QNT/561 Descriptive Statistics

| August 30, 2017

Question

Descriptive Statistics
Determine the appropriate descriptive statistics.

Note: If the data was normally distributed, use the mean and standard deviation. If the data was skewed significantly, use the median and interquartile range.

Wage Earnings (Hourly)

Distribution: State if not normally distributed

Central Tendency: $15.17

Dispersion:$5.21

Number: 100

Min/Max: $11.00 to $37.00

Confidence Interval: (if distribution is normal)

Age

Distribution: State if not normally distributed

Central Tendency: 28.5 Years

Dispersion: 25 years

Number: 100

Min/Max: 20 – 45

Confidence Interval: (if distribution is normal)

Education Level

Create a bar chart. Describe the proportions.

Descriptive Statistics Interpretation

Earnings

Describe the variable in laymen terms.

Age

Describe the variable in laymen terms.

Appendix A

Raw data used in the analysis

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Histograms

Fit data to one page.

Appendix B

Charts and Tables

This part of the paper will include items that are then cited in the body of the paper. Usually, large items are placed here not to distract from reading the paper.

Appendix C

Scatter Plot Earning Vs Age

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Bar Chart Education Level

This part of the paper will include descriptive statistics.

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