Project #88531 - Statistics spss problems

**The GSS 2010 Data will not upload but if you have spss software I can e-mail it to you**

Hello-

I need the spss problems below completed using GSS 2010 data and spss version 22.

Thank you

 

SPSS Problem #7 (SPSS7)

Sampling and Sampling Distributions

 

Recommended prior reading: Social Statistics for a Diverse Society, p. 231-234

 

To complete the following exercise, use the GSS 2010 data file

Please turn in both your SPSS Output and a Word document/PDF in Blackboard.

 

1. Choose an interval-ratio level variable and produce its univariate statistics

with the Descriptives command (Analyze→Descriptive

Statistics→Descriptives).

a. Under Options, select the mean, standard deviation, minimum and

maximum values, and the standard error of the mean (S.E. mean).

2. Select 10%, 25%, 50%, and 75% random samples and run the same

Descriptives command for your chosen variable each time.

a. You may want to check the “SPSS Demonstration” on p. 231-234 to

learn how to get random samples in SPSS.

3. In your Word document, write a paragraph or two comparing the

descriptive statistics for your random samples with that of your full sample.

a. Of particular interest, note how the standard error of the mean

changes for each random sample. What does this indicate? (Hint:

look back at p. 226-227 and think about how the sample size affects

the standard error of the mean)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

SPSS Problem #8 (SPSS8)

Estimation

Recommended prior reading: Social Statistics for a Diverse Society, p. 259-262

 

To complete the following exercise, use the GSS 2010 data file.

Please turn in your Word document/PDF in Blackboard.

 

1. Please complete SPSS Problem #2 on p. 262 of your text. Your “summary

statement” should be a long paragraph or two. Just turn this in as a Word

document or PDF (no need to submit your SPSS Output).

a. For your summary statement try to explain, in statistical terms, what

the 90% confidence interval means for each of these variables. In

other words, how do we interpret these numbers?

b. Also, it shouldn’t be necessary to tell SPSS to select all cases (as

indicated in the text). Just run your Explore procedure as instructed.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

SPSS Problem #9 (SPSS9)

Testing Hypotheses

Recommended prior reading: Social Statistics for a Diverse Society, p. 295-298

To complete the following exercise, use the GSS 2010 data file.

Please turn in both your SPSS Output and a Word document/PDF in Blackboard.

1. Complete SPSS Problem #2 on p. 298 of your text. Please complete the

three statements summarizing your findings in a Word document/PDF.

a. What is a “Step 5-type” statement? Look at “The Five Steps in

Hypothesis Testing” on p. 286. Your statements should involve only

step #5: making a decision and interpreting the results.

b. Each statement should be for differences on the variable GRASS for

each of the three variables: 1) AGE, 2) CHILDS, and 3) EDUC.

 

 

Subject Mathematics
Due By (Pacific Time) 10/27/2015 12:00 pm
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