Anonymous
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Think of a research project that you can conduct (survey)

What are you trying to find out and what questions will you ask to illicit the information. We are doing this in part for several reasons: 1) I do not want everyone to have the same project (received several of that the last few quarters so I will be giving 0 (zeros) if I receive it again, 2) I can help you clarify questions and 3) doing it in parts helps to alleviate waiting until the last minute.

Upload your project idea and the questions you will be asking.

DO NOT actually ask the questions until you have been giving the go ahead/feedback. I want to know 1) what are you interested in finding out and 2) what questions you will ask. The more questions the better.

Part 2 ) You should have gotten feedback and collected data by now. This part of your project will require you to organize the data by:

1) Constructing frequency tables, histograms, ogives, frequency polygons and other graphics as you see fit

2) Finding the measures of central tendencies and variations for your data

Part 3) You should have finished chapters 9 & 10 homework by now. Now you will analyze all the data you have collected either by doing a contingency data/chi square analysis and/or correlation and regression line. You may do both in your project or as many of each to help answer your question. Please combine everything as 1 an upload here for the final grade

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