Oneway
[DataSet1] E:\Assignment 3-4.sav
Descriptives
95% Confidence Interval for Mean
Maximum
U
p
p
e
r
B
o
u
n
N
DermEval
Mean
Std. Deviation
Std. Error
Lower Bound
d
Product A
9
8.2222
.66667
.22222
Running Head: APA STYLE IS HARD TO LEARN IN AS SHORT PERIOD OF TIME
APA Style is Hard to Learn in a Short Period of Time
Robert McDermid
Missouri Southern State University
Abstract
1
APA style is hard
Correlations
Question #1) The Pearson correlation coefficient between the persons own perception and the other family members perception was
significant at the .05 level, r=(12)=.737,p=.003
Correlatio
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95% Confidence Interval for Mean
N
RecScore
Mean
Std. Deviation
Std. Error
Lower Bound
Upper Bound
Minimum
Maximum
A
7
6.7143
2.28869
.86504
4.5976
8.8310
3.00
9.00
B
7
3.4286
2.07
Running Head: APA STYLE IS HARD TO LEARN IN AS SHORT PERIOD OF TIME
APA Style is Hard to Learn in a Short Period of Time
Robert McDermid
Missouri Southern State University
Abstract
1
APA style is hard
Descriptives
Final
95% Confidence Interval for Mean
N
Mean
Std. Deviation
Std. Error
Lower Bound
Upper Bound
Minimum
Maximum
No Quiz
9
76.6667
8.20061
2.73354
70.3631
82.9702
61.00
87.00
Optional Quiz
Correlations
Height and weight for combined
Correlations
Height In Inches
Height In Inches
Pearson Correlation
Weight
1
Sig. (2-tailed)
.000
N
Weight
.857*
25
Pearson Correlation
25
*
1
.857
Sig. (2-t
Correlations
Correlations
Words
Words
Pearson Correlation
Hard
-.806*
1
Sig. (2-tailed)
.000
N
Hard
28
Pearson Correlation
28
*
1
-.806
Sig. (2-tailed)
.000
N
28
28
*. Correlation is significant at th
T-Test
Group Statistics
TypeofStudying
Score
N
Mean
Std. Deviation
Std. Error Mean
Active
dimension1
10
79.2000
8.59974
2.71948
Passive
10
74.3000
8.31398
2.62911
Independent Samples Test
Levene's Tes
Shannon Anastosopolos
Dr. McDermid
Computers
05/01/14
Computer Based Changes in Society
Computers and enhances in computer based products have induced various changes in
society as we know it. From th
Computers Exam I
4 levels of measurement
Nominal-or
Ordinal-Can be ranked or scaled
Interval-open ended #
Ratio-Characteristics of all
Central tendency
Mean-add then divide
Median-Middle value
Mode-Mo
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ANOVA
Improvement
Sum of Squares
Between Groups
df
Mean Square
43.091
2
21.545
Within Groups
228.545
30
271.636
Sig.
7.618
Total
F
2.828
.075
32
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PreTest
95% Confidence Interval for
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[DataSet0]
Descriptives
95% Confidence Interval for Mean
N
Mean
Std. Deviation
Lower Bound
Upper Bound
Minimum
ReadinessScor Method A
9
8.2222
.66667
.22222
7.7098
8.7347
7.00
Maximum
9.00
e
Me
Running Head: The Anatomy of a Dream
The Anatomy of a Dream
Shannon Anastosopolos
Missouri Southern State University
1
The Anatomy of a Dream
2
Abstract
Dreams are one of most enduring, intriguing phe
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95
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Std.
Devi
SatScore
Mean
Bo
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N
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n
Std. Error
d
Minimum
Upper Bound
Maximum
Breed A
9
8.4444
.88192
.29397
7.7665
9.1223
7.00
T-Test
[DataSet0]
Group Statistics
ptest
score
N
Mean
Std. Deviation
Std. Error Mean
yes
10
79.4000
8.82169
2.78966
no
10
74.3000
8.31398
2.62911
Independent Samples Test
Levene's Test for Equality of
Assignment 2-4
1) An independent samples t-test resulted in a significant differences at the .05 level on the
test scores, t (12)=2.382, p =.035. Students who had teacher A (M= 2.866,SD 1.345) did
bet