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MABC 506. STATISTICS IN RESEARCH ANSWER THE FOLLOWING EXERCISES: Exercise No. 1 A.

Classify the following as either quantitative or qualitative data: 1. Religious affiliation 2. Length of Filipino babies 3. Socio-economic status 4. Monthly income of families 5. Bar codes 6. Rank of teachers 7. Mortality rates 8. Taxable income of government employees 9. Distance traveled by MRT 10. Place of residence B. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. Identify whether the numbers obtained in the following variables are discrete or continuous: Size of high school classes Heights of PBA players Average temperature of Baguio in the last 5 weeks Books in the library Equivalent value in dollar in Philippine Peso Football scores Weights of infants at birth in a certain city Number of domestic animals in a subdivision Delegates of the Philippines in an international conference Chapters in the book Noli Me Tangere Distance traveled by LRT2 Life span of a person Number of pages in the book Little Prince Length of a rope Area of houses in a subdivision

C. Classify whether the following variables are nominal, cardinal, interval or ration: 1. Varieties of rice 2. Nationality 3. I.Q. 4. Ranks in army 5. Scores in an entrance test 6. Length of a yarn 7. Mobile numbers in Manila 8. Sizes of blouses 9. Number of Filipinos in Japan 10. Scores of basketball players EXERCISE NO. 2 1. A researcher conducted a study on the different plans of teachers after retiring from the service. A total of 1,200 respondents consist the study. If the researcher decided to use a 3% margin of error, what will be the sampling size? 2. There are 10,000 housewives in Barangay San Francisco, It is desired to make a study on their views on battered women. How many housewives maybe taken as respondents if the researcher decided using 15% margin of error? 3. Mrs. Lim would like to determine how many students manage their stresses. If there are 1,375 high school students, how many respondents she needs in her study if she still maintain 98% accuracy? 4. CSA High School department is composed of 1,400 students.Ms. Torres will conduct a study from First year to Fourth Year level. If she will use 7% margin of error, determine the sample from each year level using random stratified sampling, n= 178?

EXERCISE NO. 3 1. Prepare simple frequency distribution table for the following scores. Compute for the mean and median of your grouped data. Also compute for the Relative Frequency, Less Than Cumulative Frequency and the Greater Than cumulative frequency distributions. 56 62 65 67 71 74 81 58 62 66 67 71 75 59 62 67 68 72 76 60 64 67 70 73 80

2. Solve for the mean grade of Lea for the first quarter if she got the following results: Subject Units Grades Araling Panlipunan 1.0 83 CVE & E 1.0 89 English 1.5 80 Filipino 1.5 84 MAPEH 1.2 88 Math 1.5 90 Science 2.0 87 Statistics 1.5 88 TLE & Computer 2.0 90 EXERCISE NO. 4 1. Solve for the mean deviations of the following sets of data: a. 14, 15, 14, 8, 19 b. 17, 18, 8, 20, 18 2. A cut flower dealer records the number of dozens of flowers she sells for the whole week. Determine the range, mean deviation and standard deviation for the given results: Day No. of dozens (x) M 36 T 24 W 35 TH 25 F 33 S 27 S 50

3. The following are the heights of 60 students in inches. Determine the range, mean deviation and standard deviation: Height 57 59 60 62 63 65 66 68 69 71 72 74 75 77 78 80 EXERCISE NO. 5 Draw the scatter diagram and then solve for the value of r and determine the degree Scores of students in Math III and Chemistry Student Math III (X) Chemistry(Y) 1 2 9 2 3 10 4 4 8 3 5 7 2 6 3 9 5 10 f 4 5 7 10 15 9 7 3