14. Par, Inc., is a small manufacturer Of golfequipment and supplies. Par's distributor
believe a market exists for both a medium-priced golf bag, referred to as a standard
model, and a high-priced golf bag, referred to as a deluxe model. The distributor
1
Hi class,
I found errors in Q7 of SPSS HW4:
Hints for Q7:
1. When you mark and write down the mean in the normal curve for Q5, it is very helpful to also
write down the raw scores for the 1SD, 2SD, -1SD, -2SD, lines, AND the min and max raw
scores.
2. T
1
Hi class,
I found errors in Q7 of SPSS HW4:
Hints for Q7:
1. When you mark and write down the mean in the normal curve for Q5, it is very helpful to also
write down the raw scores for the 1SD, 2SD, -1SD, -2SD, lines, AND the min and max raw
scores.
2. T
Received 12/05/11
Revised 05/27/12
Accepted 05/28/12
DOI;10.1002/j.2161-0045.2013.00041.x
Evaluating FOCUS-2's Effectiveness
in Enhancing First-Year Coiiege
Students' Sociai Cognitive Career
Development
David M. Tirpak and Lewis Z. Schlosser
This study ex
GET
FILE='F:\PHD Program\PHD\EDUC 5325\Homework dataset for Blackboard Complete.
sav'.
DATASET NAME DataSet1 WINDOW=FRONT.
SORT CASES BY CondNum.
SPLIT FILE SEPARATE BY CondNum.
GRAPH
/HISTOGRAM=MaEd.
Graph
Notes
Output Created
31-Oct-2013 20:39:49
Commen
GET
FILE='F:\PHD Program\PHD\EDUC 5325\Homework dataset for Blackboard Complete.
sav'.
DATASET NAME DataSet0 WINDOW=FRONT.
SORT CASES BY Race Sex.
SPLIT FILE LAYERED BY Race Sex.
FREQUENCIES VARIABLES=PFT_2012
/STATISTICS=STDDEV MEAN MEDIAN
/ORDER=ANALYSI
1
EDUC 5325, Fall, 2013
SPSS Homework #1
Q9 (6)
4.32
Q12 (1) .5250
Q14 (1) If you multiply/divide each score by a constant
value, you can multiply/divide the old mean by that same
constant, and you'll get the new mean.
Output (4) _
Name: Mariya Alexandra
1
EDUC 5325, Fall, 2013
SPSS Homework #1
Name: _
Q9 (6)
Q12 (1)
Q14 (1)
_
_
_
Output (4) _
Date: _
/12
%
The dataset
You will spend the next 12 weeks analyzing data collected from a sample of high school
students. The following data were collected:
demog
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EDUC 5325, Fall, 2013
SPSS Homework #2
Q2 (15)
Q3 (2)
Name: Mariya Yanovski
_
_
Q5 (5)
_
Q6-10 (5)
_
Output (13) _
Date: 9/17/2013
/40
%
The assignment
In this homework, you will use the same complete, previously saved SPSS data set to
calculate the sta
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Homework 5 Revised:
Alexandra Yanovski
6: Write a sentence reporting the results for the t test on WkshtScore in APA style, being sure to include both the verbal description and
the numerical (statistical) information. Use the class handout on APA style
GET
FILE='D:\PHD\EDUC 5325\Homework dataset for Blackboard Complete.sav'.
DATASET NAME DataSet1 WINDOW=FRONT.
GRAPH
/HISTOGRAM=NumAttempted.
Graph
Notes
Output Created
21-Oct-2013 22:33:38
Comments
Input
Data
D:\PHD\EDUC 5325\Homework
dataset for Blackboa
1
Homework 4 Corrections
Alexandra Yanovski
7) Using our guidelines of 34%, 14%, and 2%, guesstimate what percent of the sample
falls below each of the 6 TeachingRating scores (one sample worked problem is shown,
please use your sketch from Question 4 to
SOC 1167, Summer II
Name:_
Assignment #5
Total points: _ (out of 5)
1. The following scores were earned by ten students taking a final exam. For the entire class, the
exam scores were normally distributed with a mean of 75pts. and a standard deviation of
Stat 2512, Midterm Sample Exam 3
1. (5 points) The moment generating function of X is
1
MX (t) = (2 + et + e2t );
4
the moment generating function of Y is
1
MY (t) = (et + e2t + e3t );
3
X and Y are independent random variables. Let W = X Y . Find the
mom
Stat 2512, Midterm Sample Exam 2
1. (5 points) Suppose Y1 Gamma(1 , ) and Y2 Gamma(2 , ), 1 >
0, 2 > 0, > 0. Furthermore, Y1 and Y2 are independent. Find the pdf of
Z = Y1 + Y2 .
Solution: Because Y1 and Y2 are independent, we have
MZ (t) = E(eZt ) = E(e(
Stat 2512, Fall 2016
Intermediate Statistics
Basic Information:
Instructor: Yuexiao Dong
Oce: Speakman Hall 348
Telephone: (215) 204-0670
E-mail: [email protected] (Please put Stat2512 into the subject of
the email.)
Class: Tuesday and Thursday 2:00 pm-3:2
6.12.
a. (66.350, 69.160)
b. My result does agree with the handout as the handout is only a little different with it
rounding the numbers to 3 decimal places
c. There is 90% confidence that the sample mean lies between the interval (66.350,
69.160)
d. I d
Anthony Brusco
Professor Carides
Stastics 2101
25 January 2016
The following statistical statement I have found is based on the topic of Daily Fantasy
Sports changing the definition of what gambling is. The main issue of the topic is that
politicians are
Anthony Brusco
Excel Problems
2.24 a.
b. About 72%. I used the Stem and Leaf Plot since it shows all the numbers and not just a range
c. I used the Stem and Leaf Plot since again the Stem and Leaf Plot since the Histogram you can
only approximate what bar
11.15
a. MATH2011 = -97.413872 + 1.1881835 MATH2001
b. y = -97.414 + 1.188x
c. Since the math test gets harder over the years, it is practical to say if a person scores 0 on
a Math test in 2001 that same person is going to score -97 on a Math test in 2011
8.16
There is a correlation as the difference of the sample mean of .515 and T-statistic of .57 lies in
between the 95% confidence interval of (-1.308, 2.338)
SOC 1167, Summer II
Name:_
Assignment #4
Total points: _ (out of 5)
1. The following are student scores (points earned) on a final exam:
66, 98, 75, 83, 92, 94, 78, 87, 88, 95, 96, 75, 93, 82, 100
Find the minimum, maximum, and range.
Minimum:
Maximum:
Ra