# Advanced Quantitative Analysis

*label*Mathematics

*timer*Asked: Dec 23rd, 2018

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**Question description**

Using the dataset construct a 2×2 contingency table. Use SPSS to run the initial crosstab-table. Then, use Excel to construct a table in which you report:

- Conditional probabilities
- Conditional odds
- Logits
- Odds ratios
- Relative risk
- Slope

**Tags:**Anthony Napoli WALDEN INSTRUCTOR MANAGER Week 4 Assignment with SPSS Data File - Graded Assignment Attachment COLLAPSE Dear Stat Cats: Attached and Fall-to-Fall Persistence outcomes of first year college students. The dichotomized SAT-Math variable has two levels coded 0 or 1. Students that and students that scores above the mean were assigned a code or 1. The nominal Persistence variable is coded 0 for dropout and 1 for persistence. That is students that did not persist into the second year of college (dropped out) were given a code of 0 and students that did persist into the second were given a code of 1. The research question is are SAT-Math levels (the IV) predictive of year-to-year persistence (the DV) among 1st year college students. Using the dataset construct a 2×2 co use Excel to construct a table in which you report: Conditional probabilities Conditional odds Logits Odds ratios Relative risk Slope Be sure to a

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Table 1 Summary Statistics

Fall-to-Fall Persistence

Conditional

Risk

Conditional

Probability

Ratio

Odds

Logit

Odds

Slope

Intercept

Ratio

b1

b0

7.91

2.068

-0.276

Total

SAT Math

Dropped Out Persisted

Below Mean

29

22

51

0.431

0.76

-0.276

6.00

1.792

1.99

Above Mean

7

42

49

0.857

Total

36

64

100

0.640

The summary of the analysis is presented in Table 1. The number of students with scores below

and above the mean on SAT-Math who dropped out and who per...

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