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    Calculating Z scores for the depenent and independent variables

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    Calculate Z scores for the dependent and independent variable values in the two hypotheses below. This will require calculating the standard deviation and converting the scores to Z scores.
    Hypothesis: 1
    (population per 100,000

    ROBBERY ARRESTS CONVICTIONS
    44 3
    50 6
    38 8
    96 12
    42 14
    47 18
    40 22
    39 28
    46 32
    50 40
    MEAN = 49.2 MEAN=18.3
    MEDIAN = 45 MEDIAN =16
    MODE =50 MODE=
    N=10 N=10

    Hypothesis: 2
    DRUNK DRIVING ARRESTS 2005 Convictions
    Jan: 50 40
    Feb: 60 50
    March: 70 60
    April: 80 74
    May: 90 80
    June: 110 90
    July: 120 100
    August: 130 115
    September: 150 150
    October: 200 160
    November: 250 240
    December: 300 300
    MEAN: 134.12 MEAN:121.6
    MEDIAN: 115 MEAN; 95

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    Solution Summary

    The solution gives detailed steps on calculating Z scores for the depenent and independent variables. All works are done in excel.

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