Homework 5 Chapter 4: 4, 10, 15 4. When a sample has a standard deviation of zero there is no variability; all scores are the same. 10. X 8 4 7 1 (X ) 8-5 = 3 4-5 = -1 7-5 = 2 1-5= -4 (X )2 32 = 9 -12 = 1 22 = 4 -42 = 16
a. = (X)/n = 20/4 = 5 b.
Homework 3 Chapter 3: 5, 7, 8, 10, 20
5. The mean, medium, and mode will have the same value when the distribution is symmetrical and has one mode. 7. The mean is not often a good measure of central tendency for a skewed distribution because extreme
Homework 4 Computer Analysis I
A. The pie chart indicates that 24.6 percent of the respondents like country music very much (I guess there's no accounting for taste!), 37.8 percent like country music, 22.6 percent had mixed feelings, 10.7 percent di
SOC 390 Worksheet 1
Chapter 1 & 2
Name: Jasmine Santos
Class Time: T&TH 10:30am
Complete the table below with regard to the four types/scales of measurement. Try to use an example that
was not in the textbook and was or discussed in class. Also please ens
Soc 390 Practice Problems #2
*Pay close attention to any terms and concepts that appear in these practice problems. This does not
mean it will be in the same context on the Exam.
1. Matching each concept in column 1 with a concept in column 2:
Column 1
Co
Rhyann Woodard
Chloe Dellert
Kristen Steiner
SOC 390: Social Statistics I Statistical Computer Analysis 5
Data:
Our sample is a convenience sample of SOC 390 students. Therefore, it is not representative of the population of
SOC 390 students at ASU becaus
Rhyann Woodard
Chloe Dellert
Kristen Steiner
SOC 390: Social Statistics I
Statistical Computer Analysis 4
Data:
The dataset that we are using for this lab (renal.sav) contains medical data on 84 patients, all undergoing cardiac surgery.
Forty-two patients
SOC 390 Worksheet 2
Chapter 3
Name:
Rhyann Woodard
Class Time: 10:30
Complete the table below and then answer the questions that follow.
ensure that the definition you write is in your own words.
Also please
The purpose of this assignment is to help you t
SOC 390: Quiz 6
Chapter 7
Name:
Class:
Read each of the questions carefully and then select the best answer.
1. Suppose you were able to select an infinite number of random samples of a certain
size from a population and calculate a statistic on the sampl
Homework 1 Chapter 1: 7, 10, 18, 19, 20
7. Independent variable: aspirin Dependent variable: heart attack 10. a. dependent variable: number of colds b. Discrete (you cannot have 1.5 or 1.666666 colds, therefore it is not continuous) c. Ratio (having
SOC 390 Worksheet 2
Chapter 3
Class Time: 10:30 T&TH
Complete the table below and then answer the questions that follow. Also please ensure that the
definition you write is in your own words.
The purpose of this assignment is to help you to become more co