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Find the independent and dependent of the question below: How technical users and non-technical users’ knowledge of the security level affects data leakage

Answer #1

Independent variable: **technical users and non-technical
users’ knowledge of the security level**

Dependent variable: **data leakage**

Explanation:

Independent variable is the variable changed by the researcher in
order to study its effect on the dependent variable. In this
experimentation, technical users and non-technical users’ knowledge
of the security level are changed by the researcher in order to
study its effect on the data leakage. The dependent variable is the
variable of interest to the researcher. Here, data leakage is the
variable of interest to the researcher.

Find an example of a nonzero, non-Invertible 2x2 matrix A and a
linearly independent set {V,W} of two, distinct
non-zero vectors in R2 such that
{AV,AW} are distinct, nonzero and
linearly dependent. verify the matrix A in non-invertible, verify
the set {V,W} is linearly independent and verify
the set {AV,AW} is linearly
dependent

The data shown below for the dependent variable, y, and the
independent variable, x, have been collected using simple random
sampling.
X
11
14
10
15
14
10
13
12
y
110
130
100
140
150
120
110
130
Which graph below shows a scatter plot for this data?
What is the sign of the correlation coefficient?

What is my independent variable and
dependent variable based on my research question which is, 'What is
the amount of time college students spend using social media and
how it reflects their grades?'

Based on the data shown below, calculate the correlation
coefficient (to three decimal places)
independent
dependent
4
29.52
5
27.39
6
25.26
7
24.33
8
23.2
9
19.27
10
18.44
11
15.01
12
16.38
13
12.75
14
11.52
15
7.39
16
5.76
17
7.03
18
5

The data below represents height in inches/weight in pounds.
Clearly identify the dependent and independent variables as well as
the domain and range. Choose any two points from the data using
different independent variables and use those two points to
determine the rate of change (slope). Then, using the dependent
data value of -500 as your initial value, write an equation for the
linear function model. Predict what you expect at a height of
75".
inches/pounds
60" - 105, 110...

Based on the question above, and using the same data set,
scatterplot.xlsx. Determine how much effect one data point will
have on your perception of the relationship between the independent
and dependent variables by deleting the data point with the
smallest x value. What appears to be the relationship between the
dependent and independent variables?
Graph the listed data below.
Data:
x
y
45
2358
56
4204
26
287
54
3849
24
925
23
3273
34
-678
45
3748
47...

Based on the question above, and using the same data set,
scatterplot.xlsx. Determine how much effect one data point will
have on your perception of the relationship between the independent
and dependent variables by deleting the data point with the
smallest x value. What appears to be the relationship
between the dependent and independent variables?
Graph the listed data below.
Data:
x
y
45
2358
56
4204
26
287
54
3849
24
925
23
3273
34
-678
45
3748
47...

Simulation versus online learning: Effects on knowledge
acquisition, knowledge retention, and perceived effectiveness.
Bredenkamp, Nancy D
University of Northern Colorado, 2013;
Ph.D. (153 p) doctoral dissertation – research
The healthcare environment continues to experience rapid changes
requiring nursing professionals to update knowledge and technical
skills to provide safe patient care. The result is a need for
healthcare facilities to find unique, evidence-based teaching
methods to support learning. The purpose of this study was to
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Question 10.25 pts
If you are using SPSS to conduct a two independent samples
t-test, examining the impact of your independent variable of
"smoking status" (smoker vs. non-smoker) on your dependent variable
of "number of cavities reported in a 3 year period", the variable
of "number of cavities reported in a 3 year
period" would be your identified "Grouping
Variable" in the Independent Samples T-Test pop up
box.
True
False
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Question 20.25 pts
If SPSS reports a...

Explain how bivariate analysis can be used to distinguish the
independent variable from the dependent variable when there is an
ambiguous relationship.
A) Use frequency tables and Student's t-test for
two-samples.
B) Use the percentage difference method in the direction of both
the rows and columns to find which direction has the greatest
difference.
C) Calculate row percentages for each cell and then use the
percentage difference method in that direction.
D) Use the percentage difference method with cell percentages...

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