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Amiya Hart 2022-12-18

Is the correct statement that the data are discrete because the data can only take on specific values.

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quakbIi 2022-11-26

Which of the following quantity remains constant during the uniform circular motion?

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Chrispian Kimeli2022-09-19

- Consider the following research questions/study scenarios. For each study, discuss the most appropriate methods for describing the data (graphically and numerically). What statistical method would be most appropriate for addressing the research questions? Be sure to provide a justification of the statistical method. Provide the appropriate regression model and statistical test when appropriate. Exposure to arsenic in drinking water during pregnancy may have an impact on infant outcomes. Infants born to mothers residing in two cities, one with arsenic concentrations in the drinking water and one without, are compared to investigate whether arsenic exposure is associated with smaller head circumferences. However, the two cities are different with respect to income, prenatal care, parity, and iron supplementation.

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Abram Boyd 2022-07-01

What the relationship between descriptive and inferential statistics?

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Finley Mckinney 2022-06-27

Data can be described as being quantitative or qualitative. If qualitative, it can be described as nominal or ordinal. In order to be ordinal, you must be able to order the data in a meaningful way; therefore, being able to order pins from least to greatest does not make them ordinal, I know.

I am wondering though, why can't pins be described as ordinal given they can be ordered in terms of complexity, by the number of repeating digits, etc? EDIT: In this case, the order would be meaningful in a study about links between simple pin numbers and stolen credit cards for instance.

I am wondering though, why can't pins be described as ordinal given they can be ordered in terms of complexity, by the number of repeating digits, etc? EDIT: In this case, the order would be meaningful in a study about links between simple pin numbers and stolen credit cards for instance.

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Mayra Berry 2022-06-25

What do quantitative and qualitative measurements mean in science?

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glycleWogry 2022-06-23

What is a numerical variable and what is a categorical variable?

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Villaretq0 2022-06-23

What is the importance of descriptive statistics?

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Reginald Delacruz 2022-06-18

Why is the mean often not a good measure of central tendency for a skewed distribution?

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mravinjakag 2022-06-16

Is age a discrete or continuous variable? Why?

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Peppa Pig2022-06-15

The circle graph shows the number of times a group of survey respondents watched the news in the past week. If the number of respondents in the study was approximately 34,000, how many stated that they watched the news 5-6 times in the last week? How would you work out this equation to get the answer provided?

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Miles Morgan2022-06-11

C) The UCC football team has added a national power to next year’s schedule. The other team has agreed to play the game for a guaranteed fee of $350,000 plus 30 percent of ticket revenues. Assume that all tickets will be sold for $25.

a) How many tickets must be sold in order to recover the $350,000 guarantee?

b) If college official wish to net a profit of $500,000 from the game, how many tickets must be sold?

c) If a sellout of 50,000 fans is assured, what ticket price would allow the university to earn the desired profit of $500,000?

Assuming a sellout of 50,000 tickets, what would total profit equal if the tickets are priced at $25?

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Mackenzie Rios 2022-05-22

Type of Distribution for Survey Answers 1 to 10

Investigating survey data where participants are asked to answer based on a scale of 1 to 10

typically, the average is around 8.5 with most responses between 7-10, with a lower numbers like 3 scattered around

what is the best way to describe the distribution since it's skewed?

Investigating survey data where participants are asked to answer based on a scale of 1 to 10

typically, the average is around 8.5 with most responses between 7-10, with a lower numbers like 3 scattered around

what is the best way to describe the distribution since it's skewed?

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boitshupoO 2021-03-07

What is the difference between quantitative and qualitative data.

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Tazmin Horton 2021-03-06

What connection exists between a quantitative data set's frequency or relative frequency distribution and a qualitative data set?

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