## spss, Applied Statistics

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#### Ogive percentile, how do i determine the 40th percentile in an ogive graph

how do i determine the 40th percentile in an ogive graph

#### Vital statistics, how to determine GRR?

how to determine GRR?

#### Descriptive statistics, find the average rate of increase in population whi...

find the average rate of increase in population which in the first decade has increased 20%.in the second 25% and in the third 44%

#### Chi-square analysis, Chi-square analysis can be used with both Goodness-of-...

Chi-square analysis can be used with both Goodness-of-Fit Tests and with Tests for Independence. There are specific instances when each test should be used based on the information

#### Logistic regression model, A marketing research firm was engaged by an auto...

A marketing research firm was engaged by an automobile manufacturer to conduct a pilot study to examine the feasibility of using logistic regression for ascertaining the likelihood

#### Multiple regressions, A sample of 43 houses that were purchased in the Sout...

A sample of 43 houses that were purchased in the Southern California town Monrovia within a month was collected. We are interested in the study of the relationships between Price a

#### Evaluate standard deviation, Consider an MBA program as a processing networ...

Consider an MBA program as a processing network where the flow unit consists of a student in the program.  Suppose the organizations that hire and promote MBAs are considered to be

#### Heteroskedastic-consistent standard errors, The following table shows the r...

The following table shows the results of fitting a linear regression model of starting annual salaries on a constant, GPA (4 point scale), and a variable (Metrics =1) indicating wh

#### Find out the probability, There are n seats on an airplane and n passengers...

There are n seats on an airplane and n passengers have bought tickets. Unfortunately, the first passenger to enter the plane has lost his ticket and, so he just chooses a seat at r

#### Probability, HOW WOULD YOU INTERPRET THIS PROBABILITY:P(a)=1.05

HOW WOULD YOU INTERPRET THIS PROBABILITY:P(a)=1.05