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who will your sample population be (where will you get your participants from)?

how would you measure your DV?

Answer #1

1a.) Seventy-seven percent of your participants are employed,
and you want to know if your sample is representative of the
underlying population (85% employed) on this variable. What kind of
statistical test does this call for?
ANOVA
Dependent Samples t-test
Single Mean
Chi-square for independence
Correlation
Chi-square for goodness of fit
Independent Samples t-test
1b.) Imagine you have conducted the appropriate test for the
above design, with α = .01 and p = .002. What would you
conclude?
Your sample...

1. Where did you get your clothes? Where did they come
from?
2. Who worked to produce your clothing?
3.What things do you consider when
buying an article of clothing?
4. In what countries were your clothes
produced?
5.What principles of economics are demonstrated in this
quick survey of class clothing?

Who are you personally? Where are you from? How have your
background and family values shaped who you are today? What are
some of your greatest strengths and weaknesses?
What are your past academic experiences? Describe your schooling
experience prior to College. What did you like most? What did you
dislike? Who was your favorite teacher and why?
How, when and why did you decide to enroll at to go college?
What is the biggest or best thing you expect...

You want to obtain a sample to estimate a population proportion.
Based on previous evidence, you believe the population proportion
is approximately p ∗ = 39 % . You would like to be 90% confident
that your estimate is within 2% of the true population proportion.
How large of a sample size is required?
How would I get this and where can I find a correct chart to
base my z-table numbers off of to help me solve this easier?

A researcher administers a treatment to a sample of participants
selected from a population with µ = 100. If a hypothesis test is
used to evaluate the effect of the treatment, which combination of
factors is most likely to result in rejecting the null
hypothesis?

What does protein do in your body? Where can you find it? Where
do you get it in your diet?
Have you ever seriously considered being a vegetarian? Why or
why not? What, for you, would be some of the benefits/drawbacks, do
you think?
Are you allergic to anything edible? How did that happen? Is it
genetic? Did you pick it up from somewhere (meaning
contagious)?

8. The researchers from Question 7 record how long the
participants who decided to hold an animal spent doing so (time
measured in seconds). Below is their data:
140
179
151
200
182
135
300
152
178
199
247
142
163
184
297
213
351
159
280
A.Create a grouped frequency distribution for their data.
(1.5 points)
B. Using the grouped frequency distribution from Question 8, you
should create a histogram to display the class intervals. Remember
to clearly label...

In a correlational study, we measure participants’ creativity
and their intelligence, (a) How would you determine which variable
to call X? (b) In a different study, my title is “Creativity as a
function of Intelligence.” Which variable is my X variable?
Why?

A sample of 25 observations is selected from a normal population
where the population standard deviation is 32. The sample mean is
77.
a.
Determine the standard error of the mean. (Round the final
answer to 3 decimal places.)
The standard error of
the mean is .
b.
Determine the 95% confidence interval for the population mean.
(Round the z-value to 2 decimal places. Round the
final answers to 3 decimal places.)
The 95% confidence
interval for the population mean...

Would you like to be an OD Practitioner after you get
your degree? Why or why not? If so, where specifically would you
like to work? If not, can you use the principles you've learned so
far in other careers? How?

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