COLUMN 1
COLUMN 2
COLUMN 1
1
0.685894
COLUMN 2
1
R value: 0.685894
Df = N-2 = 8
Alpha = 0.05
Two-tailed
Critical Value: 0.6319
Conclusion: r-value is 0.685894. To reject the null hypothesis because the r value is greater than the
critical value. This mean
Groups
Column 1
Column 2
Column 3
Source of
Variation
Between
Groups
Within
Groups
Total
Count
10
9
11
Sum
49
74
115
Average
4.9
8.222222
10.45455
Variance
3.211111
17.94444
14.07273
SS
Df
MS
F
P-value
F-critical
162.6838
2
81.34192
7.012619
0.003526
3.35
Variable
1) Female Students
2) Frequency
3) Age
4) Major
Variable Type (DV/IV) Level of Measurement Type (Discrete/Continuous
DV
Nominal
Discrete
IV
Ordinal
Continuous
IV
Ratio
Continuous
IV
Interval
Discrete
Special
Huge Burger
Baby Burger
Chicken Littles
Porker Burger
Yummy Burger
Coney Dog
Total Specials Sold
Column1
Mean
Standard Error
Median
Mode
Standard Deviation
Sample Variance
Kurtosis
Skewness
Range
Minimum
Maximum
Sum
Count
Number Sold Cost
20
18
25
A university has a total of 120 employees with four different ranks:
Professor
12
Associate Professor
18
Assistant Professor
30
Instructor
60
How many from each category should be included in a stratified random sample of size
20?
Professor: 120 employees
A researcher tests the question of whether participation in community-sponsored services such as
card games, field trips, etc.) increases the quality of life (as rated from 1 to 10) for older
Americans. The research implements the treatment over a 6-month
Suppose you want to sample 5 classrooms from a building of 60 total classrooms. How
would you randomly select these 5 classrooms using systematic random sampling?
What would be the classroom numbers?
This is what I came up with (feel free to correct me si
EPR 214 Week 1 Quiz B
1. Which of the following is an example of a continuous variable?
Answer: weight of students in class
2. Which of the following is an example of a discrete variable?
Answer: students grade level
3. Race would be an example of which l
EPR 214 Week 1 Quiz A
1. Descriptive statistics are used to organize and describe the characteristics of a collection
of data.
Answer: True
2. Measures of central tendency include which of the following:
Answer: Mean, Median, and Mode
3. Variability refle
EPR 214 Week 1 Quiz C
1. The normal curve is symmetrical in shape.
Answer: True
2. On all normal curves the area between the mean and 1 standard deviation will be
Answer: 68% of the total area
3. A Z score of +2.00 indicates a score that lies
Answer: two
Introduction to Normal Distributions
Author(s)
David M. Lane
Prerequisites
Distributions, Central Tendency, Variability
Learning Objectives
1. Describe the shape of normal distributions
2. State 7 features of normal distributions
The normal distribution i
Week 3 Module Objectives
Test Objectives
1. Students will be able to identify Descriptive Statistics
Descriptive statistics are numbers that are used to summarize and describe data. The word "data"
refers to the information that has been collected from an
Hitting the Wall
What is the optimal pre-race meal for Marathon runners?
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Beating the Heat
Jackson Therrien
Dr. Robinson
PE 4440113SP
03-4-14
Not only with athletes, but with many people in general, exercising in the heat can expose
the active person to life-threatening illnesses. Training in the heat leaves people susceptible
Using the information posted in the previous forum, please complete the following:
First, please outline what the current nutritional intake recommendations are for your
patient.
Design a 7-day nutritional plan for the goals of the athlete keeping in mind
Descriptive Statistics
Author(s)
Mikki Hebl
Prerequisites
none
Learning Objectives
1. Define "descriptive statistics"
2. Distinguish between descriptive statistics and inferential statistics
Descriptive statistics are numbers that are used to summarize an
Hand 1
Overcoming the Wall
Katelyn N. Hand
The University of West Alabama
Sports and Exercise Nutrition
Any endurance runner who has ever run a race knows the feeling of hitting the dreaded
wall. First, the legs start feeling weak and breathing start gett
Test 2: Exam Details
1.
2.
3.
4.
There are 13 test questions.
There are 5 multiple choice items.
There are 6 short answer items.
There 2 problems that will require you to upload your responses using either Word or Excel.
Topics to be familiar with:
1. Kno
Just a few notes from Salkind book (for those of you who do not have it).
1. The t-test for dependent means involves a comparison of means from each group of scores and
focuses on the differences between the scores.
2. There are 8 steps used when computin
Beating the Heat
Jackson Therrien
3-02-14
Not only athletes, but many people in general, exercise in the heat and expose themselves
to life-threatening illnesses. Training in the heat leaves those people susceptible to hyperthermia,
or the condition of th
Educating Female Volleyball Players on Nutrition
Katelyn Hand
11/16/14
Dr. Robinson
Nutrition
As a coach preparing competitive female volleyball players for high intensity exercise, it
is essential to educate them on every aspect of athletes nutrition for