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of a company increases from $450,000 last year to $540,000 this year. What is the percentage change in profit? The percentage change So, the percentage increase in profit is 20%. Time for Practice Page 127 of Textbook 1A ▫Class Practice Page 129 of Textbook 1A ▫Questions 6 – 14 Pages 57 - 58 of WB 1A ▫Questions 3 - 9 Profit and Loss Cost / Cost price is/


Chem Catalyst If a class of 22 students has 15 girls and 7 boys, what percentage of the class is male? What percentage is female?

22 students has 15 girls and 7 boys, what percentage of the class is male? What percentage is female? Today’s Agenda: 1. Catalyst 2. Notes- percent composition/ empirical formula/oxygen are obtained. What is the percent composition of this compound? Percent Composition: From Formula 1) Find the total molar mass for each element. 2) Divide by molar mass of compound. 3) Multiply by 100. Percent Composition from Formula Find the percent composition/of these compounds: 1) 94.1% O, 5.9% H 2) 67.6% Hg, 10.8% S, 21/


Copyright ©2014 Pearson Education Chap 2-1 Chapter 2 Organizing and Visualizing Data Statistics for Managers Using Microsoft Excel 7 th Edition, Global.

Or Unstacked Format This is an issue when you have a categorical variable that may be used group your numerical variable for analysis. Stacked format is when your numerical variable is in one column and a second column identifies the value of the/ frequency, relative frequency, or percentage.  The height of the bars represent the frequency, relative frequency, or percentage. Copyright ©2014 Pearson Education Chap 2-32 Class Frequency 10 but less than 20 3.15 15 20 but less than 30 6.30 30 30 but less than/


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96 90-9422.826895.77 95-9534.2371100.00 71100.00 TABLE 2.7 Grouped Frequency Distribution of Final-Examination Grades for 71 Students 2.3 21 The percentage of cases falling at or below a given score Deciles – points that divide a distribution into 10 equally sized portions/ 73) = 23.28% c)Pct. Upper class with new car = 100(23/33) = 69.69% d)Pct. Middle class with new car = 100(6/27) = 22.22% e)Pct. Lower class with new car = 100(1/13) = 7.69% f)Effect of social class in buying a car? No New CarNew CarTotal /


Business Statistics, A First Course (4e) © 2006 Prentice-Hall, Inc. Chap 2-1 Chapter 2 Presenting Data in Tables and Charts Statistics For Managers 4 th.

, A First Course (4e) © 2006 Prentice-Hall, Inc. Chap 2-6 Bar and Pie Charts Bar charts and Pie charts are often used for categorical data Height of bar or size of pie slice shows the frequency or percentage for each category Business Statistics, A First Course (4e) © 2006 Prentice-Hall,/, A First Course (4e) © 2006 Prentice-Hall, Inc. Chap 2-20 Frequency Distribution Example Class Frequency 10 but less than 20 3.15 15 20 but less than 30 6.30 30 30 but less than 40 5.25 25 40 but less than 50 4.20 20/


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1 Status Of Implementation Of Municipal Solid Waste (Management & Handling) Rules, 2000 In Class-i Cities Of India As On 31/12/2003.

for treatment of waste  Lack of skilled Manpower  Nonavailability of appropriate land/ Land acquisition –Time consuming  Low quality of Municipal waste  Insufficient organic matter  Lack of Basic facilities to setup Treatment Plants 57 DISPOSAL OF WASTE AT THE ENGINEERED LANDFILL 58 STATUS OF IMPLEMENTATION OF MSW RULES 2000 IN 106 CLASS-I CITIES AS ON 01/04/2005 CONSTRUCTION OF SANITARY LANDFILLS PERCENTAGE/


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th Ed. Population Dynamics Chapter 6 Cunningham - Cunningham - Saigo: / Decrease Mortality - Death Rate.  Survivorship - Percentage of cohort surviving to a certain age.  Life expectancy - Probable number of years of survival for an individual of a given age. - Increases as/ Diminishing Populations - Natality has fallen below replacement level. - Diagram shows bulge in upper age classes. Cunningham - Cunningham - Saigo: Environmental Science 7 th Ed. REGULATING POPULATION GROWTH Intrinsic factors -/


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Maths: Stand Unit: Money, operations and percentages Class: 5 th and 6 th Maths worksheet to be used in conjunction with a supermarket leaflet to promote problem solving and active learning You are organising a class party. You have 30.00 euro to spend. What will you buy? Try get as close to 30.00 euro as possible. How much /buy. How much would it cost to buy 13 of these products? Aldi are offering a 15% discount to loyal customers. How much will the shopping for your class party cost with the 15% discount?


