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I need some sort of title cover type something phase III

Abstract Blah blah blah I got allowed to procrastinate :) I take it phase II is a sort of rough draft for the final part.

NOTE: Focus on Introduction and DATA GRAPHS and summary STATISTICS Introduction

Understanding the characteristics and tendencies of a population has always been a common use of statistics.

The problem of this study and why it is important. general topic; characteristics of the population studied. Next paragraph should give some theoretical basis for the research, (Population, sample, statistics. Purpose and hypothesis, for the 6 questions. and why i made them (mention the method used) \ hypo 1, Before analyzing the data from this study I hypothesised that there would be a relationship between a person's height, weight, ring size and shoe size. I based this on the fact that larger individuals, height and weight wise, would be more likely to have larger fingers and feet. I also hypothesised that there would be a difference in gross income based on gender because previous studies have shown this. Party, a: Democrats more likely to say yes. b: Democrats more likely to say yes. c: republicans more likely to say yes. handedness a: death, independent. b: water, independent. 5: republicans more likely to join tea party. 6: Are people who are students less likely to work 30 hours or more. students are likely to work fewer hours. We also studied the which I predictied describe method enough to connect it to the hypotheses why it was done and my hypotheses

why it was done and my hypotheses 1. Is!there!a!relationship!between!an!appropriate!combination!of!a person’s!height,! weight,!ring!or!shoe!size? 2. Is!there!a!difference!in!gross!income!based!on!gender? 3. Is!there!a!relationship!between!political!party!and! a. if!the!respondent!feels!President!Obama!will!be!reRelected? b. if!the!respondent!is!in!favor!of!the!heath!care!bill!as!passed? c. If!the!respondent!is!in favor!of!the!death!penalty. 4. Is!there!a!relationship!between!handedness!and a. In!favor!of!the!death!penalty b. Amount!of!water!consumed 5. Form!your!own!question,!which!encompasses!the!question!regarding!change!in! affiliation!with!political!parties. Are democrats or republicans more likely to switch to the tea party. 6. Form!a!minimum!of!at!least!one!other!question!based!on!the!data!that!was!collected.

table, students non studetns. vs. amount that worked 30 hours or more. Methods How the study was done. past verb tense

Participants different people, how were they selected. due with PHASE III?

Design How it was done. PHASE III

Materials The data was collected using a simple two-page survey consisting of 23 questions which can be found in the appendix. The reliability of the data collected is heavily dependent on the honestly of the participants. PHASE III Procedure asking people, gather database, take sample. PHASE III systematic 1 in k. N=2628 n=50 k=52 randint(1,52,1)=16 Results This is where my graphs go. several variables are not graphed/mentioned because they were irrelevant to the questions being asked. note: This is not everything because we haven't learned everything we need yet. I'll simply restate the hypotheses until i know if the data confirms or disproves it.

I predicted that there would be a relationship between a person's height, weight, ring size and shoe size. In order to get the graph I used the stat plot function and took a picture of the result.To get the sample statistics, I entered the data into a TI-84 graphing calculator and used the 1-var Stats command. The results are listed bellow. Height

mean

S

min

Q1

M

Q3

max

66.7800 4.0972 53.0000 64.0000 67.0000 70.0000 74.0000

weight To analyse the distribution of weights in the sample I used the same procedure as the previous variable.

mean

S

min Q1 M Q3 max

167.9400 40.9775 85 140 169 187 290

Ring size
The ring sizes in our population were analyzed in the same manner as the last two variables.

mean S

min Q1 M Q3 max 6 8 9 10

7.4167 1.7092 3

shoe size
The shoe size data was also analyzed in the same manner.

mean S

min

Q1

M

Q3

max

8.8000 2.0677 3.0000 7.5000 9.0000 11.0000 12.5000

Hypotheses 2: I expected to see a difference in gross income based on gender. Male income was analyzed by making a histogram and calculating the sample mean, standard deviation, and the 5 number summary.

mean

S

min Q1

M

Q3

max

53068.1818 688832.8368 0

13000 30000 69000 300000

Female income was analyzed in the same manner as the male income.

mean

S

min Q1 M

Q3

max

32259.4286 29747.4214 0

4000 30000 48500 110000

I predicted that democrats would be more likely to believe Obama would be reelected and to support the the health care bill as passed and that republicans would be the most likely to support the death penalty. Relationship between party and opinion on

obama reelect health care death penalty Total party members other 4 ind rep 0 4 0 0 5 13 18 3 3 13 14 33 6 3 19 22 50

dem 15 total 23

A persons handedness should have no effect on their oppinion about the death penalty. ambi 1/2 left: 4/5 right: 28/43 water drank,
The water drank by left handed people is presented in the following histogram.

mean

S

min Q1 M Q3 max 16 60 92.5 100

55.4000 39.1127 8 right:

mean

S

min

Q1

M

Q3

max

76.9767 60.5941 1.0000 32.0000 60.0000 120.0000 256.0000

who is more likely to switch to tea. dem or reps. hypotheses: Reps are more likely to join the tea party.

