Measure central tendency, variability, skewness and kurtosis, Basic Statistics

1. A researcher is comparing two middle school 7th grade classes. One class at one school has participated in an arts program (involving putting on a musical play) which emphasized training in group cooperation skills. The class at the other school also put on the same musical play, but did not participate in the cooperation skills training. One month after each group performed the play, they took a paper and pencil social skills test and the scores are shown below. Compare the two groups in terms of measures central tendency, variability, skewness, and kurtosis. What do these measures tell you about the scores in the two groups?

Cooperation Skills Training                No Cooperation Skills Training

103                                                                  100

104                                                                  96

105                                                                  94

110                                                                  85

98                                                                    82

97                                                                    98

120                                                                  101

124                                                                  102

114                                                                  85

108                                                                  88

101                                                                  82

96                                                                    101

102                                                                  98

112                                                                  98

108                                                                  94

 

 

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