Physical Activity. Percentage of High School Students Who Did Not Participate in at Least 60 Minutes of Physical Activity on at Least 1 Day,* by Sex,

No Data 25.1% - 33.6% 33.7% - 36.6% 36.7% - 38.6% 38.7% - 46.2% Percentage of High School Students Who Played Video or Computer Games or Used a Computer for 3 or More Hours Per Day* *For something that was not school work on/on t-test analysis, p < 0.05.) Black and White races are non-Hispanic. National Youth Risk Behavior Survey, 2013 Percentage of High School Students Who Attended Physical Education Classes on All 5 Days,* 1991-2013 † *In an average week when they were in school. † Decreased, 1991-1995, /


Copyright © 1990-2003 by Quality Improvement Consultants, Inc. (QIC) Slide 1 World-Class Quality Measurably Improving Your Requirements Based on the CMMI.

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12/1/15 Discussion Questions 1.Please complete this Punnett Square: Gg x Gg G = green g = yellow 2. Give the genotypic and phenotypic percentages and ratios.

Percentages Green = 75% Yellow = 25% Phenotypic Ratio 3:1 Reminders *Test and Quiz make ups, tutoring during PLC on TUES and THURS Entire Project due Monday, 12-7-15; we will set up during class/ on Tuesday 12-8-15 Rough draft of Abstract due NOW. Rough drafts can not be turned in on the day the final draft is due or after the due date for/are RNA and DNA different? 4. Describe DNA Replication. 5. Describe Transcription 6. Describe Translation 7. Describe a mutation 8. Describe a Frame Shift Mutation /


CREATIVE CLASS and ECONOMIC GROWTH Barbara Polachová Olga Staňková Olga Georgievová Economic Issues in North America May 7, 2012.

6.7 per 1 000 people 1848 patents in 2000 2102 patents in 2011 Louisiana: #39 2.60 per 1 000 people 518 patents in 2000 308 patents in 2011 Colorado v. Louisiana Population: 5,11 mil. Percentage change of GSP: 43,68% Creative class percentage change: 4,11% Percentage/Decennial Census Population and Housing Counts. United States Census Bureau [online] Accessed on May 4, 2012. Ranking Tables for States: Population in 2000 and Population Change from 1990 to 2000. United States Census Bureau [online] Accessed on/


Learning question: Why do we age and how does it affect fertility? Title: The effects of aging on the reproductive system Homework: You have your class.

effects of aging on the reproductive system Homework: You have your class test next week – study! 08 June 2016 Learning Objectives Candidates /fertility The impact of aging is not as severe as it is for women! Number, motility and percentage of sperm decrease slightly If a male partner is >50 years/ Peri-menopausal period Regular cycle of menstruation disrupted Menstruation becomes irregular Can last from 6 months to one year Oestrogen production decreases and eventually stops Menopausal and post menopausal /


How’s my favorite class today?. Group Discussion Find one thing everyone in your group has in common. Something INTERESTING! What did you do last weekend?

Take our class for example….. Use contrastive structure to discuss our class. Start with gender, hair color, etc….. Think of a statistic about our class to share with everyone. Think of a few, because someone may take yours before you get to share it. Using Percentages or Fractions /eyebrows). 2. Tell about the part using either percentages or fractions. 3. Contrast the part with the rest of the whole and add a comment. 6. 1 out of 3 people in the world relies on rice for their survival. 7. 9 out of 10 new /


M. MASTAK AL AMIN The summary Table A summary table indicates the frequency, amount or percentage of items in a set of categories so that you can see differences.

