Given a set of scores on a variable that is normally distributed, what percent (%) of scores would fall: ____ between –2.5 and +2.5 S.D.

Given a set of scores on a variable that is normally distributed, what percent (%) of scores would fall:
____ between –2.5 and +2.5 S.D.

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WIDENER UNIVERSITY – SCHOOL OF NURSING
N652 – Statistical Analysis
Spring 2011
Quiz #7
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SHORT ANSWER QUESTIONS (write or type your answer in the space provided)
1.
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WIDENER UNIVERSITY – SCHOOL OF NURSING
N652 – Statistical Analysis
Spring 2011
Quiz #7
***PLEASE POST THE COMPLETED ASSIGNMENT ON CAMPUSCRUISER “MY JOURNALS” BY THE BEGINNING OF THE NEXT CLASS***
NAME: ______________________________________ DATE: ______________
(my signature attests to the fact that the answers presented on this test are my own work, without the assistance of any person in or outside of this class)
SHORT ANSWER QUESTIONS (write or type your answer in the space provided)
1. In a study measuring Zest for Life in a random sample of 144 graduate nursing students, data yielded the following statistics:
Mean = 104; SD = 16
A 95% Confidence Interval would suggest that the true mean of the population
would fall between _________ and _________.
A 99% Confidence Interval would suggest that the true mean of the population
would fall between _________ and _________.
Use 2 decimal places when doing all math calculations. SHOW your math calculations for figuring the Confidence Intervals:
2. Given a set of scores on a variable that is normally distributed, what percent (%) of scores would fall:
____ between –2.5 and +2.5 S.D.

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