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Republic of the Philippines


CEBU TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY
DAANBANTAYAN CAMPUS
(SUC Level IV, AACCUP ACCREDITED and ISO 9001 Certified)
Agujo Daanbantayan, Cebu
http://www.daanbantayan.ctu.edu.ph

email: ctudaanbantayan@yahoo.com

Tel. No. (032) 437-8526

fax No. (032)437-8523

Name: Rowela L. Cuyos

Date: March 23, 2013

Course: M. Ed

Academic Year: Second Sem. 2012-2013

Subject: Educ. 602 Inferential Statistics

Professor: Dr. Marichu D. Alalim

MEASURES OF DISPERSION
ACTIVITY NO. 2
I.

II.
III.

IV.

OBJECTIVES:
1. Identify the equations involved in the measures of dispersion.
2. Solve problems on range, variance and standard deviation.
REFERENCE: Fundamentals of Statistics by Diego M. Amid, PH.D. pp. 29-43
CONCEPT:
1. Range- largest value minus the lowest value.
2. Variance- measures the spread or the variability of the distribution.
3. Standard Deviation- its value tells how closely the values of a data are
clustered around the mean.
APPLICATION:
Compute for range, variance and standard deviation
1. A sample of chicken meat from 7 supermarkets produced the following data on their
prices. P56 P47 P68 P55 P71 P52
P62
X

X-X

(X-X)2

P56

58.71

-2.71

7.3441

P47

58.71

-11.71

137.1241

P68

58.71

9.29

86.3041

P55

58.71

-3.71

13.7641

P71

58.71

12.29

151.0441

P52

58.71

-6.71

45.0241

P62

58.71

3.29

10.8241

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2. Hourly Rate of workers in XYZ Factory


Class
Frequency
X(assumed
fx
Interval(c.i)
(f)
Mean)
100-119
4
109.5
438
120-139
10
129.5
1295
140-159
12
149.5
1794
160-179
17
169.5
2881.5
180-199
25
189.5
4737.5
200-219
8
209.5
1676
220-239
5
229.5
1147.5
240-259
4
249.5
998

X-X
-66.59
-46.59
-26.59
-6.59
13.41
33.41
53.41
73.41

(X-X)2

F(X-X)2

4,434.2281 17,736.9124
2,170.6281 21,706.281
707.0281
8,484.3372
43.4281
738.2777
179.8281
4,495.7025
1,116.2281 8,929.8248
2,852.6281 14,263.1405
5,389.0281 21,556.1124

DISPER
Republic of the Philippines
CEBU TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY
DAANBANTAYAN CAMPUS
(SUC Level IV, AACCUP ACCREDITED and ISO 9001 Certified)
Agujo Daanbantayan, Cebu
http://www.daanbantayan.ctu.edu.ph

email: ctudaanbantayan@yahoo.com

Tel. No. (032) 437-8526

fax No. (032)437-8523

Name: Ana Meshiel Pantaleon

Date: March 23, 2013

Course: M. Ed

Academic Year: Second Sem. 2012-2013

Subject: Educ. 602 Inferential Statistics

Professor: Dr. Marichu D. Alalim

MEASURES OF DISPERSION
ACTIVITY NO. 2
V.

VI.
VII.

VIII.

OBJECTIVES:
3. Identify the equations involved in the measures of dispersion.
4. Solve problems on range, variance and standard deviation.
REFERENCE: Fundamentals of Statistics by Diego M. Amid, PH.D. pp. 29-43
CONCEPT:
4. Range- largest value minus the lowest value.
5. Variance- measures the spread or the variability of the distribution.
6. Standard Deviation- its value tells how closely the values of a data are
clustered around the mean.
APPLICATION:
Compute for range, variance and standard deviation
3. A sample of chicken meat from 7 supermarkets produced the following data on their
prices. P56 P47 P68 P55 P71 P52
P62
X

X-X

(X-X)2

P56

58.71

-2.71

7.3441

P47

58.71

-11.71

137.1241

P68

58.71

9.29

86.3041

P55

58.71

-3.71

13.7641

P71

58.71

12.29

151.0441

P52

58.71

-6.71

45.0241

P62

58.71

3.29

10.8241

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4. Hourly Rate of workers in XYZ Factory


Class
Frequency
X(assumed
fx
Interval(c.i)
(f)
Mean)
100-119
4
109.5
438
120-139
10
129.5
1295
140-159
12
149.5
1794
160-179
17
169.5
2881.5
180-199
25
189.5
4737.5
200-219
8
209.5
1676
220-239
5
229.5
1147.5
240-259
4
249.5
998

