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A. 1

B. 2/3

C. 1/3

D. 4/3

A. 52/55

B. 3/55

C. 41/44

D. 3/44

A. 2/121

B. 2/221

C. 1/221

D. 1/13

A. 30%

B. 35%

C. 40%

D. 45%

A. 7/19

B. 6/19

C. 5/19

D. 4/19

A. 4/13

B. 1/52

C. 1/4

D. None of above

A. 1/13

B. 2/13

C. 1/26

D. 1/52

A. 2/3

B. 8/21

C. 3/7

D. 9/22

A. 1

B. 2

C. 1/2

D. O

A. 1

B. 2

C. 1/2

D. O

A. 1/2

B. 1/3

C. 3/2

D. 3/4

A. 1/3

B. 1/6

C. 1/2

D. 1/8

A. 1/2

B. 1/3

C. 1/5

D. 1/6

A. 1/3

B. 1/9

C. 1/12

D. 2/9

A. 3/4

B. 1/4

C. 7/4

D. 1/2

A. True

B. False

A. True

B. False

A. True

B. False

A. True

B. False

A. True

B. False

A. N

B. R

C. S

D. N and R

A. To find P values

B. To find the p(r) value for every possible r value

C. To find the z score

D. To find the t score

A. To create new numbers

B. To simplify binomials

C. To standardize scores

D. None of these

A. A set of values

B. Standard deviations

C. The mean

D. The portion of scores between two raw values

A. Nonsensical numbers

B. T scores

C. A chart that contains the area of the curve that is between the mean and a given z score

D. All of these

A. They rarely occur and give pertinent information.

B. The scores are more complicated.

C. The scores occur frequently and are of interest.

D. The scores indicate causation.

A. Descriptive statistics

B. Inferential statistics

C. Z statistics

D. T statistics

A. Proportion

B. Standard deviation

C. Mean

D. Probability

A. The same as an empirical outcome

B. A policy analysis

C. A logical prediction as to whether or not an event will occur

D. None of these

A. They are the same general concept.

B. They are different concepts.

C. They are not useful in statistical research.

D. None of these

A. None of these

B. Dependent variable (DV)

C. Drawn from subsets of samples

D. Binomial coefficient

A. False

B. True

A. All of these

B. Science

C. Binomial

D. They examine the mean differently.

A. Combination

B. They are part of Step 2 in hypothesis testing.

C. None of these

D. They are part of Step 3 in hypothesis testing.

A. The degree to which group data differ between groups

B. Empirical outcome

C. All of these

D. The amount of diversity that exists within a single group

A. False

B. True

A. 95%

B. All of these

C. 10%

D. Factorial

A. Exhaustive

B. All of these

C. There is no relationship between IVs and DVs.

D. Failure

A. None of these

B. 95%

C. Inferential statistics

D. 5%

A. True

B. False

A. Categorical

B. Probability distribution

C. None of these

D. Quadratic

A. To publish another article

B. To see if previous studies are accurate, when new samples are used

C. Probability theory

D. None of these

A. >1,000

B. <100

C. All of these

D. Probability

A. False

B. True

A. Ordinal, ratio, nominal, interval

B. Ratio, interval, ordinal, nominal

C. None of these

D. Standard normal curve

A. Success

B. Interval and nominal

C. None of these

D. Ordinal and ratio

A. These measures are not important in statistics.

B. Theoretical prediction

C. All of these

D. They tell us averages.

A. False

B. True