MA ST 2113Lab Assignment 2 Instructions: This is assignment is pretty straightforward

MA ST 2113Lab Assignment 2

Instructions:

This is assignment is pretty straightforward

For this assignment, answer questions below (reference notes attached)

For each problem, (i) copy and paste SPSS outputs to Word document; (ii) answer the questions.

Use SPSS to do the following questions.

Must show all work

Due by Aug 4th @ 12pm Central/Standard time

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Instructions: SPSS for Chapter 2, SPSS for Chapter 3

1 (20 pts). A sample of randomly selected registered voters in a city was asked their political affiliation: Democrat (D), Republican (R), or Independent (I). The results of the survey are as follows:

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R

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D

R

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R

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D

D

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Use SPSS to do the following:

(a) Construct a frequency distribution table.

(b) Construct a bar graph.

(c) Construct a pie chart including category names and percentages inside the pie.

2 (20 pts). On the class website, choose folders Files -> Lab Assignments -> Lab Assignment 2. Download and open the file “Car Makes”. Suppose the data is from a group of people surveyed.

Use SPSS to construct a clustered bar chart. (attached)

3 (20 pts). The following data represent the cost of electricity during July 2007 for a random sample of 50 one-bedroom apartments in a large city:

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171

202

178

147

102

153

197

127

82

157

186

90

116

172

111

149

213

130

165

141

149

206

176

123

128

144

168

109

167

95

163

150

155

130

143

187

166

139

149

Use SPSS to construct a histogram including the normal curve.

4 (20 pts). On the class website, choose Files -> Lab Assignments -> Lab Assignment 2. Download and open the file “Height”.

Use SPSS to construct a histogram of the heights showing the normal curve on the histogram. (attached)

5 (20 pts). The following is a sample data:

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28

1

16

15

4

25

35

36

29

56

31

44

26

33

27

35

28

32

26

29

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32

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31

32

27

Use SPSS to find the sample mean, sample variance and sample standard deviation. (Copy and paste the SPSS output first and then highlight or write the values of sample mean, sample variance and sample standard deviation.)

Draw the boxplot.