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 What was your independent variable? What question did it ask of a respondent? I

 What was your independent variable? What question did it ask of a respondent? If you created your own dataset, what was the source of this data and did you cite it? How was your variable measured (continuous, categorical, binary, etc.) and did you transform or recode in any way? Did you remove any observations from …

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Statistical Applications Project for MA135  You are doing research on balance an

Statistical Applications Project for MA135  You are doing research on balance and fitness. To complete this research you will need a watch with a second hand. Identify a random sample of n = 12 men and n = 8 women. You must answer this question: How do you establish that this sample is truly random? …

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When I was a volunteer EMT, sometimes we would try to predict what type of calls

When I was a volunteer EMT, sometimes we would try to predict what type of calls we would get that day and how many times that call would happen. Each prediction for a specific type of emergency would depend on the time of year and if there were certain events, such as a music festival. …

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Happy Thanksgiving, The polls for the 2016 election were showing Hillary Clinton

Happy Thanksgiving, The polls for the 2016 election were showing Hillary Clinton winning the presidential election. Election polls rely on people giving honest answers.  In this case we had many individuals for whatever reason not wanting to let pollsters know that they were voting for Donald Trump, so they said they were voting for Hillary …

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The polls for the 2016 election were showing Hillary Clinton
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  Question 3: As you can see from the attached document, question 3 concerns non

  Question 3: As you can see from the attached document, question 3 concerns non-seasonally adjusted data adjusted for inflation, and an equation used to estimate 1) Autocorrelations 2) adding seasonal lag of sales growth to interpret the coefficients in the model 3)Retail sales growing at a certain rate per month and involving the model …

 
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As you can see from the attached document, question 3 concerns non
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  Question 3: As you can see from the attached document, question 3 concerns non

  Question 3: As you can see from the attached document, question 3 concerns non-seasonally adjusted data adjusted for inflation, and an equation used to estimate 1) Autocorrelations 2) adding seasonal lag of sales growth to interpret the coefficients in the model 3)Retail sales growing at a certain rate per month and involving the model …

 
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As you can see from the attached document, question 3 concerns non
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Discussion questions are designed to help you make meaningful connections between the course content and the larger concepts and goals of the course.

In your initial post, consider what you have read in the assigned Chapter 2 sections of the textbook and identify your own example of improper sampling from your day-to-day life (try not to repeat examples shared by your peers). Be sure to provide the sampling method used, why the sampling method is improper, what type …

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