percentage polygon. A percentage polygon is formed by having the midpoint of each class represent the data in that class and then connecting the sequence of midpoint at their respective class percentages. The following table and figure 1.5 illustrates the construction of the percentage/ constructed, the cells for each row-column combination contain the frequency, the percentage of the overall total, the percentage of the row total, or the percentage of the column total. Table 1.6: Frequency distribution of /


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4 Results of calculation Cathegory Items Percentage of items Percentage usage (%) Action Class A107, 10120%81.3% Close control Class B 109, 105, 102, 106 30%13.6% Regular review Class C 106,104, 110, 103, 108 50%5.1% Infrequent review Additional rules for ABC analysis Cathegory Percentage of items Percentage of usage Class A items5-25%40-80% Class B items20–40%15-40% Class C items40-75%5-20/


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Published online in Stroke Jan. 13, 2011 Endovascular Treatment Justification Class/Level of Evidence Endovascular thrombolysis under 6 hours from symptom onset is an option for patients with ischemic stroke Class I; Level of Evidence B Mechanical thrombolysis with the Merci/ patients with high risk for CEA Class IIb; Level of evidence C ©2011 American Heart Association, Inc. All rights reserved. Leifer et al. Published online in Stroke Jan. 13, 2011 Metric 11: Percentage of patients undergoing intracranial /


72.9 78.2 70.6 71.7 68.5 78.3 73.7 0 20 40 60 80 100 TotalMaleFemale6th7th8thBlack*Hispanic/ Latino White* West Virginia Middle School Survey Among students.

7 65.1 0 20 40 60 80 100 TotalMaleFemale6th7th8thBlack*Hispanic/ Latino White* West Virginia Middle School Survey Percentage of students who were physically active for a total of at least 60 minutes per day on five or more of the past seven days / the subgroup. 52.7 46.0 56.6 57.2 55.6 49.7 52.6 0 20 40 60 80 100 TotalMaleFemale6th7th8thBlack*Hispanic/ Latino White* West Virginia Middle School Survey Percentage of students who attended physical education (PE) classes daily in an average week when they were/


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Knowledge/Experiences) Components of Meaningful Cognitive Engagement Necessary Components Supportive Processes Attendance in School Attendance in Class Attention during Learning Experiences Cognitive Engagement during Learning Experiences Relevant and Challenging Learning Experiences Student Self-/Student Work with Teacher not Engaged 8.5 13.6 Complete Disengagement 1.0 8.4 Jerry Valentine 2004 Percentages for High Achieving and Low Achieving Middle Schools Highly Achieving Low ***.001 **.05 /


0 20 40 60 80 100 TotalMalesFemales 9th10th11th12th 8.2 8.0 9.9 9.1 8.9 4.2 West Virginia High School Survey Percentage of students who described their.

TotalMalesFemales 9th10th11th12th 13.9 8.7 19.4 16.2 14.4 13.1 12.0 West Virginia High School Survey Percentage of students who went without eating for 24 hours or more to lose weight or to keep from gaining weight during the past 30 days QN68 - / 40 60 80 100 TotalMalesFemales 9th10th11th12th 31.7 35.3 27.8 54.4 34.1 13.6 15.7 West Virginia High School Survey Percentage of students who attended physical education (PE) classes daily in an average week when they were in school QNDLYPE - Weighted Data 0 20 40 /


1 Michael D. Rettig, Professor Emeritus James Madison University 434-249-3024 Flexible Scheduling Options for Secondary Schools.

5 A truly flexible schedule is one that provides more learning time for those need it and more choices for those who dont need more learning time. 6 Criteria for Comparison of Schedules n Time per course n Choices available n Cost n Student Load n Teacher Load n Percentage of Core (assuming 1 class (period or block) of E,M,SS, and SC per year/


Construction and Interpretation of Simple Diagrams and Graphs (II)

Class Mark (s) Class boundaries (s) Frequency 12.0 – 13.9 (b) What is the class width? Find the percentage of students who finished the race within 15.95 s. Solution: (b) Class width = (13.95 – 11.95) s (c) Required percentage = 2 s Follow-up 6.3 6/– 26.05 25.6 – 26.0 Frequency Class boundaries (C) Temperature (C) Table 6.18 Construct a histogram for the data. Follow-up 6.3 6.2 Histogram, Frequency Polygon and Frequency Curve A. Histogram Follow-up 6.3 Solution: Follow-up 6.4 6.2 Histogram, Frequency /


