sample mean= 85
Stadard deviation= 8 sample size= 64
95% confidence
85 +/ (1.96)8/8
85+/ 1.96
851.96= 83.04
85+1.96= 86.96
Thus, with confidence, you conclude that the population mean is between 86
Less than 95
Between 95 and 97.5
Above 102.2
65% chance
95100/2=5/2=2.5; Z=0.0062; .62%
Z(95)=0.0062; Z(97.5)=0.1151; 0.00620.1151=.1091; 11%
102.2100/2=1.1
Z=0.38532; 2(0.38532)+100= 99.23
Bet
Mean
6
Median
7
Mode
7
Range
12
Standard Deviation
4
Coefficient of Variance
0.6666
Z Score
0.25
Outliers?
No
Shape
Positive asccending
22,22,23,24,24,24,24,25,25,26,26,26,26,27,27,30,31,32,33,37,38,3
Lower Critical Value: 1.645
Upper Critical Value: 1.645
The decision rule for this test is to reject the hypothesis if Z < 1.645 or Z > 1.645
Null hypothesis: H: u = 14
Alternative hypothesis: H: u
a. the employed adult felt tense or stressed out at work?
b. the employed adult was a male who felt tense or stressed out at
c. the employed adult was a male or felt tense or stressed out at wo
d. Exp
A. From the t distribution tables, the critical at 5% level of the significance for 17 degrees
to be rejected. Therefore, it can be concluded that there is sufficient evidence to support th
B. Pvalue
BUS 352
Problem 1.5
A ) Amount of time spent shopping at a bookstore.
Numerical, continous; because time can be measured
B) Nuber of textbooks purchased
Numberical, descrete; because it is a value tha
Understanding Statistics in the Behavioral Sciences
STATISTICS 520

Fall 2015
RUNNING HEAD: Coyne and Messina Articles: Part 2 Statistical Assessment
Arica I. James
Coyne and Messina Articles: Part 2 Statistical Assessment
Grand Canyon University
HLT 540
August 2, 2017
1
Coyne
COMPARE AND CONTRAST TWO FAMOUS EDUCATORS
Compare and Contrast Two Famous Educators using APA Style
Alicia M Thomas
Northcentral University
EDU80008
Foundations for Doctoral Study in Education
Januar
Exercise 17
STUDY QUESTIONS
1. Are independent or dependent (paired) scores examined in this study? Provide a
rationale for your answer.
2. What independent (intervention) and dependent (outcome) vari
Exercise 6
Sarah Loftin
1. What are the frequency and percentage of the COPD patients in the severe airow limitation
group who are employed in the Eckerblad et al. (2014) study?
The frequency is 7 and
Exercise 27: Calculating Descriptive Statistics
Sarah Loftin
1. What is the mean age of the sample data? 56.5 years
(42+41+56+78+86+49+82+35+59+37)/10=565/10=56.5
Report
Age
Mean
N
56.50
Std. Deviatio
Tina A.Rookard
HLT362 Applied Statistics for Health Care Professional
Exercise 16
1. The degrees of freedom of an estimate is the number of independent pieces of
information that went into calculatin
Tina A. Rookard
HLT 362 Applied Statistics for the Health Care Professional
Exercise 31
1. Yes. The assumptions are: the population if about normally distributed, dependent variable measured is on a c
Tina A. Rookard HLT 362V Applied Statistics for the Health Care Professional
Exercise 18
1. The degrees of freedom are calculated by subtracting k, the number of groups in the study
(which is 3) by th
HLT 362V Applied Statistics for the Health Care Professional
Exercise 33
1. The data meet criteria for homogeneity of variance because the Test of Homogeneity of
Variance was not significant, p = 0.45
Tina A.Rookard
HLT362 Applied Statistics for Health Care Professional
Exercise 16
1. The degrees of freedom of an estimate is the number of independent pieces of
information that went into calculatin
Tina A. Rookard
HLT326V Applied Statistics for Health Care Professionals
Exercise # 27
1. 56.5
The mean age is 56.500. By adding age variable and then dividing it by 10 will equal 56.500
Descriptive
Tina A. Rookard
HLT362V Applied Statistics for Health Care Professionals
Exercise 10
1. Normal data is in the form of a name, list or piece of information; but it is not a number.
History of fracture
Name:
Sylvicise Caneus
Date: 3/13/2016
Topic One: Mean, Variance, and Standard Deviatio
Please type your answer in the cell beside the question.
Please type you answer in the cell beside the question.
3/30/2016
EXERCISE 36
1. The researchers found a significant difference between the two groups (control
and treatment) for change in mobility of the women with osteoarthritis (OA) over 12
weeks with t
3/23/2016
EXERCISE 20
1. Which patient scored the highest on the preoperative CVLT
Acquisition? What was his or her T score?
Patient number 3 had the highest score the T score was 63
2. Which patient
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