Table of contents INTRODUCTION...........................................................................................................................3 REFERENCES..............................................................................................................................10 2
INTRODUCTION Question 1 11 Mean 1.46464 6Mean 1.46464 6 Standard Error 0.05038 1Standard Error 0.05038 1 Median1Median1 Mode1Mode1 Standard Deviation 0.50128 7Standard Deviation 0.50128 7 Sample Variance 0.25128 8Sample Variance 0.25128 8 Kurtosis-2.02051Kurtosis-2.02051 Skewness 0.14395 9Skewness 0.14395 9 Range1Range1 Minimum1Minimum1 Maximum2Maximum2 Sum145Sum145 Count99Count99 Confidence Level(95.0%)0.09998 Confidence Level(95.0%)0.09998 b) it can be identified from p value that the there is no relationship between variables. This is because it can be clearly seen that there is no relation between version and buy by students. c) the correlation coefficient r is 0.0010 that shows there is no relation between mean of both X1 and X2. Question 2 11035 3
Mean 1.44444 4Mean 943.313 1 Standard Error 0.05019 5Standard Error 10.6515 5 Median1Median947 Mode1Mode937 Standard Deviation 0.49943 3Standard Deviation 105.981 6 Sample Variance 0.24943 3Sample Variance 11232.0 9 Kurtosis-1.98905Kurtosis 0.20936 2 Skewness 0.22706 2Skewness-0.31992 Range1Range512 Minimum1Minimum665 Maximum2Maximum1177 Sum143Sum93388 Count99Count99 Confidence Level(95.0%)0.09961 Confidence Level(95.0%) 21.1376 5 b) it can be identified from p value that the there is no relationship between variables. This is because it can be clearly seen that there is no relation between version and how much is spend by students. c) the correlation coefficient r is 6.275 that shows there is no relation between mean of both X1 and X2. Question 3 a) 21096 Mean-69.7879Mean 1072.18 2 Standard Error 16.6535 2Standard Error 13.6233 1 4
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