Inferential Statistics Hypothesis Testing and Research Summary

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Conduct an analysis and hypothesis test of your choice on the data you collected. Write a 250-500 word research summary of the findings generated in the assignments for Topics 2 through 5. The research summary should address the following.

  1. Explain what type of analysis and hypothesis test was conducted on the data collected.
  2. Summarize the survey results based on the results of the data you analyzed.
  3. Include the Excel analysis as part of the document.

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Create two frequency tables based on two separate questions from your survey. Q3 How important is cost when choosing a vacation destination? Answer choices Extremely Important Quite important Moderately important Slightly important Not at all important Frequency (f) 16 13 3 0 0 32 Percentage 50,00% 40,63% 9,38% 0,00% 0,00% Q4 How likely are you to go on vacation outside the continental United States in the next 12 months? Answer choices Extremely Important Quite important Moderately important Slightly important Not at all important Frequency (f) Percentage 13 40,63% 9 28,13% 1 3,13% 5 15,63% 4 12,50% 32 Create a bar graph and a pie chart based on the data in the frequency tables. Q3 How important is cost when choosing a vacation destination? Q3 - Bar Graph 18 16 14 12 10 8 6 4 2 0 Extremely Important Quite important Moderately important Slightly important Not at all important Q4 How likely are you to go on vacation outside the continental United States in the next 12 months? Q4 - Bar Graph 14 12 Frequency 10 8 6 4 2 0 Extremely Important Quite important Moderately important Slightly important Not at all important Moderately important 9% Q3 - Pie Chart Quite important 41% Extremely Important 50% Well done! Always make sure you label graphs in the right manner. Q4 - Pie Chart 0,125 0,15625 0,40625 0,03125 0,28125 Extremely Important Quite important Slightly important Not at all important Moderately important ne! Always make sure you label your n the right manner. Determine the class intervals and create frequency distribution for each of the frequency tables. Q3 How important is cost when choosing a vacation destination? Answer choices Extremely important Quite important Moderately important Slightly important Not at all important Value 0 1 2 3 4 Class Interval 0-1 2-3 4-5 Midpoint Frecuency (f) 0,5 29 2,5 3 4,5 0 Total 32 Q4 How likely are you to go on vacation outside the continental United States in the next 12 months? Answer choices Extremely important Quite important Moderately important Slightly important Not at all important Value 0 1 2 3 4 Class Interval 0-1 2-3 4-5 Midpoint Frecuency 0,5 22 2,5 6 4,5 4 Total 32 Relative f Percentage 0,906 0,094 0,000 1,000 90,63% 9,38% 0,00% 100,00% xt 12 months? Relative f Percentage 0,688 0,188 0,125 1,000 68,75% 18,75% 12,50% 100,00% Create one frequency polygon of the data from the frequency distribution. Q3 How important is cost when choosing a vacation destination? Class Interval Midpoints Frequency 0 0 0-1 0,5 29 2-3 2,5 3 4-5 4,5 0 6,5 0 Frequency Polygon 35 Frequency 30 25 20 15 10 5 0 0 0,5 2,5 4,5 Answers Q4 How likely are you to go on vacation outside the continental United States in the next 12 months? Class Interval Midpoints Frequency 0 0 0-1 0,5 22 2-3 2,5 6 4-5 4,5 4 6,5 0 Frequency Polygon 25 Frequency 20 15 10 5 0 0 0,5 2,5 Answers 4,5 Polygon Variable in the horizontal axis should be numeric and ideally, continuous. 4,5 6,5 4,5 6,5 Polygon Q3 How important is cost when choosing a vacation destination? Answer choices Value Extremely important 0 Quite important1 Moderately important 2 Slightly important 3 Not at all important 4 Class Interval 0-1 2-3 4-5 Midpoint Frecuency (f) Relative f PercentagefM 0,5 29 0,906 90,63% 14,50 2,5 3 0,094 9,38% 7,50 4,5 0 0,000 0,00% 0,00 Total 32 1,000 100,00% 22,00 Mean 0,688 Standard Deviation0,592289 a b b confidence interval Probability 0,95 z value 1,96 lower limit 0,482282 Upper limit 0,892718 Probability 0,9 z value 1,645 lower limit 0,515264 Upper limit 0,859736 Probability 0,9 z value 2,326 lower limit 0,443961 Upper limit 0,931039 Confidence intervals should be co numerical data columns, or tallied data. See column P for an instance of th can be used to create 90, 95 and I calculated mean, standard devia pieces needed to compute the co Notice the data should be in the s provided. age (fake data) 44 52 M2 F.M2 0,25 6,25 20,25 7,25 18,75 0 26 nfidence intervals should be computed from merical data columns, i.e. not from frequency tables allied data. column P for an instance of the type of data that be used to create 90, 95 and 98 CI. lculated mean, standard deviation and n, which are ces needed to compute the confidence interval. tice the data should be in the sample format Use these values to calculate confidence interval as shown in the text mean std dev n 43,5625 14,06881 32 29 60 55 63 30 55 37 43 43 47 61 36 64 48 54 24 54 20 59 25 24 57 32 27 57 55 31 24 55 29 Ifeoluwa Anani January 25, 2018 American Work Culture Millennials are taking more vacations than their ancestors. Americans decline taking time off due to fear of job loss and vacation planning. According to project time off (2017). American workers believe the path to career success requires sacrificing vacation time and embracing work martyrdom. Many Americans fear taking a vacation could make them seem less serious about work therefore jeopardizing their employment. In retrospect, planning for and taking time off benefits individual wellbeing and professional success. I conducted a survey asking about 32 individuals if they planned on taking a vacation in this year. Vacations Extremely Likely Number of Persons 13 Quite Likely 9 Moderately Likely 1 Slightly Likely 5 Not at all Likely 4 Number of American likeTravel in 2018 Not at all Likely 12% Extremely Likely 41% Slightly Likely 16% Moderately Likely 3% Quite Likely 28% Mean – 13 + 9 + 1 + 5 + 4 = 32/5 approx. 6.5 5 Median – (1,4,5,9,13) = 5 Mode – 13 Range – 13 – 1 = 12 About 80% of Americans have a passport and are planning to use their vacation time in 2018. Half of the individuals enjoy visiting the beach, while the other half would rather travel to a destination. Many are excited to use their paid time off to plan a relaxing vacation. In conclusion, planning time off increased happiness to build healthy relationships and wellbeing. If manager encourage vacation benefits, work habits will change. References The State of American Vacation (2017). https://www.projecttimeoff.com/state-american-vacation-2017 Survey Link - https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/T6HJN76 ...
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Inferential Statistics Hypothesis Testing and Research Summary
The inferential research evaluation seeks to establish the relationship between the age of
a worker and the likelihood of taking a vacation in the next 12 month. Past studies reveal that in
the American work culture, workers may fear to go for vacations to avoid instances that
jeopardize their employment. In most cases, the employees feel that the management could think
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