EXERCISE 11 Questions to be Graded
1. What demographic variables were measured at least at the interval level of
measurement?
Race, mental status, education, type of feeding, amount of household / in
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Topic One: Mean, Variance, and Standard Deviatio
Please type your answer in the cell beside the question.
Please type you answer in the cell beside the question.
1. Identify the sampling t
Running head: WORKBOOK EXERCISE 20
Workbook Exercise 20
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Grand Canyon University
Applied Statistics for Healthcare Individuals
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WORKBOOK EXERCISE 20
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EXERCISE 23
1. What is the r value for the relationship between Hamstring strength index 60/s and the Shuttle
run test? Is this r value signicant? Provide a rationale for your answer.
The relationshi
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Topic Five: Correlation/Regression and Chi Square
Excel Worksheet
Directions: Answer all problems and submit to instructor at the end of Module 5
SYSTOLIC AND DIASTOLIC BLOOD PRESSURE OF F
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Workbook Excercises 11 and 16
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Grand Canyon University
Applied Statistics for Healthcare Individuals
HLT-362V
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April 26, 2016
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Workbook Exercise 18
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Grand Canyon University
Applied Statistics for Healthcare Individuals
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May 1, 2016
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WORKBOOK EXERCISE 18
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Topic 2: Population and Sampling
Distribution Excel Worksheet
Directions: Answer all questions and submit to instructor at the end of Topic 2
1 A. For a normal distribution that has a mean
Running head: WORKBOOK EXERCISE 36
Workbook Exercise 36
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Grand Canyon University
Applied Statistics for Healthcare Individuals
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WORKBOOK EXERCISE 36
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Topic 4: ANOVA Excel Worksheet
Directions: Answer all questions and submit to instructor at the end
of Module 4
Statistical Conclusion:
The null hypothesis is r
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Hypothesis Testing
Answer each question completely to recieve full credit
1. There is a new drug that is used to treat leukemia. The following data
represents th
WEEK 1 DQ 1
How can graphics and/or statistics be used to misrepresent data? Where have you seen this done?
Statistics can be a very powerful and important tool in gaining information necessary for
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Iderlyne Maurice
Professor Ekechukwu
SS144 Introduction to Sociology
Unit 6 Assignment screen shot
June 25, 2017
Theories of Deviance: Interview Analysis.
Part 1: Inteviewer1
Interviewed: Magdala Jena
Cause of Climate change
Iderlyne Maurice
Professor Lynn Murphy
Environmental Science
December 13, 2015
Many people have debated the cause and effect of climate change. It is definitely
something that
WEEK 1 ASSIGNMENTS
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Week 1 Assignments
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Everest University Online
October 12, 2017
WEEK 1 ASSIGNMENTS
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Section 1.1
22. Student I.D Quantitative
24. Volume of water lost each day through a
Stacey Halterman
STA 2014-1 Week 1 Homework
Section 1.1 - Determine whether the quantitative variable is discrete or continuous.
22. Goals scored in a season by a soccer player. Discrete
24. Volume of
2-1 -6 a. Yes this would make sense to use a pie chart due to comparing portions of land against all the land as as a whole.
26. b. This would make more sense to use a graph because you are comparing
Section 5.1
12. 0, 1/2, 3/4, 2/3
34
a. The probablitlity that the offspring will not have Huntingston's disease is 1/4, there is a one and fourth chance that the child
b. There is a 25% chance that a
Stacey Halterman Section 9.1
22. A is the correct answer. B would not be the correct answer because the 3% range applies to the data not the confidenc
36
a) 1498
b) 1691
Section
9.2
8
a) The t-value r
Stacey Halterman
Week 4 Homework
Section 6.1
8
a) Discrete x=1,2,3.
b) Continuous X>0
c) Discrete X=1,2,3.
d) Continuous X>0
12. Yes they would be considered to be discrete because the sum probibiliti
Loretta Singletary
July 23, 2017
Statistics
Instructor Tawfik
Section 2.1 number 26 A-B
1. A. Pie charts are useful for showing division of all possible values of a qualitative
variable into its parts
Section 7.4
22.) Smokers According to Information Please Almanac,
80% of adult smokers started smoking before they were 18
years old. Suppose 100 smokers 18 years old or older are
randomly selected. U
Section 2.3
6.) Car Accidents An article in a student newspaper claims that younger
drivers are safer than older drivers and provides the following graph to
support the claim. Explain how this graph i
Section 5.3
8.) Determine whether the events E and F are independent or
dependent. Justify your answer.
(a) E: The battery in your cell phone is dead. F: The batteries in
your calculator are dead. Ind
Section 1.1
In Problem 22, Classify the variable as qualitative or quantitative.
22) Student ID Number is qualitative.
In Problem 24, Determine whether the quantitative variable is discrete or
continu
Section 7.2
In Problem 20, find the value of z.
20.) z
0.02 = 0.5871
In Problems 24 & 28, assume that the random
variable X is normally distributed, with mean =
50 and standard deviation = 7. Compute