WEEK 4 EXERCISES
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WEEK 2 EXERCISES
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SPSS ASSIGNMENT #6
The t Test for Independent Samples
SPSS instructions to run the t Test for Independent Samples: (For more details, check the links provided
under Course Materials in the Course Overview Folder (under Lessons).
Once you have entered the
WEEK 8 EXERCISES (the last oneyou made it!)
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WEEK 6 EXERCISES
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WEEK 5 EXERCISES
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Quiz #7
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Part 1 of 1 - 25.0 Points
Question 1 of 25 1.0 Points
If you have 30 respondents identifying their political preference (i.e. democrat, republican, independent., what would the
expected frequency be for each category?
A.1
SPSS ASSIGNMENT #1
Read chapters 1, 2, and be sure to go through the SPSS tutorial (or run the tutorial).
Then, follow these guidelines.
To Enter Data:
1.
Click on the Variable View tab in the lower left corner of the screen. In the first
box under the co
SPSS ASSIGNMENT #3
Computing z-Scores Using SPSS
Using the data below:
1.
Determine the z-score that corresponds to each teachers salary and enter them in the table
below. (Follow the steps on the second page).
The following data are from a survey of high
SPSS ASSIGNMENT #2
Creating Scatter Diagrams and More
Review and follow the steps in your text and you may want to keep SPSS Statistics 21 Brief Guide handy
just in case.
1a.
The following have been prepared so that data sets B through D are slightly modi
SPSS ASSIGNMENT #8
Chi-Square
SPSS instructions:
Chi-Square Test for Goodness of Fit:
Open SPSS
Remember that SPSS assumes that all the scores in a row are from the same participant. In the
study presented in #1, there are 20 students, some of whom have b
WEEK 1 EXERCISES
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SPSS ASSIGNMENT #5
Single Sample & Dependent Samples t Tests
SPSS instructions: (For more details, check the links provided under Course Materials in the Course
Overview Folder (under Lessons).
t Test for a Single Sample:
Open SPSS
Enter the number of act
SPSS ASSIGNMENT #4
Crosstabs
For this assignment you will be using the data contained in the following file (you can find it under Resources)
soci332_dataset.sav
The Crosstabs command produces frequency distributions for multiple variables. This command i
WEEK 3 EXERCISES
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Quiz #6
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Part 1 of 1 - 25.0 Points
Question 1 of 25 1.0 Points
The _ is a hypothesis-testing procedure in which there are two separate groups
of people tested and the population variance is not known.
A.t test for dependent means
SPSSASSIGNMENT#8
ChiSquare
SPSSinstructions:
ChiSquareTestforGoodnessofFit:
OpenSPSS
RememberthatSPSSassumesthatallthescoresinarowarefromthesameparticipant.Inthestudy
presented in #1, there are 20 students, some of whom have been suspended for misbehavior
SOCI332 Week 8 Quiz HELP
Week 8 Quiz SOCI332 Help:
Question 1 of 25
In a chi-square test, the variables are:
A.rank-order (ordinal)
B.ratio-scale
C.continuous (quantitative)
D.categorical (nominal)
Question 2 of 25
The main idea of a chi-square test is th
Question 1 of 25
Certain guidelines should be kept in mind when coding. Among these is(are) the following:
1.0 Points
A.the coding scheme should be appropriate to the analysis intended in the study.
B.the coding scheme should be appropriate to the theoret
WEEK 4 EXERCISES
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1.
In the following statements, woul