New PDF release: Statistics. An introduction

By Roger E. Kirk

ISBN-10: 053456478X

ISBN-13: 9780534564780

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Element d. Observation (datum) e. Sample f. Descriptive statistics g. Induction h. Inferential statistics i. Random sample j. Nonrandom sample k. 4 DESCRIBING CHARACTERISTICS BY NUMBERS People, objects, and events have many distinguishable characteristics. Early in the design of an experiment, the researcher must make two key decisions: What characteristics should I measure? And how should I measure them? The answer to the first question is determined by the researcher’s interests. Suppose a researcher is interested in comparing the SAT scores of men and women college students.

2. The chapter mentions several benefits of studying statistics. List at least three benefits. 3. How does the original meaning of the term population differ from today’s statistical definition? 4. For each of the following statements, indicate (a) the population, (b) the element, and (c) the observation to be recorded. a. In the previous presidential election, 36% of 18- to 24-year-olds voted. b. Approximately 16% of all children under 18 are members of families whose incomes are below the poverty level.

2. The chapter mentions several benefits of studying statistics. List at least three benefits. 3. How does the original meaning of the term population differ from today’s statistical definition? 4. For each of the following statements, indicate (a) the population, (b) the element, and (c) the observation to be recorded. a. In the previous presidential election, 36% of 18- to 24-year-olds voted. b. Approximately 16% of all children under 18 are members of families whose incomes are below the poverty level.

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