X-X
-66.59
-46.59
-26.59
-6.59
13.41
33.41
53.41
73.41

(X-X)2

F(X-X)2

4,434.2281 17,736.9124
2,170.6281 21,706.281
707.0281
8,484.3372
43.4281
738.2777
179.8281
4,495.7025
1,116.2281 8,929.8248
2,852.6281 14,263.1405
5,389.0281 21,556.1124

DISPER
Republic of the Philippines
CEBU TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY
DAANBANTAYAN CAMPUS
(SUC Level IV, AACCUP ACCREDITED and ISO 9001 Certified)
Agujo Daanbantayan, Cebu
http://www.daanbantayan.ctu.edu.ph

email: ctudaanbantayan@yahoo.com

Tel. No. (032) 437-8526

fax No. (032)437-8523

Name: Jessie Joe Ca-ang

Date: March 23, 2013

Course: M. Ed

Academic Year: Second Sem. 2012-2013

Subject: Educ. 602 Inferential Statistics

Professor: Dr. Marichu D. Alalim

MEASURES OF DISPERSION
ACTIVITY NO. 2
IX.

X.
XI.

XII.

OBJECTIVES:
5. Identify the equations involved in the measures of dispersion.
6. Solve problems on range, variance and standard deviation.
REFERENCE: Fundamentals of Statistics by Diego M. Amid, PH.D. pp. 29-43
CONCEPT:
7. Range- largest value minus the lowest value.
8. Variance- measures the spread or the variability of the distribution.
9. Standard Deviation- its value tells how closely the values of a data are
clustered around the mean.
APPLICATION:
Compute for range, variance and standard deviation
5. A sample of chicken meat from 7 supermarkets produced the following data on their
prices. P56 P47 P68 P55 P71 P52
P62
X

X-X

(X-X)2

P56

58.71

-2.71

7.3441

P47

58.71

-11.71

137.1241

P68

58.71

9.29

86.3041

P55

58.71

-3.71

13.7641

P71

58.71

12.29

151.0441

P52

58.71

-6.71

45.0241

P62

58.71

3.29

10.8241

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6. Hourly Rate of workers in XYZ Factory


Class
Frequency
X(assumed
fx
Interval(c.i)
(f)
Mean)
100-119
4
109.5
438
120-139
10
129.5
1295
140-159
12
149.5
1794
160-179
17
169.5
2881.5
180-199
25
189.5
4737.5
200-219
8
209.5
1676
220-239
5
229.5
1147.5
240-259
4
249.5
998

X-X
-66.59
-46.59
-26.59
-6.59
13.41
33.41
53.41
73.41

(X-X)2

F(X-X)2

4,434.2281 17,736.9124
2,170.6281 21,706.281
707.0281
8,484.3372
43.4281
738.2777
179.8281
4,495.7025
1,116.2281 8,929.8248
2,852.6281 14,263.1405
5,389.0281 21,556.1124

DISPER
Republic of the Philippines
CEBU TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY
DAANBANTAYAN CAMPUS
(SUC Level IV, AACCUP ACCREDITED and ISO 9001 Certified)
Agujo Daanbantayan, Cebu
http://www.daanbantayan.ctu.edu.ph

email: ctudaanbantayan@yahoo.com

Tel. No. (032) 437-8526

fax No. (032)437-8523

Name: Rowela L. Cuyos

Date: April 6, 2013

Course: M. Ed

Academic Year: Second Sem. 2012-2013

Subject: Educ. 602 Inferential Statistics

Professor: Dr. Marichu D. Alalim

The T-test for independent samples

Objectives:
Identify the equations involved in the t-test for independent samples.
Solve problems on t-test for independent samples.
Reference:

Inferential Statistics
Concept:
The t-test is a test of difference between two independent groups. The means are being
compared X against X .
Application:
Two groups of experimental rats were injected with tranquilizer at 2.0 mg. 2.5 mg. dose
respectively. The time given in seconds that took them to fall asleep is hereby given. Use the ttest the null hypothesis that the difference in dosage has no effect on the length of time it took
them fall asleep.
2.0 mg. dose: 8.8, 12.2, 10.2, 8.5, 12.0, 11.1, 8.8, 11.3, 6.9, 9.2, 8.7
2.5 mg. dose: 11.0, 6.4, 8.8, 10.5, 12.0, 11.5, 8.8, 9.5, 12.5
2.0 mg. dose

