following.
a. Using the Descriptive Statistics function, find the mean, media
STAT219
May 15, 2016
Lab 1
Question 1:
A. Using the Descriptive Statistics function, find the mean and median. (5 points)
Supporting Data:
Descriptive Statistics: Weight of Cookies
Variable
N N* Mean SE Mean StDev Minimum Q1 Median Q3 Maximum
Weight of Co
The measure of center is where the data is located along the number line. When it comes to
data such as income both mean and median are possible choices. I personally felt that the
choice between the two was simple when I evaluated the data. The median is
Question 1
0 out of 2 points
The following is a cross tabulation on smoking status of 5375 students and
their parents:
Which of the following is correct?
Selected
Answer:
Correct
Answer:
Response
Feedback:
The proportion of families where neither parent
Question 1
2 out of 2 points
Here's 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
Question 1
2 out of 2 points
Consider choosing five numbers from 1 to 10 with no repetitions allowed.
Which of the following is correct?
Selected
Answer:
Correct
Answer:
Response
Feedback:
The set 1, 2, 3, 9, 10 has the largest
possible IQR.
The set 1, 2
Question 1
2 out of 2 points
Seventeen different hot dog brands were measured for sodium content
(mg) and the number of calories in each hot dog. A least-squares
regression equation through the data was:
Calories = 28.2 + 0.3125*Sodium
What is the predic
I made the same choices as you did. I personally felt that the choice was a simple one. For
instance, we are working with salary. Salary is a single variable. A histogram is the most
commonly used when working with one quantitate variable. It is the same
In order for this data to have a linear relationship it must have an explanatory and
response variable. This means that one variable must have some type of effect on the
other variable. The female variable has no effect on the male variable no matter whic
In order for a data set to have a linear relationship it must contain an explanatory variable and a
response variable. This means that one variable must have some type of effect on the other. I
like the idea of add the heights or either their parents or t
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