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Connor Romero

Aug 01, 2024

When a distribution has more values to the left and tails off to the right,it is skewed negatively.

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Hannah McCoy

Aug 01, 2024

A variable is some characteristic of a population or sample.

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Daniel Carrera Chavarria

Aug 01, 2024

Nominal data are also called qualitative or categorical.

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Khaled Bushehri

Aug 01, 2024

A cross-classification table is the same thing as two frequency distribution tables,one for each variable.

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Kevin Buakuma-Sayers

Aug 01, 2024

To describe the relationship between two nominal variables you make a scatter diagram and look for a correlation.

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Bernadine Franklin

Aug 01, 2024

From a pie chart you are able to find the frequency for each category.

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Shani Montes Victorio

Aug 01, 2024

Which situation identifies when to use pie charts and/or bar charts?

A) You want to describe a single set of data.

B) Your data is nominal.

C) You want to show the number or the percentage of individuals in each category.

D) All of these choices are true.

A) You want to describe a single set of data.

B) Your data is nominal.

C) You want to show the number or the percentage of individuals in each category.

D) All of these choices are true.

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Raquel Placito-Tovar

Aug 01, 2024

When studying the responses to two nominal questions,we should develop a

A) cross-classification table.

B) frequency distribution table.

C) cumulative percentage distribution table.

D) scatter diagram.

A) cross-classification table.

B) frequency distribution table.

C) cumulative percentage distribution table.

D) scatter diagram.

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zhamiya moore

Aug 01, 2024

Bar and pie charts are graphical techniques for nominal data.The former focus the attention on the frequency of the occurrences of each category,and the later emphasizes the proportion of occurrences of each category.

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Deniza Marcinkevica

Aug 01, 2024

If the relative frequencies in the rows of a cross-classification table are similar,then the two variables shown in the table are not related.

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Kirstan Woodward

Aug 01, 2024

You cannot calculate and interpret differences between numbers assigned to ordinal data.

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Megan Musialek

Aug 01, 2024

In the following cross-classification table,gender and fantasy baseball participation are related.

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Sofia Mateeva

Aug 01, 2024

A descriptive measure that is computed from a sample is called a:

A) parameter.

B) statistic.

C) population.

D) sample.

A) parameter.

B) statistic.

C) population.

D) sample.

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