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FALL 2019 MATH 1680 (UNT)

Data sets preview
Showing 1 to 5 of 22 data sets
Data Set/Description Owner Last edited Size Views
Stem-and-LeafyingyuzhangSep 11, 2019347B35
Fall 2019 Math 1680.601 Helicopter Data - Collin Miller pearson4291Sep 4, 2019185B29
FALL 2019 MATH 1680 Helicopter Experiment Dataallen.l.mannSep 4, 20196KB57
Random Rectanglesallen.l.mannSep 3, 2019254B14
Gas Pricesallen.l.mannSep 1, 201999B17

Results preview
Showing 1 to 4 of 4 results
Name/Notes Owner Created Size Views
New column, sqrt(p * (1 - p) / 1000), added to data table!
Compute Expression
madelinelee00Nov 13, 201962B1

Contingency table results:


Rows: Opinion
Columns: None

Cell format
Count
(Column percent)

Non-Hispanic WhitesBlacksHispanicsTotal
Good thing0.591
(29.55%)
0.547
(27.35%)
0.738
(36.9%)
1.876
(31.27%)
Bad thing0.351
(17.55%)
0.363
(18.15%)
0.169
(8.45%)
0.883
(14.72%)
Good and bad0.029
(1.45%)
0.05
(2.5%)
0.062
(3.1%)
0.14100000000000001
(2.35%)
No opinion0.029
(1.45%)
0.04
(2%)
0.031
(1.55%)
0.1
(1.67%)
Total1
(50%)
1
(50%)
1
(50%)
3
(50%)
Total2
(100%)
2
(100%)
2
(100%)
6
(100%)

Chi-Square test:


StatisticDFValueP-value
Chi-square80.126228121
Warning: over 20% of cells have an expected count less than 5.
Chi-Square suspect.
Contingency table (with summary)
laskoannOct 11, 20193KB17

Frequency table results for var1:


Count = 100
var1Frequency
D46
I16
R38

Frequency Table
ericikoh43Sep 19, 2019716B22

Frequency table results for Males (in thousands):


Group: Age Groups=16 - 25


Count = 1
Males (in thousands)Relative Frequency
25.81

Frequency table results for Males (in thousands):


Group: Age Groups=26 - 35


Count = 1
Males (in thousands)Relative Frequency
191

Frequency table results for Males (in thousands):


Group: Age Groups=36 - 45


Count = 1
Males (in thousands)Relative Frequency
15.41

Frequency table results for Males (in thousands):


Group: Age Groups=46 - 55


Count = 1
Males (in thousands)Relative Frequency
8.61

Frequency table results for Males (in thousands):


Group: Age Groups=> 56


Count = 1
Males (in thousands)Relative Frequency
12.41

Frequency table results for Females (in thousands):


Group: Age Groups=16 - 25


Count = 1
Females (in thousands)Relative Frequency
22.41

Frequency table results for Females (in thousands):


Group: Age Groups=26 - 35


Count = 1
Females (in thousands)Relative Frequency
17.31

Frequency table results for Females (in thousands):


Group: Age Groups=36 - 45


Count = 1
Females (in thousands)Relative Frequency
14.31

Frequency table results for Females (in thousands):


Group: Age Groups=46 - 55


Count = 1
Females (in thousands)Relative Frequency
8.21

Frequency table results for Females (in thousands):


Group: Age Groups=> 56


Count = 1
Females (in thousands)Relative Frequency
13.51

Frequency Table
sophiaingramSep 12, 20195KB19


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