Statistics for Managers Using Microsoft® Excel 5th Edition

, displays the variable of interest along the X axis, and the cumulative percentages along the Y axis. Statistics for Managers Using Microsoft Excel, 5e © 2008 Pearson Prentice-Hall, Inc. Organizing Numerical Data: The Polygon (Line Graph) Class Frequency 10 but less than 20 3 .15 15 20 but less than 30 6 .30 30 30 but less than 40 5 .25 25 40 but/


0 20 40 60 80 100 TotalMalesFemales6th7th8th 6.9 6.8 7.0 6.7 7.3 New Jersey Middle School Survey Percentage of students who described their general health.

100 TotalMalesFemales6th7th8th 34.6 35.9 33.5 34.5 34.9 New Jersey Middle School Survey Percentage of students who attended physical education (PE) classes daily in an /for a total of 60 minutes or more per day on five or more of the past seven days QN55 - Unweighted Data Missing bars indicate less than 100 respondents in the subgroup. 0 20 40 60 80 100 TotalMalesFemales6th7th8th 81.6 83.8 79.8 83.2 79.2 New Jersey Middle School Survey Among students enrolled in physical education (PE) class, the percentage/


For secondary grade keeping. A presentation By The Fundamental Steps 1.Create grade books for each class 2.Link grade books 3.Add Students to the grade.

presentation By The Fundamental Steps 1.Create grade books for each class 2.Link grade books 3.Add Students to the grade book 4.Add Assignment Types 5.Add Assignments 6.Enter Student Score 1.Class 2.Student 3.Assignment 4.Quick Data Entry form /form on the Final Marks tab. Show Point Ratio on Scores by Class Page – normally only the percentage shows for each student on this page. This option displays total points and total max points for each student. Only applies when doing total points grading (not grading/


Overview of ABE Funding. Trends in Funding FY 2005FY 2008FY 2009FY 2010 State ABE Aid$ 36,509,000$41,059,748$42,291,786$ 43,125,585 Federal ABE Aid$ 6,832,891$

36,509,000$41,059,748$42,291,786$ 43,125,585 Federal ABE Aid$ 6,832,891$ 5,990,606$ 5,887,863$ 5,299,077 Grant programs$ 682,/year. Federal Government  Each state receives a percentage of the federal allocation based on census data.  Each program in Minnesota receives a percentage of the state’s federal allocation based on the/ class 48 weeks during the 2008-2009 program year. How much state revenue did the class generate for the 2009-2010 program year? How much federal revenue did the class generate for /


Today is Wednesday, December 11 th, 2013 Pre-Class: Using a Punnett Square, cross the following two genotypes: Aa x AA. Now answer these questions: -How.

turn that in. In This Lesson: Monohybrid Cross Review (Lesson 3 of 6) Second Pre-Class Pre-Class: Let P be the dominant allele for purple flowers and p be the recessive allele for white flowers. –Pp x Pp What would be the probability of the third/brown fur color is dominant to gray fur color. A homozygous recessive male mouse is crossed with a heterozygous female mouse. In percentage form, what is the likelihood of the first offspring being homozygous dominant? –0% Review Question 11 In mice, brown fur /


Percentage / decimal bingo You will play this game as a whole class. Type your name and send. To win you need to get a whole row of correct ticks. The.

Percentage / decimal bingo You will play this game as a whole class. Type your name and send. To win you need to get a whole row of correct ticks. The majority of the class must get it right to get a correct tick. You can make five mistakes at the most. The teacher reserves the right to increase the pass mark! Next page Back = WRONG! 12 3 4 5 6 Work harder you bum! You are now getting into serious trouble! I can’t belive that you did that! It’s the fires of hell for you! Game over!


