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4. 6,6,7,7,7,7,7
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What is the term associated with how flat or peaked a distribution appears?
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Response Answer
1. Skewness
2. Ogive
3.
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2. 51 miles
3. 31 miles
4. 47 miles
5. 69 miles
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Which of the following would be used to describe the type of statistical
methods used to organize and describe the Characteristics of a collection of
data?
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Bryans sister just won rst place at the Miss Fort Bend County beauty
contest! What level of measurement is involved in this statement?
Student Value Correct
Response Answer
1. Nominal
Sn 2. Ordinal 100% m
3. Ratio
4. Interval
5.
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What is the mode of the nal grades for the organic chemistry class?
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Response Answer
1. B
S] 2. C 100% E
3. (1+ and C
4. There is
no mode
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being used
and the
shape of the
distribution
5. The range
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When is the mode the appropriate measure of central tendency?
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Response Answer
1. When the
standard
deviation is
large
2. When the
data
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A market researcher selects 100 women and 100 men for a stirvey on new
cars. What type of sampling is being used for this study?
Student V alue Correct
Response Answer
1. Convenience
2. Cluster
3. Systematic
& 4. S
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To obtain the mean, what should we (:10?
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1. Sum all
the scores
and divide
by the
sum of all
scores
% 2. Sum all 100%
the scores
and divide
by the
total
number of
scores
3. Count 311
the score
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What is the distinguishing characteristic of a bimodal distribution?
Student Value Correct , Feedback
Response AnSWer
1. All scores
are the
same
2. All
frequencies
are the
same
. 'Iwo scores 100% &
have the
same and
highest
fre
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number of
scores in a
sample
cfw_it 2. The 100% &
number of
scores in a
population
3. The sum
of the
scores in a
population
4. The
variability
of the
scores in a
population
5. The sum
of the
scores in a
sample
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What
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of outliers
4. skewness
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Which of the following is NOT a descriptive statistic?
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Response Answer
1. median
2. correlation
coefcient
3! 3. variance 100%
4. range
5. mode
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KIN1352 LAB 1: Wellness Profile
After reading Chapter 1, describe one way in which you are strong and one way in
which you are not so strong for each dimension of wellness (2 points per dimension)
Example: For physical wellness
Nutrition Intervention in the Treatment of Eating Disorders
Nutrition Intervention in the Treatment of Eating Disorders
Mary joy, Ebirim
University of Houston
December 4, 2015
ABSTRACT: Eating Disorders is one of the over looked psychological disorders. A
Section 3 Review
Which test statistic is used in ANOVA?
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KIN 4310
2
Review Questions:
1) What is ANOVA?
1)
is a method for testing the hypothesis that three or
more population means are equal.
2) What is H0 in an ANOVA?
1) Which st
Course Review
Review Questions
A hypothesis is:
a) A widely understood fact of nature
b) An explanation of some observed
phenomenon that is supported by large
amounts of convincing evidence
c) An educated guess *
Review Questions:
1) What is a hypothesis?
Exam 3
1. A Type 1 error is when:
a. You reject the null hypothesis when it is actually true
b. You reject the null hypothesis when it is actually false
c. You fail to reject the null hypothesis when is actually false
d. You fail to reject the null hypoth
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
According to measurement theory: O=T+E. The score that you actually record is
A) Observed score
B) True score
C) Error score
UH researchers recently conducted an experimental study in which they manipulated the rats. Some rats w
Chapter 1
The Emergence of the
Obesogenic
Environment
Objectives
1. Understand the historical
emergences of obesity as a public
health concern.
2. Discover the utility of framing
obesity in an ecologic model.
3. Describe obesogenic factors at
each environ
Question 1
0.5 out of 0.5 points
What is the biggest factor accounting for the decline in children walking to
school?
Selected
Answer:
Correct
Answer:
b.
Distance between the home
and school
b.
Distance between the home
and school
Question 2
0 out of 0.