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Construct a cross tabulation to examine the relationships between the two nominal/ordinal level variables. Assume that you selected a random sample of two hundreds cases and collected data on these cases. Calculate Chi Square ans as appropriate, Lambda, gamma and Cramer's V. Briefly state conclusion about hypothesis relationship.
Hypothesis 1
Robbery arrest Convictions
44 3
50 6
38 8
96 12
42 14
42 18
47 22
40 22
39 28
46 32
50 40
Mean=49.2 Mean=18.2
standard deviation=16.95542422 12.09269752
Median-45 Median=16
Mode=50 Mode=N/A
Observation=10 Observation=10

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The solution gives detailed steps on calculating the cramer's and lambda based on the chi-square statistics in order to determine the relationship between two variables.

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Explanation and completion of 2.1, 2.2, & 2.3.

PART 2: Problems

Answer the questions in Part 2. Be sure to show every step of your work clearly and completely. Explain
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2 1 1 17 4 5.8 0.63 GNDR = Gender
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4 0 1 17 6 4.7 0.71 M = 0
5 1 2 14 6 4.2 0.72 TRAK = Course of Study
6 1 1 15 8 6.7 0.76 1 = remedial
7 1 3 11 7 3.8 0.75 2 = vocational
8 0 2 20 7 3.5 0.79 3 = mainstream
9 1 2 12 6 5.7 0.79 4 = college prep
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11 1 2 7 7 6.3 0.88 ranked index of
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16 0 2 4 5 5.7 0.94 10 = likes teachers a lot
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2.1 Analyze the relation between GNDR and LIKE using Chi-square.

A. Construct a 2x2 table for these data using "female" and "male' as the categories on GNDR, and "dislike" and "like" as the categories on LIKE (by collapsing 1-5 into "dislike" and 6-10 in "like"). Include the marginals in your table.

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A. Construct a table for these data using the existing categories on TRAK, and collapsing the continuous values of STDY into four categories (<2.0, 2.0-3.9, 4.0-5.9, and >5.9). Include the marginals in your table.

B. Calculate the percentages for the table so that they illustrate the effects of TRAK on STDY.

C. Is there an association? What are the strength and direction of the relation?

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B. Calculate lambda for the data in the table you constructed for 2.1.

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