Question 1
1 out of 1 points
An inferential statistical technique designed to test for significant
relationships between two variables organized in a bivariate table is
referred to as a:
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Answer:
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a chi-square test
a cross
tabulation
a bi
DEVELOPING VS. INDUSTRIALIZED COUNTRIES
Developing vs. Industrialized Countries
Shawna Atalla
Arizona State University
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DEVELOPING VS. INDUSTRIALIZED COUNTRIES
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Developing vs. Industrialized Countries
In the TED talk given by Hans Rosling in the U.S. St
Running head: HOW TO SPOT A LIAR
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How to Spot a Liar
Shawna Atalla
Arizona State University
HOW TO SPOT A LIAR
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How to Spot a Liar
In the TED talk by Pamela Meyer, she discusses a very important aspect in the
criminological field, lying and deception. I
Running Head: DONT BE FOOLED BY BAD STATISTICS
Dont be Fooled by Bad Statistics
Shawna Atalla
Arizona State University
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DONT BE FOOLED BY BAD STATISTICS
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Dont be Fooled by Bad Statistics
In the video presented for this weeks assignment, the three forms
ASSIGNMENT 1
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Assignment 1: Introduction to Reporting of Statistics
Shawna M. Atalla
Arizona State University
ASSIGNMENT 1
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Assignment 1: Introduction to Reporting of Statistics
In the video presented this week, on Last Week Tonight, reporter John Olive
Chapter 1
Introduction to statistical thinking
So why a stats class?
Didnt we join the social sciences so we didnt
have to do math?
Numbers and statistics are everywhere
Most of you likely have a working knowledge of
stats already, you just dont realiz
Chapter 6: The Normal Distribution
Properties of the Normal Distribution
Shapes of Normal Distributions
Standard (Z) Scores
The Standard Normal Distribution
Transforming Z Scores into Proportions
Transforming Proportions into Z Scores
Finding the Percenti
Chapter 4:
Measures of Central Tendency
What is a measure of central tendency?
Measures of Central Tendency
Mode
Median
Mean
Shape of the Distribution
Considerations for Choosing an
Appropriate Measure of Central Tendency
Frankfort-Nachmias and Leon-Gu
Consider the following distribution of scores: 7, 7, 9, 10, 12. What is
the mean for this distribution?
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9.
0
7.
0
9.
0
8.
5
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Question 2
1 out of 1 points
The score that divides the distribution into two equal parts so that ha
Elizabeth Vera
Professor G. Broberg
CRJ 303 Statistical Analysis
April 29, 2015
GSS Writing Assignment
Introduction:
With the wake of the Presidential Election, smearing of government officials have been
occurring. Outlandish claims of Bernie Sanders bein
STATISTICS OUT OF CONTEXT
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Assignment 2: Statistics Taken out of Context
Shawna Atalla
Arizona State University
STATISTICS OUT OF CONTEXT
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Assignment 2: Statistics Taken out of Context
The article presented in this weeks module, discusses the idea that