STATISTICS Homework Assignment #6 1. In flipping a coin 100 times, we record 53 heads and 47 tails. Assuming that the coin is fair, the most likely explanation for the difference between the empirical results and the theoretical results of 50 heads and 50
STATISTICS Homework Assignment #1 1. 2. One important requirement of any descriptive statistic is that it must be representable When a behavioral scientist draws a conclusion about a large group of subjects, the scientist is using .a. inferential statisti
STATISTICS Homework Assignment #4 1. Given the two distributions below:
The variability of scores in distribution A would be MORE THAN the variability of scores in distribution B. 2. The measure(s) of variability which use(s) only two numbers in the calcu
Statistics 2101 Homework Assignment #2 1. The number of times an event occurs is called a frequency 2. For the class interval 60-69, the upper apparent limit is 69 3. The real limits for the class interval 101-110 are 100.5 and 110.5 4. The class-interval
STATISTICS Homework Assignment #3 1. In a grouped frequency distribution, the mode is equal to the midpoint of the modal class 2. What is the midpoint of the class interval 144-150? 147 3. The median is equal to the score associated with the 50th percenti