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Scatter Plot4a06acec162306ceb47996c5972442770837b92b_canvas_devryuAug 17, 2017174B0
Histogrambarrr1@lanesville.k12.in.usAug 15, 2017174B7
Histogrambarrr1@lanesville.k12.in.usAug 15, 2017174B5
Histogrambarrr1@lanesville.k12.in.usAug 15, 2017174B4
Histogrambarrr1@lanesville.k12.in.usAug 15, 2017174B5
One sample Z confidence interval:
μ : Mean of variable
Standard deviation not specified.

92% confidence interval results:
VariablenSample MeanStd. Err.L. LimitU. Limit
var116138.06254.4379695130.29301145.83199
One sample Z confidence interval
leah.warminski@gmail.comAug 15, 2017874B5
One sample Z confidence interval:
μ : Mean of variable
Standard deviation not specified.

92% confidence interval results:
VariablenSample MeanStd. Err.L. LimitU. Limit
var116138.06254.4379695130.29301145.83199
One sample Z confidence interval
leah.warminski@gmail.comAug 15, 2017874B3
Histogram Cookiesleah.warminski@gmail.comAug 15, 2017174B4
Boxplot of Average Item Scores for BDD Patients
Statistics, 13th edition, McClave and Sincich Statistics in Action, p. 30
jane_harvillAug 14, 2017174B4
Contingency table results:
Rows: poverty
Columns: worknow

Cell format
Count
(Row percent)
(Column percent)
(Percent of total)

NoYesTotal
Below poverty446
(66.87%)
(90.47%)
(49.94%)
221
(33.13%)
(55.25%)
(24.75%)
667
(100%)
(74.69%)
(74.69%)
Above poverty47
(20.8%)
(9.53%)
(5.26%)
179
(79.2%)
(44.75%)
(20.04%)
226
(100%)
(25.31%)
(25.31%)
Total493
(55.21%)
(100%)
(55.21%)
400
(44.79%)
(100%)
(44.79%)
893
(100%)
(100%)
(100%)
Contingency table (with data)
-258255-1_blackboardht_splAug 13, 20171KB6
Scatter Plotjamie.iveycanady@snhu.eduAug 13, 2017174B4
Correlation by eye-53303-1_blackboardht_splAug 13, 2017174B5
Which felony charge has decreased the most between the years of 2006- 2016denayvAug 13, 2017174B9
Is it possible for New York to ever keep their crime rates low ?denayvAug 13, 2017174B8
New column, (var1 - mean(var1)) / std(var1), added to data table!
Compute Expression
-258255-1_blackboardht_splAug 13, 201769B3

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