Question

- Identify the IV (independent variable) and the DV (dependent variable) from the following research questions:

- What is the relationship between race and political party affiliation?
- Who is more likely to perform better in class, students who attend class or students who do not attend class?

- Identify the type of hypothesis presented below:
- Young people compared to old people are more likely to own a MAC than a Dell
- Male compared to Female students are not different in their GPA
- Males compared to Females are different on whether they vote for Democratic or Republican
- Tall people compared to short people are less likely to experience a high comfort level in an airplane

Answer #1

a Polical party affiliation depends upon race. Thus dependent variable is dependent variable and race is independent variable.

b. Score of performance in class depends upon attending the class or not. Dependent variable: Performance in the class (Grades/Score) and IV : Attending the class (Yes/no)

a. Composite hypothesis. Since yhe alternative hypothesis is one sided.

b. Simple hypothesis. Since the alternative hypothesis is two sided.

c. Simple hypothesis

d. Composite hypothesis

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