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all we know), the expected giving rate will be 1.18*5 = 5.9 percentage points higher for school A. 3. If you learn that A and B above have identical student /43 Use this model. Plug and Chug. The best model includes Grad Rate and SFR (% classes <20 not needed) The university with the most negative residual. 5. Of the 48 / the most negative residual. Use the best model, ask for residuals, find the minimum. MICHIGAN! ANOVA or Regression of SFR on 2 dummies. 6. Bo notices that some of the 48 have “university”/


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the hydraulic gradient causing it” (IHP/OHP 1998). From a 1 : 200 000 scale map with 9 classes, areal means were deduced. The lowest two classes (with a mean hydraulic conductivity of less than 2.3*10 -6 m/s) were combined for the calculation of the percentage of soils with low hydraulic conductivity. ROOTSMEAN - Mean water-holding capacity in the effective root zone [mm/


Bouncing Through Percentages and Probability Ambar Paulino and Christina Raiti.

through the appropriate use of the NCAA tournament. Context  Hartford Magnet Trinity College Academy (Hartford, CT)  6 th Grade class  20 students in class  Mathematics/ English Language Literacy  50 minutes/Day, one time a week over a course of five weeks / player’s personal statistics and use them to be introduced to percentages Student’s will master percentage skills by working in smaller groups and comparing their player’s statistics for that week’s games Activities: 15 minutes of analyzing a stats/


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Chapter 2 Presenting Data in Tables and Charts

Ordered Array Stem-and-Leaf Display Frequency Distributions and Histograms Bar charts and pie charts Contingency tables Tables and Charts for Numerical Data Frequency Distributions and Cumulative Distributions Ordered Array Stem-and-Leaf Display Histogram Polygon Ogive The Ordered Array A /, 35, 37, 38, 41, 43, 44, 46, 53, 58 Cumulative Frequency Cumulative Percentage Class Frequency Percentage 10 but less than 20 3 15 3 15 20 but less than 30 6 30 9 45 30 but less than 40 5 25 14 70 40 but less than 50/


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U.S. Section 4 Identifying the Poor (cont.) Children under 18 Elderly people People with disabilities Percentage of Population in Poverty Section 4 A B C D For every dollar earned by men, women earn A. $.50 B. $.80 Section 4 Responses to/6 power the ability to control the behavior of others, even against their will Vocab 7 prestige recognition, respect, and admiration attached to social positions Vocab 8 false consciousness adoption of the ideas of the dominant class by the less powerful class Vocab 9 class/


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0 20 40 60 80 100 TotalMalesFemales 9th10th11th12th 86.3 89.8 81.2 84.5 86.6 86.2 89.5 New Jersey High School Survey Among students who rode a bicycle.

20 40 60 80 100 TotalMalesFemales 9th10th11th12th 90.9 92.1 89.7 92.1 89.2 89.6 92.9 New Jersey High School Survey Percentage of students who attended physical education (PE) classes on one or more days in an average week when they were in school QN82 - Weighted Data/ 9th10th11th12th 14.5 14.8 14.1 17.7 16.9 13.4 8.8 New Jersey High School Survey Percentage of students who would most likely try marijuana for the first time if it were legal to use and legally available QN103 - Weighted Data 0 20 40 60 /


© AberdeenGroup 2009 Top Strategies for Asset Performance Management (APM) Mehul Shah, Research Analyst Aberdeen Group February 24 th, 2010.

time visibility into asset performance 4.Improve collaboration across maintenance, production and financial groups © AberdeenGroup 2009 6 What is Asset Performance Management? Approach that synchronizes operations, maintenance, and engineering goals Visibility into / Alarm Management Percentage of Respondents, n=139 Laggard Industry Average Best-in-Class Source: Aberdeen Group, October 2009 © AberdeenGroup 2009 27 Laggard Step to Success  Establish executive ownership and sponsorship for asset performance /


Statistics for Managers Using Microsoft Excel, 5e © 2008 Pearson Prentice-Hall, Inc.Chap 2-1 Statistics for Managers Using Microsoft® Excel 5th Edition.

the variable of interest along the X axis, and the cumulative percentages along the Y axis. Statistics for Managers Using Microsoft Excel, 5e © 2008 Pearson Prentice-Hall, Inc.Chap 2-19 Organizing Numerical Data: The Polygon Class Frequency 10 but less than 20 3.15 15 20 but less than 30 6.30 30 30 but less than 40 5.25 25 40 but/


