Introduction to Social Statistics SOCY 2061
University of Colorado Boulder Monday, June 11, 2007
Name _ This exam is worth 10% of your course grade. The exam consists of 64 questions. Each correct response is worth 1 point, except for the
In class exercise
Thursday, August 27th
Names of group members:
Patrick Farchione, Reed McMickens
Does social class have an impact on whether a couple will get married?
Middle Age People in US
1) A. No mode
C. Mode and Median tell us that people have a wide range of feelings about life.
D. It would not be an accurate representation of the dad because peoples answers
are all over the place.
2) A. Gender and Education Level
On average Men have a higher education level than women do.
I believe there is a correlation between being a male and higher levels of education
because of the gender wage gap.
1) A) Z = 8 3.01/ 2.65
B) Z = 5 3.01 / 2.65
Z= 0.75 or 0.2734
0.2734 + 0.50 = 0.7734
0.7734 x N
0.7734 x 1013 = 783.45 watch less than 5 hrs of TV a day (0.7734 is proportion)
C) Y = Y + Z(Sy)
Y = 3
8) We can reject the null hypothesis that men spend more time on the Internet than
9) A) It would be a one tailed test, since the claim is that one group of people, male
voters, is less than another gr
D ay 8: Var iance and standar d deviation
F r om D ay 7: I QR and Box Plot
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Standar d D eviation Choosing a measur e of
v ar iation
T he differ ence between the R ange and I QR
These values fall toget
Day 10: Working with ZScores
Why are Z-scores useful? What questions can we Working through examples
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answer using Z-scores?
Why are Z-scores useful?
Review: What is a Z-score? Review: If a Z-score is 1.45, t
Day 9: Sampling and the Normal Distribution
Properties of the Normal Distribution Shapes of Normal Distributions Standard (Z) Scores The Standard Normal Distribution
Chapter 6 1
Normal Distribution A bell-shaped and symmetrical theo
Thursday, September 3rd, 2015
In class exercise
1. Below is a tabulation of the frequency of the variable "attend2", which indicates how many religious services the respondent attends. Please answer each of the questions below the table: