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Question;Use the;table below to answer the following questions;FREQUENCY;PERCENT;VALID PERCENT;CUMULATIVE PERCENT;Valid;Protestant;Catholic;Jewish;None;Other;953;333;31;140;35;63.5;22.2;2.1;9.3;2.3;63.9;22.3;2.1;9.4;2.3;63.9;86.2;88.3;97.7;100.0;Missing;Total;DK;NA;1492;1;7;99.5;.1;.5;100.0;Total;Total;8;1500;.5;100.0;1) How many;respondents did not provide data?;2) What percentage;of respondents is protestant?;3) How many of the;respondents are protestant?;4) What proportion;of respondents is catholic?;Use the table below to answer the following;questions;How Do You Get to Class?;Car;Public;transportation;Walk;Bike;Other;37;18;28;12;20;Total;115;5) How many;respondents provided data for this table?;6) What percent of;respondents either bike or walk?;- Use the frequencies in the;table below to fill in the percent, valid percent, and cumulative percent;columns. Then use the table to answer the following questions;THINK OF SELF AS LIBERAL OR CONSERVATIVE;FREQUENCY;PERCENT;VALID PERCENT;CUMULATIVE PERCENT;Valid;Extremely Liberal;Liberal;Slightly Liberal;Moderate;Slightly;Conservative;Conservative;Extremely;Conservative;139;524;517;1683;618;685;167;Missing;Total;DK;NA;4333;154;23;Total;177;4510;100.0;7) Is this variable;nominal, ordinal, or interval/ratio?;8) What percent of;respondents are either slightly conservative or slightly liberal?;Construct a frequency table;using the data below. Then use the table to answer the following questions.;How often do you use the library?;Daily;Several times a week;Weekly;Daily;Never;Several times a;week;Daily;Daily;Several times a;week;Weekly;Weekly;Several times a;week;Never;Several times a;week;Several times a;week;Daily;Monthly;Several times a;week;Several times a;week;Monthly;Several times a;week;Never;Several time a;week;Daily;Weekly;9) How many;attributes does this variable have?;10) How many;respondents use the library on a daily basis;11) What percent of;respondents use the library more often than monthly?;12) What proportion;of respondents are married?;EXERSICE 2;1) Calculate the;median for the following raw data set;3,6,2,4,3,5,4,7,4,2;2) Calculate the;Mode and mean for the following raw data set;9,6,5,5,10,7,3,5,6,15,8,9,10,2,3,11,4,6,7,13,10,5,6,6,3,9;12;3);Calculate the median of the following frequency table (If the measure doesn?t apply;indicate so by answering ?not applicable?);Labor force status;FREQUENCY;PERCENT;VALID PERCENT;CUMULATIVE PERCENT;Valid;Working full time;Working part time;Temp not working;Unempl, laid off;Retired;School;Keeping House;Other;2321;440;84;143;712;139;490;177;51.5;9.8;1.9;3.2;15.8;3.1;10.9;3.9;51.5;9.8;1.9;3.2;15.8;3.1;10.9;3.9;51.5;61.3;63.1;66.3;82.1;85.2;96.1;100.0;Missing;Total;Total;NA;4506;4;4510;99.9;.1;100.0;100.0;4) For;the table below calculate the Mode and Mean (if a measure doesn?t apply;indicate so by answering ?not applicable?);AGE OF RESPONDENT;FREQUENCY;PERCENT;VALID PERCENT;CUMULATIVE PERCENT;VALID 18;19;20;21;22;23;19;47;50;52;72;63;6.3;15.5;16.5;17.2;23.8;20.8;6.3;15.5;16.5;17.2;23.8;20.8;6.3;21.8;38.3;55.4;79.2;100.0;Total;303;100.0;100.0;5);For the table below;a)Explain;what happens to the mode if we add an outlier with a very high value.;b) Explain what;happens to the median if we add an outlier with a very high value.;c) Explain what;happens to the mean if we add an outlier with a very high value.;Education Spending;FREQUENCY;PERCENT;VALID PERCENT;CUMULATIVE PERCENT;Valid;Too little;About right;Too much;1111;281;95;24.6;6.2;2.1;74.7;18.9;6.4;74.7;93.6;100.0;Missing;Total;NAP;DK;1487;3002;21;33.0;66.6;.5;100.0;Total;Total;3023;4510;67.0;100.0;6) For;the table below calculate the median (if the measure doesn?t apply, indicate so;by answering ?not applicable?);Improving & Protecting Environment;FREQUENCY;PERCENT;VALID PERCENT;CUMULATIVE PERCENT;Valid;Too little;About right;Too much;506;178;37;33.7;11.9;2.5;70.2;24.7;5.1;70.2;94.9;100.0;Missing;Total;NAP;DK;NA;721;752;22;5;48.1;50.1;1.5;.3;100.0;Total;Total;779;1500;51.9;100.0

 

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