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Question 1
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Which of the following is used to test
the null hypothesis?
Select one:
a. Both B and C
b. Confidence interval tests
c. P-values
d. Lambda tests
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Which of the following is true of a
spurious relationship?
Select one:
a. In a spurious relationship, the
independent variable is shown to
have no effect on the dependent
variable in all values of the control
variable.
b. In a spurious relationship, the
independent variable has an effect
on the dependent variable in one
value of the control variable but not
in the others.
O c. In a spurious relationship, the
independent variable has an effect
of roughly the same strength and in
the same direction in all values of
the control variable.
d. In a spurious relationship, the
effect of the independent variable
on the dependent variable runs in
the opposite direction in one value
of the control variable as it does in
another value of the control
variable.
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Question 1
Points out of 2.00
Remove flag
Which of the following is used to test
the null hypothesis?
Select one:
a. Both B and C
b. Confidence interval tests
c. P-values
d. Lambda tests
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Which of the following statistics
measures how well we can predict
values for the dependent variable once
we know values for the independent
variable?
Select one:
a. All of the above.
b. R-squared
c. Lambda.
d. Somers’ Dyx.
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Question 4
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If a sample is smaller than
you
should use the Student’s t Distribution
(instead of using 1.96) to calculate
confidence intervals.
Select one:
a. 1.645
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b. 1,000,000
C. 100
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d. 1.96
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Which of the following is true of random
sampling?
Select one:
a. So long as we select our
sample randomly, we can be 100%
certain our findings accurately
represent the population being
studied.
b. The standard level of
confidence social scientists seek for
random samples is 50%.
O
c. Both A and B.
d. In a random sample, every
individual in the population has an
equal chance of being selected as
part of the sample.
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