STAT 251G
Online Class
Dr. Rita Eisele
Exam 1: Chapters 1  3
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Instructions: Show ALL work or explain yom method.
1. A random sample of 30 states shows the number of
examine the bivariate relationship between a respondents religious
affiliation (RELIG recoded place it in the column) make sure to recode
the variable Religion first
and his or her opinion of homosex
1. Geographic region is measured as northwest, southwest, Midwest,
northeast, and southeast. The variable is measured at the
_ level of measurement.
a.
b.
c.
d.
nominal
ordinal
interval
ratio
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1. A random sample of five convicts received the follow prison sentences (in years): 3
points
3
7
3
2
10
a. Find the mode. 3 is the most common
b. Find the median. 3 is the middle number
c. Find the m
recode the variable AGE into a new variable called AGE2 with categories
for:
 Teens
 Twenties
 Thirties, and so on.
Be sure to include the new variable labels for the variable AGE2.
Request a frequ
generate frequency distribution for
CAPPUN, PREMARSX, HOMOSEX, and POSTLIFE.
Answer the following questions:
Statistics
FAVOR OR
OPPOSE
HOMOSEXUAL
DEATH
SEX
BELIEF IN LIFE
PENALTY FOR
RELATIONS
N
SEX
After reading Chapters 6 & 7 in your textbook and notes posted under the
Modules, please complete:

Construct a CROSSTABULATION with the variables COLLBING and
RELIGION from the BINGE.SAV data file.
recode the variable for political party identification (PARTYID) into a
NEW variable that uses the following old values to create the following
new categories:
1 thru 2 = 1= Democrat
3 thru 5 = 2 = In
Equations to Use
Median Position = N+1/2
The Median Value is the midpoint between the scores.
Mean = x / N
Standard Deviation =
Z score = x mean / standard deviation
CI = For samples sizes 100, the fo
Name:
Class:
Jailah Cardenas
Stat
#26
N=
P=
10 number of trials
0.1 probability of success
0.9 probability of failure
a.
f(0)=
0.35
b.
f(2)=
0.19
c.
P(x2)=
0.93
d.
P(x1)=
0.65
e.
E(x)=
f.
Var(x)=
=
1
Name:
Class:
Jailah Cardenas
Stat
Chapter 7 part 3
Problems: 29,31,33
#29
p=
sample size
0.55
stnd dev of pbar
100
0.050
200
0.035
500
0.022
1000
0.016
By looking at the computed stnd dev of pbar
I no
Crystal Lelesch
May 2, 2016
Statistics 251G
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