Chapter Three (Show all your work)
1) A teacher asked each of her students how many novels they had read in the previous six
months. The results are shown below.
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SPSS Week 6
Imagine a researcher is interested in the relationships among teachers self-esteem and
productivity. A randomly selected sample of 40 teachers completed a questionnaire including a
number of demographic questions as well as measures to assess
Chapter One
1) Determine whether the evaluated group is a population or a sample
a) Based on a randomly selected group of 500 patients with high cholesterol, it was
found that 67% have heart disease. Is this a population or a sample; explain your
answer.
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News Report Summary
Economic gains in the U.S. have remained meager the last few months. While there have
been small upward shifts in food and gasoline prices, inflation has been less than what the
economy needs (Soergel, 2015). According to economists, t
Problem 1)
A skeptical paranormal researcher claims that the proportion of Americans that have seen a UFO
is less than 1 in every one thousand. State the null hypothesis and the alternative hypothesis for
a test of significance.
Ho: p > = 0.001
Ha: p < 0.
Chapter Five
1) If light bulbs have lives that are normally distributed with a mean of 2500 hours and a
standard deviation of 500 hours, what percentage of light bulbs have a life less than 2500
hours?
According to the 68-95-99.7 rule in a normal distribu
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Application Questions and Problems
Chapter One
1) Determine whether the evaluated group is a population or a sample
a) Based on a randomly selected group of 500 patients with high cholesterol, it was
found that 67% have heart disease. Is
For this assignment, you will undertake an analysis based on a self-designed fictitious study that utilizes
statistical methodologies. You will first develop a fictitious problem to examine - it can be anything. For
example, maybe you want to look at whet