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GENDER MALE FEMALE TOTAL LIKES SHOPPING FOR CLOTHES 136 224 360 DOES NOT LIKE SHOPPING FOR CLOTHES 104 36 140 TOTAL 240 260 500 P (shopper is a male...
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  1. Use the contingency table you constructed in Module 2 to determine if there is evidence of a significant difference between proportions of males and females who enjoy shopping for clothing at the 0.01 level of significance. Determine the p-value in (a) and interpret its meaning.
  2. Football players trying out for the NFL are given the Wonderlic intelligence test. This data file (xlsx) contains the average Wonderlic score of those players and the graduation rates for football players at selected schools. Compute the covariance and the coefficient of correlation. What conclusions can you reach about the relation between average Wonderlic score and graduation rate?


GENDER LIKES SHOPPING FOR CLOTHES DOES NOT LIKE SHOPPING FOR CLOTHES TOTAL MALE 136 104 240 P (shopper is a male and likes shopping) FEMALE 224 36 260 males who likes shopping 136 TOTAL 360 140 500 total number of males 240 0.566667 percentage 56.66667 P(shopper likes to shop for clothes number of both shoppers 360 total respondents 500 0.72 percentage 72 P(male shopper who do not like shopping for clothes) male who don’t like shopping 104 total number of males 240 0.433333 percentage 43.33333 P (shopper is female and does not love shopping female shopper who don’t like shopping 36 female shopper 260 0.138462 percentage 13.84615
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School Wonderlic Graduation% Stanford 28.8 85 Purdue 25.3 63 California 25.2 48 UCLA 24.0 55 Oregon 23.5 68 Wisconsin 23.2 56 Iowa 23.0 58 Oregon State 22.8 44 Nebraska 22.6 63 Notre Dame 22.5 77 Boston College 22.0 78 Colorado 21.8 43 Michigan 21.7 57 Virginia 21.5 75 Texas A & M 21.0 50 Florida 20.8 42 Ohio State 20.8 52 Penn State 20.7 74 Virginia Tech 20.7 58 Southern California 20.3 58 West Virginia 20.3 46 Arizona State 20.2 44 Kansas State 19.8 61 Georgia 19.8 53 Texas 19.7 34 North Carolina State 19.6 42 Florida State 19.4 49 Oklahoma 19.0 40 North Carolina 18.9 53 Arkansas 18.6 35 Auburn 18.5 48 LSU 18.5 42 Clemson 18.3 51 Alabama 18.2 49 South Carolina 17.9 54 Tennessee 17.7 38 Michigan State 16.6 41 Miami (Florida) 16.3 57
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