# Some statistics questions

Should Statistics Be a Required Course in College?

Yes No

Republican 10 26

Democrat 15 17

1. Cell 1,1 (Yes, Republican) Expected Value =

2. Cell 2,2 (No, Democrat) Expected Value =

(You must calculate E for the other two cells)

3. What is the result of this analysis?

4. What is the tabled value of the Chi Square problem above p < .05

5. Is the result significant? Was there a significant difference between Republicans and Democrats on this crucial issue?

6. Calculate ?Ö?ª?n?n

7. Is this evidence of a small, medium or large effect of politics on curriculum?

8. ?ÃX??n?¤?£?~?n?n?n?n?n?n?¾?n??n?¤?~?n?n?n?Ý?n??n?¡?¢?n?n?nsx?n?n??n?£?|?¢

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?n?n?n?n?n?n?n?n?n?n?n?nt = ?Ý?n?{?nX =

sx

N

9. df =

10. For a ONE-TAILED TEST with p < .05, what is the Tabled Value, and is the above t statistic significant or not significant?

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The expert determines how statistics should be a required course in college. The answers of Democrats and Republicans are provided. The tabled value of the chi square problem is determined.