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10:44 PM Wed Feb 16 ก 92% www-awu.aleks.com 0/3 DESCRIPTIVE STATISTICS Constructing a frequency distribution for non-grouped data Brandon V TIIIS III 121 patienS VISEU E UMCE. Latur patient saw one or We ve uoclois. Español (a) The doctor each patient went to see appears below. (F= Dr. Foster, M=Dr. Mitchel, P=Dr. Philips, T=Dr. Tran, W=Dr. Washington) Complete the frequency distribution for the data. Doctor Frequency Doctor F F P P FT M T Μ Τ Τ Ρ s T W E E 3 W F P T F M ס Аа (b) These doctors are affiliated with four major medical groups. But not every doctor is affiliated with every group. The table below shows the groups and the doctors affiliated with them. Medical group Doctor T City Med Bayside Plymouth Coast P and w M, P, and I F and w How many patients went to see a doctor affiliated with the Bayside medical group? patients Start ZUZZ IVICUIAW Lill LLC. All Rights Reserved. Terms of Use | Privacy Center Accessibility 10:44 PM Wed Feb 16 ก 92% www-awu.aleks.com DESCRIPTIVE STATISTICS = 0/3 Brandon V Constructing a frequency distribution for non-grouped data Español rning Page A doctor's office has five doctors. This morning, 21 patients visited the office. Each patient saw one of the five doctors. (a) The doctor each patient went to see appears below. (F= Dr. Foster, M=Dr. Mitchel, P=Dr. Philips, T=Dr. Tran, W=Dr. Washington) Complete the frequency distribution for the data. = = Doctor Frequency Doctor I F P P FT M T M Аа M M T T Р W T W 3 - 0 3 T W F P T F M P. w (b) These doctors are affiliated with four major medical groups. But not every doctor is affiliated with every group. The table below shows the groups and the doctors affiliated with them. Medical group Doctor City Med Bayside Plymouth Coast T P and W M, P, and I F and w How many patients went to see a doctor affiliated with the Bayside medical group? Start ZUZZ IVICUIAW Lill LLC. All Rights Reserved. Terms of Use | Privacy Center Accessibility 10:44 PM Wed Feb 16 ก 92% m АА www-awu.aleks.com + Go Shoppi New In Fashi... EGO Women's Bo... ATL Midwee... N Students NSU N WebAdvisor Bb McGraw-Hill... Mc Graw Hill Education C... х ALEKS - Bra... = DESCRIPTIVE STATISTICS Constructing a frequency distribution for grouped data Brandon V 0/5 Español Here are the shopping times (in minutes) of ten shoppers at a local grocery store. Complete the grouped frequency distribution for the data. In the distribution, the frequency of a class is the number of shopping times in that class. (Note that we are using a class width of 5.) Shopping time (in minutes) Shopping time (in minutes) Frequency Х s ? 32 37 20 28 36 18 to 22 23 to 27 1 34 33 18 23 20 Аа 28 to 32 33 to 37 M Explanation Check vzUZZ IVICUTAWill LLC. All Rights Reserved. Terms of Use | Privacy Center Accessibility 8:16 AM Thu Feb 17 < N Students N N WebAdvisor AA O DESCRIPTIVE STATISTICS Constructing a frequency distribution for non-grouped data (a) The image each participant selected appears below. Complete the frequency distribution for the data. Image 3 3 13 414 4 424 1 3 231 313 2 3 123 There were 24 participants in a recent study on personality traits. After being shown four images (1, 2, 3, and 4), each participant selected the one that was most appealing to them. Trait Optimistic Indecisive Image 1 and 3 2 and 3 Analytic 3 Impulsive 1, 2, and 4 www-awu.aleks.com Bb McGraw-Hill... Graw Education C... Hill participants Explanation (b) These images are associated with four personality traits. But not every image is associated with every trait. The table below shows the traits and the images associated with them. Check Image 1 2 3 4 Frequency How many participants selected an image that is associated with being optimistic? 0 X ALEKS - Bra... 0/3 + X Ś ? 79% SOLUTION:... Brandon Español Aa [] © 2022 McGraw Hill LLC. All Rights Reserved. Terms of Use | Privacy Center | Accessibility8:17 AM Thu Feb 17 < N Students N N WebAdvisor O DESCRIPTIVE STATISTICS Constructing a frequency distribution for non-grouped data AA 4 2 (a) The image each participant selected appears below. Complete the frequency distribution for the data. 331 3 4 3 Image There were 24 participants in a recent study on personality traits. After being shown four images (1, 2, 3, and 4), each participant selected the one that was most appealing to them. 4 1 3 2 3 1 1 3 2 3 Trait Optimistic Indecisive Explanation 1 4 4 Image 1 and 3 2 and 3 Analytic 3 Impulsive 1, 2, and 4 participants www-awu.aleks.com Mc Bb McGraw-Hill... Graw Education C... Hill 1 2 3 Check (b) These images are associated with four personality traits. But not every image is associated with every trait. The table below shows the traits and the images associated with them. Image 1 2 3 4 How many participants selected an image that is associated with being optimistic? Frequency X ALEKS - Bra... 0/3 X + ? 