2.5 mg. dose


X

8.8

77.44

11.0

121

12.2

148.84

6.4

40.96

10.2

104.04

8.8

77.44

8.5

72.25

10.5

110.25

12.0

144

12.0

144

11.1

123.21

11.5

132.25

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8.8

77.44

8.8

77.44

11.3

127.69

9.5

90.2

6.9

47.61

12.5

156.25

9.2

84.64

= 91

8.7

75.69

=9

=107.7

1,082.85

= 10.11

= 11
= 9.79

949.84

DISPER

Republic of the Philippines


CEBU TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY
DAANBANTAYAN CAMPUS
(SUC Level IV, AACCUP ACCREDITED and ISO 9001 Certified)
Agujo Daanbantayan, Cebu
http://www.daanbantayan.ctu.edu.ph

email: ctudaanbantayan@yahoo.com

Tel. No. (032) 437-8526

fax No. (032)437-8523

Name: Ana Meshiel Pantaleon

Date: April 6, 2013

Course: M. Ed

Academic Year: Second Sem. 2012-2013

Subject: Educ. 602 Inferential Statistics

Professor: Dr. Marichu D. Alalim

The T-test for independent samples

Objectives:
Identify the equations involved in the t-test for independent samples.
Solve problems on t-test for independent samples.
Reference:

Inferential Statistics
Concept:
The t-test is a test of difference between two independent groups. The means are being
compared X against X .
Application:
Two groups of experimental rats were injected with tranquilizer at 2.0 mg. 2.5 mg. dose
respectively. The time given in seconds that took them to fall asleep is hereby given. Use the ttest the null hypothesis that the difference in dosage has no effect on the length of time it took
them fall asleep.
2.0 mg. dose: 8.8, 12.2, 10.2, 8.5, 12.0, 11.1, 8.8, 11.3, 6.9, 9.2, 8.7
2.5 mg. dose: 11.0, 6.4, 8.8, 10.5, 12.0, 11.5, 8.8, 9.5, 12.5
2.0 mg. dose

2.5 mg. dose


X

8.8

77.44

11.0

121

12.2

148.84

6.4

40.96

10.2

104.04

8.8

77.44

8.5

72.25

10.5

110.25

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12.0

144

12.0

144

11.1

123.21

11.5

132.25

8.8

77.44

8.8

77.44

11.3

127.69

9.5

90.2

6.9

47.61

12.5

156.25

9.2

84.64

= 91

8.7

75.69

=9

=107.7

1,082.85

= 10.11

= 11
= 9.79

949.84

DISPER

Republic of the Philippines


CEBU TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY
DAANBANTAYAN CAMPUS
(SUC Level IV, AACCUP ACCREDITED and ISO 9001 Certified)
Agujo Daanbantayan, Cebu
http://www.daanbantayan.ctu.edu.ph

email: ctudaanbantayan@yahoo.com

Tel. No. (032) 437-8526

fax No. (032)437-8523

Name: Jessie Joe Ca-ang

Date: April 6, 2013

Course: M. Ed

Academic Year: Second Sem. 2012-2013

Subject: Educ. 602 Inferential Statistics

Professor: Dr. Marichu D. Alalim

The T-test for independent samples

Objectives:
Identify the equations involved in the t-test for independent samples.
Solve problems on t-test for independent samples.
Reference:

Inferential Statistics
Concept:
The t-test is a test of difference between two independent groups. The means are being
compared X against X .
Application:
Two groups of experimental rats were injected with tranquilizer at 2.0 mg. 2.5 mg. dose
respectively. The time given in seconds that took them to fall asleep is hereby given. Use the ttest the null hypothesis that the difference in dosage has no effect on the length of time it took
them fall asleep.
2.0 mg. dose: 8.8, 12.2, 10.2, 8.5, 12.0, 11.1, 8.8, 11.3, 6.9, 9.2, 8.7
2.5 mg. dose: 11.0, 6.4, 8.8, 10.5, 12.0, 11.5, 8.8, 9.5, 12.5
2.0 mg. dose

2.5 mg. dose


X

8.8

77.44

11.0

121

12.2

148.84

6.4

40.96

10.2

104.04

8.8

77.44

8.5

72.25

10.5

110.25

12.0

144

12.0

144

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11.1

123.21

11.5

132.25

8.8

77.44

8.8

77.44

11.3

127.69

9.5

90.2

6.9

47.61

12.5

156.25

9.2

84.64

= 91

8.7

75.69

=9

=107.7

1,082.85

= 10.11

= 11
= 9.79

949.84