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Bar Plot With Data for Facebook Friendsholly.vanwyk.17Sep 7, 2018174B23
My preference for Facebook as a social media toolkrsurveydataJan 2, 2018174B87
Pie Chart With Summary facebook surveydanielleruddJun 12, 201654KB325

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Stem and Leaf Plot
The stem and leaf plot for minutes on Facebook is unimodal, and skewed to the right. Most students use Facebook for 60 minutes or less. There is an outlier of 300 minutes on Facebook.
giannellidaMay 25, 2016583B309
Contingency table results:
Rows: Gender

Cell format
Count
(Row percent)
(Column percent)
(Total percent)

 No Yes Total Female 7(19.44%)(77.78%)(14.58%) 29(80.56%)(74.36%)(60.42%) 36(100%)(75%)(75%) Male 2(16.67%)(22.22%)(4.17%) 10(83.33%)(25.64%)(20.83%) 12(100%)(25%)(25%) Total 9(18.75%)(100%)(18.75%) 39(81.25%)(100%)(81.25%) 48(100%)(100%)(100%)

Fisher's exact test:
P-value = 1
brittni.diromaMar 17, 20151KB386
Skewed right and the level of measurement is discrete variable, which is quantitative because the Facebook friends is a finite number of possible values or accountable number of possible valves. By s0123748 Feb 1, 2015 This is a discrete histogram that showing the number of Facebook friends by gender. The level of measurement would be nominal. The shape of distribution would be skewed right. My personal opinion on this graph is confusing due to if I was just someone that would find this graph in a magazine or flier I would not understand the relative frequency proportion of the graph. Basically, this graph is not self explaining.
s0123748Jan 29, 20156KB323
Frequency table results for Age:
 Age Frequency Relative Frequency 18-25 5 0.2631579 46-55 5 0.2631579 26-35 9 0.47368422

Age Frequency Table
My hypothesis was if a woman had the money to buy a Louis Vuitton purse, the LV purse would be her choice. I sampled friends from school and Facebook. I had 19 returned questionnaires.
tbbairdDec 8, 2014594B427
Frequency table results for Desired Purse:
 Desired Purse Frequency Relative Frequency Burberry 1 0.05263158 Coach 5 0.2631579 Escada 1 0.05263158 Fendi 2 0.10526316 Louis Vuitton 5 0.2631579 Other 5 0.2631579

Desired Purse Frequency Table
My hypothesis was if a woman had the money to buy a Louis Vuitton purse, the LV purse would be her choice. I sampled friends from school and Facebook. I had 19 returned questionnaires.
tbbairdDec 8, 2014928B376
Frequency table results for Current Purse:
 Current Purse Frequency Relative Frequency Burberry 1 0.05263158 Coach 4 0.21052632 Louis Vuitton 1 0.05263158 Other 13 0.68421054

Current Purse Frequency Table
My hypothesis was if a woman had the money to buy a Louis Vuitton purse, the LV purse would be her choice. I sampled friends from school and Facebook. I had 19 returned questionnaires.
tbbairdDec 8, 2014729B400
Frequency table results for Working Full Time?:
 Working Full Time? Frequency Relative Frequency No 9 0.47368422 Yes 10 0.5263158

Full Time Working Frequency Table
My hypothesis was if a woman had the money to buy a Louis Vuitton purse, the LV purse would be her choice. I sampled friends from school and Facebook. I had 19 returned questionnaires.
tbbairdDec 8, 2014520B404
Desired Purse
My hypothesis was if a woman had the money to buy a Louis Vuitton purse, the LV purse would be her choice. I sampled friends from school and Facebook. I had 19 returned questionnaires.
tbbairdDec 8, 201429KB316

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