Southey Volume 9, Issue 1 (2011)
Journal of New Business Ideas & Trends
2011, 9(1), pp. 43-50.
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The Theories of Reasoned Action and Planned
Behaviour Applied to Business Decisions: A
Selective Annotated Bibliography
Gregory Southey
Facu
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Crosstabs
Lesson 1: Running crosstabs to test your hypothesis
To access the Crosstabs in your SPSS, click the following:
Analyze
Descriptive Statistics
Crosstabs
Once you work your way through these selections, you should reach this dialog box:
You will w
Measures and Strengths of Association
Remember that while we may find two variables to be involved in a relationship, we also want to
know the strength of the association. Each type of variable has its own measure to determine
this though. Three measures
Seminar Four Stat Crunch
In a Word document develop the solution to the following problem:
Use Stat Crunch to get the Confidence interval:
Freshman 15 Weight Gain Find the dataset in Stat Crunch that corresponds to Data Set
4 in Appendix B
SEX
WTSEP
WTAPR
Seminar Six StatCrunch
Due: Saturday
Points: 20
Using the data collected from the Student Data Survey at the beginning of the course, develop
the solution to the following problem and submit it in a Word document.
Use the size of shoe and height data.
Gen
Seminar Five StatCrunch
In a Word document, develop the solution to the following problem:
Use StatCrunch to perform the following hypothesis test with the data collected from the Student
Data Survey at the beginning of the course.
Test the claim that the
Seminar Three Stat Crunch
Due: Saturday
Points: 20
In Section 6-2, we learned how to use Table A-2 to find probabilities and z-scores. In a Word
document, develop the solution to the following problem:
Assume a distribution with mean = 0 and a standard de
Stat Crunch
In a Word document, develop the solution to the following problems:
1. Use the instructions on page 217 to create a binomial distribution. Compute the n at 10,
100, 1000 and 10,000. What do you notice?
Solution:
At n = 10
At n = 100
At n = 100
StatCrunch Solved Assignment
1) Using the StatCrunch directions found on page 58 of your textbook (blue box)
and the data collected from the Student Data Survey at the beginning of the
course, create a histogram showing the number of people in your classm