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Homework Ch. 2
1.
Identify the type of measurement scale for each of the following variables.
a) Number of miles walked per week:
b) Type of car:
c) SAT score (assume equal intervals):
d) Proficiency in math graded in the cate
A recent article that communicates bias information based on the presentation of
the Treasury rebuked over 'misleading' flood-spending graph. The Treasury has
been reprimanded over a chart that gave voters a false impression over the scale of
Government s
Regression uses the relationship between variables in making predictions. It is
possible to predict a persons health depending on their lifestyle. For example, if they
are smokers, we can predict breathing problems or lung cancer. We can also predict if
s
What was the muddiest (i.e., least understood) point in this week's textbook
assignment?
The muddiest point for me in this weeks textbook assignment was the area chart. I
understand that it is similar to the line chart. However, the area between the line
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Homework Ch. 8
1.
Define random sample in a simple, easily understandable way.
2.
When solving problems involving the multiplication rule, what are the three conditions it
is useful to distinguish between? Why is it useful to
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Homework Ch. 7
1.
Define the following terms:
Regression Line:
Linear Regression:
Multiple Correlation:
Multiple Regression:
Coefficient of Determination:
2.
According to lecture, what is the difference between r and r2?
3.
Th
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Homework Ch. 6
1. Review: What is a measurement scale? What are the four types of measurement scales?
2. What measurement scales are used with:
A Pearson correlation?
A Spearman rank order correlation?
3. Label/describe the ty