1 Business 90: Business Statistics Professor David Mease Sec 03, T R 7:30-8:45AM BBC 204 Lecture 6 = More of Chapter “Presenting Data in Tables and Charts”

It starts at zero and ends at 100% The corresponding polygon is called an ogive and uses the class boundaries (NOT the midpoints) 6 In class exercise #16: Construct a cumulative percentage distribution for the exam scores by hand. 7 In class exercise #17: Construct a cumulative percentage polygon (ogive) for the exam scores by hand. 8 Ogives in Excel These are done in Excel by “Insert” > “Chart/


Definition Frequency Distribution (or Frequency Table)

analyze the nature of data. 3. We have a basis for constructing important graphs. Relative Frequency Distribution includes the same class limits as a frequency distribution, but the frequency of a class is replaced with a relative frequencies (a proportion) or a percentage frequency ( a percent) relative frequency = class frequency sum of all frequencies percentage frequency class frequency sum of all frequencies  100% = Relative Frequency Distribution IQ/


Percentage Composition Lesson 28. Warm up Submit Mole Conversion packages in basket, and copy the following upon arrival Write-Pair-Share What is the.

and create our own definition Percent Composition This class is: _____% Male and ______% Female Write-Pair-Share Definition and calculation for percent composition… Determining the Percent Composition by Mass/ and 20.2% H? If we assume that we have 100.g of compound, the percentages convert to grams. Step 1: Convert % to grams  79.8% C becomes 79.8g/have simple whole number ratios of one element to another, we must convert the ratio 6.64:20 to a whole number one. The easiest way is to divide through by /


On dividing by 10 as you go to the right”, ‘deci is about ten’….). Write the percentage value beside the decimal numbers (10%, 1%, 23%, 50%, 99% and 0.1%)

percentages, Investigate, calculate, estimate, exact Activity Process: What is a percentage Learning Intention: Revision The word per cent comes from the Latin word per centum. This means out of a hundred and is represented by the symbol % Brainstorm on the group/class chart what learners know about decimals. Record their ideas. (for/? = 14) (Answer: 40% of 35) What percentage of 28 is 21? (? % x 28 = 21) (Answer: 75% of 28) What percentage of 18 is 6? (? %x 18 = 6) (Answer: 33.33%of 18) Assessment: Option 1/


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Florida Department of TRANSPORTATION 2015 FTBA ANNUAL CONVENTION August 6-9, 2015 NAPLES GRANDE BEACH RESORT WORK PROGRAM OVERVIEW 2016-2020 Jim Boxold.

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Percentages (I) Form 1 Mathematics Chapter 3. Reminder Standard Homework (III), (IV) and (V) ▫30 Nov (Fri) Extra Tutorial ▫Tuesday’s last CTP ▫MUST: 1,

Percentage Change P.130 Q19. James had $5000 in his savings account last year. This year, he has $10000. Change % James then takes out 40% of his savings. The amount now is = $10000  (1 – 40%) = $6000 New change % Time for Practice Page 127 of Textbook 1A ▫Class Practice Page 129 of Textbook 1A ▫Questions 6/1320 respectively. A’s discount % B’s discount % So, B’s discount is smaller. Time for Practice Page 141 of Textbook 1A ▫Class Practice Page 142 of Textbook 1A ▫Questions 3 – 10 Pages 65 - 66 of WB 1A ▫/


Graphs of Frequency Distribution Introduction to Statistics Chapter 2 Jan 21, 2010 Class #2.

investigating short-term memory capacity: how many symbols remembered are recorded for 20 participants: 4, 6, 3, 7, 5, 7, 8, 4, 5,10 10, 6, 8, 9, 3, 5, 6, 4, 11, 6 –We can describe our data by using a Frequency Distribution. This/ represented be a cumulative frequency column –Cumulative percentage obtained by: c% = cf/N(100) –This gives information about relative position in the data distribution –X values = raw scores, without context 1.Determine the Class Interval Size (continued) Example: Given the /


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