switched from dem 4 swtiched from rep 4 from other 1

hours worked vs. being a student.
Hypotheses: students are less likely to work more than 30 hours. || || less than 30 hours

30 or more total student total 13 8 21 23 29 19 31 50 non student 6

Discussion

Phase III

References Ask professor. cite textbook. Appendix Not sure what else goes here Phase III I have a cvs file with my sample of 50 individuals. How can i attach this raw data? Questions contained in the survey

1. Gender: □ Male □ Female 2. Ethnicity: □ White □ Black □ Hispanic □ Other 3. Age (years): 4. Height (in inches, so 5 ft 7 inches would be 67): 5. Weight (pounds): 6. Hours worked per week: 7. Are you currently a Student? □ Yes □ No 8. Education Level (completed, not in progress): (High School Grad = 12, Associate Degree = 14, BA/BS = 16, MA/MS = 18, PhD = 20) 9. Annual Gross Income (numbers only, $39000 is 39000, not 39,000 or $39K): 10. Eye color: □ Brown □ Black □ Blue □ Hazel □ Each eye is a different color □ Other 11. Natural hair color. □ Black □ Blond □ Brown or Brunette □ Grey □ Red □ Silver □ Other 12. Number of ounces of water you drank for the two days prior to submitting this survey. One cup of water is 8 ounces whereas most glasses are 12 or 16 ounces. 13. Are you in favor of the death penalty? □ Yes □ No In this context “in favor” means you are for the death penalty for at least one, but not necessarily all, crimes that are currently punishable by death.7 14. What political party do you most closely associate yourself with? By associate, I mean what party are you registered to vote with or if you are not registered, which party would you register with if you had to chose. □ Democrat □ Republican □ Independent □ Other 15. Are you registered to vote? □ Yes □ No 16. Do you personally know anyone that has been infected with the HIV virus? □ Yes □ No By personally know, I mean a personal knowledge of that person. As an example, we all probably “know” Magic Johnson, but I doubt any of us have actually met him or are friends with him. If Magic is the only person you “know” who has been infected with HIV, then your answer to this question would be no.

HIV, then your answer to this question would be no. 17. Are you in favor of the health care bill as passed? □ Yes □ No □ Undecided 18. Are you □ leftRhanded, □ rightRhanded, or □ ambidextrous? 19. Do you believe President Obama will be reelected? □ Yes □ No □ Uncertain 20. Change of Party Affiliation □ I considered myself a Democrat or Liberal and now associate myself with the Tea Party. □ I considered myself a Republican or Conservative and now associate myself with the Tea Party. □ I considered myself other than Democrat or Republican and now associate myself with the Tea Party. □ Not applicable to me. 21. Consider Proposition 8, the 2008 proposition regarding marriage for same sex couples. The proposition defined marriage as between a man and a woman and prohibits same sex couples from marrying. Do you agree with Proposition 8? □ Yes □ No 22. What is your shoe size? 23. What is your ring size? 6. Hours worked per week: 7. Are you currently a Student? □ Yes □ No 8. Education Level (completed, not in progress): (High School Grad = 12, Associate Degree = 14, BA/BS = 16, MA/MS = 18, PhD = 20) 9. Annual Gross Income (numbers only, $39000 is 39000, not 39,000 or $39K): 10. Eye color: □ Brown □ Black □ Blue □ Hazel □ Each eye is a different color □ Other 11. Natural hair color. □ Black □ Blond □ Brown or Brunette □ Grey □ Red □ Silver □ Other 12. Number of ounces of water you drank for the two days prior to submitting this survey. One cup of water is 8 ounces whereas most glasses are 12 or 16 ounces. 13. Are you in favor of the death penalty? □ Yes □ No In this context “in favor” means you are for the death penalty for at least one, but not necessarily all, crimes that are currently punishable by death.7 14. What political party do you most closely associate yourself with? By associate, I mean what party are you registered to vote with or if you are not registered, which party would you register with if you had to chose. □ Democrat □ Republican □ Independent □ Other 15. Are you registered to vote? □ Yes □ No 16. Do you personally know anyone that has been infected with the HIV virus? □ Yes □ No By personally know, I mean a personal knowledge of that person. As an example, we all probably “know” Magic Johnson, but I doubt any of us have actually met him or are friends with him. If Magic is the only person you “know” who has been infected with HIV, then your answer to this question would be no. 17. Are you in favor of the health care bill as passed? □ Yes □ No □ Undecided 18. Are you □ leftRhanded, □ rightRhanded, or □ ambidextrous? 19. Do you believe President Obama will be reelected? □ Yes □ No □ Uncertain 20. Change of Party Affiliation □ I considered myself a Democrat or Liberal and now associate myself with the Tea Party. □ I considered myself a Republican or Conservative and now associate myself with the Tea Party. □ I considered myself other than Democrat or Republican and now associate myself with the Tea Party. □ Not applicable to me. 21. Consider Proposition 8, the 2008 proposition regarding marriage for same sex couples. The proposition defined marriage as between a man and a woman and prohibits same sex couples from marrying. Do you agree with Proposition 8? □ Yes □ No

22. What is your shoe size? 23. What is your ring size?

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