Samples "Statistics"


Central Limit Theorem

Part A The Central Limit Theorem is important for a number of reasons. First, because the Central Limit Theorem makes a claim about the normal distribution of a large number of values, it suggests the appropriateness of using parametric forms of statistical analysis (such as the independent samples t test)...

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Descriptive Statistics

What is the probability for:10 members of the 50-member sample were grade E males. The probability of being a male in grade E is 10/50 or 1/5. There is a 20% chance that a grade E male will be selected at random. 10 members of the 25-member part of the...

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Statistical Methods and Results

Using Statistical Software for Social Scientist (SPSS) the data that was collected was analyzed. After being coded the SPSS was able to find values such as frequency, percentage, valid percentage and cumulative percentage. Questions that were not answered in the survey were treated as though the values were missing and...

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Descriptive and Inferential Statistics

Descriptive Statistics is a term given to the analysis of data that helps describe, data in a meaningful way such a way that patterns can emerge from the data but simply it is a way to describe the data (Lund, 2013). Venkataraman (2015) uses a descriptive statistics to acquired data...

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Statistical Evidence Review

I believe that the descriptive statistics in “The Relationships among Anxiety, Anger, and Blood Pressure in Children” sufficiently describes the major key variables and background characteristics of the sample. It shows that 264 children from grades kindergarten to sixth were recruited from 5 different schools. It also states that though...

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Reflection on the Analysis of Variance (ANOVA)

The ANOVA test was the hardest part of topics learned in class throughout the course. Thus, when preparing for the exams, I knew well that I needed to master the principles of the Analysis of variance to increase my chances of passing. The ANOVA encompasses a great deal of subtopics...

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