# Hypothesis testing problems in SPSS

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Perform appropriate statistics for each of the following variables in the data file "binge.save" 1) age, 2) gender, 3) race, and 4) class. The choice of statistics should be either percentage with bar chart (for categorical/discrete variables), or the mean and standard deviation for continuous/ratio variables. For categorical variables, you should create a chart.

Write a brief summary report on the demographic and class distribution of this sample. Paste the tables and charts into your report and label each of them properly. Statistics should follow a general statement in parentheses as supporting evidence.

Example 1: A majority of the survey respondents are married (married = 68%, single = 32%).

Example 2: Table 2 summarizes the income distribution of the sample. The average household income of this group is $55,000 with the standard deviation = $6,700.

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