Chapter 1 Practice Problems

Chapter 1 Practice Problems

Practice Problem 12, 15, 19, 20, 21, & 22
Due Week 2 Day 6 (Sunday)

Follow the instructions below to submit your answers for Chapter 1 Practice Problem 12, 15, 19, 20, 21, & 22.

1. Save Chapter 1 Instructions to your computer.

2. Type your answers into the shaded boxes below. The boxes will expand as you type your answers.

3. Resave this form to your computer with your answers filled-in.

4. Attach the saved form to your reply when you turn-in your work in the Assignments section of the Classroom tab. Note: Each question in the assignments section will be listed separately; however, you only need to submit this form one time to turn-in your answers.

Read each question in your textbook and then type your answers for Chapter 1 Practice Problem 12, 15, 19, 20, 21, & 22 in the corresponding spaces below.

12a. equal-interval –

12b. rank-order –

12c. nominal –

12d. ratio scale –

12e. continuous –

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19. Give an example, in words, of something having the distribution shapes listed below.

19a. bimodal –

19b. approximately rectangular –

19c. positively skewed –

20. Describe an example of a misleading graph: Note: Either copy and paste a graph in the first shaded box below, or fully describe the graph if it will not paste. You may also cut and paste a misleading graph onto a Word document and send as an attachment. Please do not include a link to a graph in lieu of pasting a graph onto a Word document. I will not navigate to a link to view your chosen graph.

In the second shaded box, discuss specific characteristics that make the graph misleading.

 

 

21a. Explain the idea of frequency table 1-10 below:

 

21b. Explain the meaning of the pattern of results below:

 

22a. Explain the idea of frequency table 1-11 below:

 

22b. Explain the meaning of the pattern of results below:

 

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