79% SOLUTION:... Brandon Español Aa [] ⒸZUZZ McGraw Hill LLC. All Rights Reserved. Terms of Use | Privacy Center | Accessibility8:16 AM Thu Feb 17 < N Students N N WebAdvisor 117 Temperature (in °F) 104 104 114 107 AA O DESCRIPTIVE STATISTICS Constructing a frequency distribution for grouped data 118 112 Explanation Here are the hottest recorded temperatures (in °F) for seven cities throughout North America. Complete the grouped frequency distribution for the data. In the distribution, the frequency of a class is the number of temperatures in that class. (Note that we are using a class width of 6.) Check Temperature (in °F) 101 to 106 www-awu.aleks.com 107 to 112 Bb McGraw-Hill... 113 to 118 Mc Graw Education C... Hill Frequency X X ALEKS - Bra... ? 1/5 + 79% SOLUTION:... Brandon Español 0 Aa [] © 2022 McGraw Hill LLC. All Rights Reserved. Terms of Use | Privacy Center | Accessibility8:23 AM Thu Feb 17 < O N Students N N WebAdvisor AA Try Again to: Your answer is incorrect. O DESCRIPTIVE STATISTICS Constructing a frequency distribution for grouped data Temperature (in °F) 104 104 114 107 117 118 112 Explanation Recheck Here are the hottest recorded temperatures (in °F) for seven cities throughout North America. Complete the grouped frequency distribution for the data. In the distribution, the frequency of a class is the number of temperatures in that class. (Note that we are using a class width of 6.) Temperature (in °F) 101 to 106 www-awu.aleks.com 107 to 112 Bb McGraw-Hill... 113 to 118 Frequency 2 2 Mc Graw Education C... Hill 2 X X ALEKS - Bra... ? Try again... 0/5 ☎77% + SOLUTION:... Brandon Español ▷ B Aa [>] © 2022 McGraw Hill LLC. All Rights Reserved. Terms of Use | Privacy Center | Accessibility11:11 PM Thu Feb 17 N Students N Week 1 V Descriptive Statistics Tags: Goal Topic, Video Start AA 0/5 Differentiating between parameters and statistics www.nsu.ed... Variable (a) Price (in dollars) of a shirt on the clearance rack www-awu.aleks.com (b) Name of cell phone service provider (c) Duration (in minutes) of a call to a customer support line Mc Bb McGraw-Hill... Graw Education C... Hill Descriptive Statistics Tags: Goal Topic, Video Classification of variables and levels of measurement For each of the variables described below, indicate whether it is a quantitative or a categorical (qualitative) variable. Also, indicate the level of measurement for the variable: nominal, ordinal, interval, or ratio. Make sure your responses are the most specific possible. Type of variable Quantitative 0/5 O Categorical Quantitative Categorical Quantitative O Categorical Level of measurement O Nominal O Ordinal Interval Ratio O Nominal Ordinal O Interval O Ratio O Nominal O Ordinal O Interval O Ratio X ALEKS - Bra... 2 Topics Filters X ? ☎ 37% + SOLUTION:... Brandon A Aa 1 ⒸZUZZ McGraw Hill LLC. All Rights Reserved. Terms of Use | Privacy Center | Accessibility11:11 PM Thu Feb 17 N Students N AA www.nsu.ed... www-awu.aleks.com O DESCRIPTIVE STATISTICS Differentiating between parameters and statistics Bb McGraw-Hill... Graw Education C... Hill (a) For Jina's audit of train records, identify the population and the sample. Population: (Choose one) Explanation Sample: (Choose one) (b) Choose whether each number described below is a parameter or a statistic for Jina's audit. Number The 4 cancelled trains among the random group audited by Jina The 18.6% of all trains scheduled to depart from the Concert Hall station last year that were late Check The 22.5-minute average delay among the random group audited by Jina X ALEKS - Bra... The records for all trains scheduled to depart from the Concert Hall train station last year showed that the average delay for these trains was 13.1 minutes, 18.6% of the trains had been delayed, and 12 trains had been cancelled. Jina is a traffic engineer helping the Concert Hall station improve its performance. She audited a random group of 70 records of trains scheduled to depart from the Concert Hall station last year. In her group the trains were late an average of 22.5 minutes, 30% of the trains had been delayed, and 4 trains had been cancelled. Parameter 0/5 Statistic ☎ 37% + SOLUTION:... Brandon Español HECH Aa ? ⒸZUZZ McGraw Hill LLC. All Rights Reserved. Terms of Use | Privacy Center | Accessibility11:36 PM Thu Feb 17 N Students N AA www.nsu.ed... O DESCRIPTIVE STATISTICS Classification of variables and levels of measurement Variable (a) Height (in centimeters) of an Olympic athlete Explanation (b) Rating in a consumer magazine (excellent, above average, fair, or poor) (c) Color vision status (colorblind or not colorblind) www-awu.aleks.com Check Bb McGraw-Hill... For each of the variables described below, indicate whether it is a quantitative or a categorical (qualitative) variable. Also, indicate the level of measurement for the variable: nominal, ordinal, interval, or ratio. Make sure your responses are the most specific possible. Type of variable Quantitative O Categorical Mc Graw Education C... Hill Quantitative O Categorical Level of measurement O Nominal Ordinal Interval Ratio Nominal O Ordinal Interval Ratio X ALEKS - Bra... Nominal Quantitative O Ordinal O Categorical Interval O Ratio 1/5 X Ś ? + 28% SOLUTION:... Brandon Español Aa [] ⒸZUZZ McGraw Hill LLC. All Rights Reserved. Terms of Use | Privacy Center | Accessibility
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