Hi everyone, I am kinda confused with regression analysis. My research is to investigate the degree and trend women in the construction industry suffer from lower wage and harassment.
What I got here is a dependent variable (Salary) and independent variables
2. Years of working...
I am running two regressions,
each with the one independent variables (Y) but with two different dependent variables (X1, X2).
examply: Y is central obesity, X1 is waist circumference, X2 is waist / hip ratio.
I think the waist/hip ratio more good indicator than waist for central obesity...
Dear individuals of intelligence,
I would like to know if anyone can help choose the correct statistical test to carry out on my data that I have collected. Details are below:
I tested 10 caucasian, 10 asian and 10 african individuals during a cold water immersion and measured their skin...
I have 2 columns of numbers (x,y), I want to find which value in column X will give the maximum value in column Y. What formula does it? preferable ones that can be used in Excell or OO Calc.
I just recently administered two surveys testing the effectiveness of a product. Each survey consisted of the same 3 questions and were answered on a 10-point Likert scale.
Survey A was given to 20 participants before the product was administered and the answers to the questions were as...
I have this problem to solve. It's been a while since I tried to figured out how to do, but I am totally lost.
Here it is.
Prove SST= SSW+SST in one-way Anova (one factor).
Σ ( xi - x̄ )² = Σ (xi - x̄ + x̄ k - x̄ k ) ²
Hint: Σ [ ( xi - x̄ k ) + ( x̄ k - x̄ )]²
A city council is considering drafting legislation related to the exclusion of renters with children. Since implementation will be expensive, they will only consider proceeding if the true proportion of apartments that prohibit children is more than 75 percent. Suppose that out of 125 sampled...
Can anyone help me?
For example, I have a store, 4 people bought iPhones and each buyer bought accessories too.
Buyer#1: 1 iPhone, 4 accessories
Buyer#2: 2 iPhone, 6 accessories
Buyer#3: 2 iPhone, 4 accessories
Buyer#4: 4 iPhone, 9 accessories
What is correct:
1. The Ratio of...
suppose X1,X2,…,Xn is a random sample of distribution with positive values where E(X)=Var(X)=1. We show order statistics of this random sample with Y1,Y2,…,Yn. How can show
This strikes me as an interesting (though potentially tricky) lottery question that I'm having trouble getting my head around.
Many state lotteries provide 'ball history' tables on their websites listing each number and the draws that have elapsed since it last came out. Players then tend to...
I am very confused on my statistics and probability class and i need some help im using the R program i understand a little bit but there are some problems that give me headache.
Ex: Question: Suppose there are 10 students attending a class in the computer lab. Determine the probability that...
Can someone tell me if this is correct?
four American, three Italians and three Germans are seated at random in a row. what is the probability that 1) those of the same nationality are seated together? 2)Germans are seated together and non-German are seated together
sample space 10...
I need help analyzing data from a survey. i am looking at consumers shopping venue and their confidence in regulation by various industry players.
Shopping venues question: please choose your top 3 shopping venues (1 for each and zero for those not chosen)
Confidence questions: How...
Let x1,x2,…,xn be a random sample from the normal distribution N(θ,σ^2), where θ has distribution N(μ,τ^2) and where σ^2, μ and τ^2 are known. Find a Bayes estimator δ of θ under the loss function
where γ is known
let x1,x2,...,xn be a random sample from distribution in under function distribution .
F(x)=[(x/θ)]^β , 0≤x<θ
where β is unknown and θ is known find a unbiased confidence interval in level (1-α) for β
I have a simple problem and was hoping to get your advice with. I am trying to correlate a continuous variable with a binary one. Let's say the binary variable represents a Yes/No option and the continuous just a number between 1-100.
How should I go about doing that? I...