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## Sociology 2205A/B- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 53 pages long!)

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Two stress points about statistics: without stats, quantitative research is impossible, the role of statistics is limited (statistics become directly r

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Percentages, ratios and rates, tables, charts, and graphs. Proportion (p) = f/n range from 0-1. 0. Percentage (%) = (f/n) x 100 range from 0-100. * f =

View Document## [Sociology 2205A/B] - Final Exam Guide - Ultimate 45 pages long Study Guide!

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Part a: level of education of individuals reported as highest degree earned. Ordinal: employment rates of various canadian cities. Ratio/interval: coun

View Document## [Sociology 2205A/B] - Final Exam Guide - Everything you need to know! (23 pages long)

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Statistics are mathematical tools used to organize, summarize, and manipulate data. Cases are the entities from which data are gathered (e. g. , people

View Document## Sociology 2205A/B Study Guide - Comprehensive Final Exam Guide - Standard Deviation, Graph Of A Function, Statistical Dispersion

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Key ideas: role of statistics, types of measurement: nominal, ordinal, ir variables (categorical versus continuous) What is statistics and their role i

View Document## [Sociology 2205A/B] - Midterm Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam (23 pages long!)

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Statistics are mathematical tools used to organize, summarize, and manipulate data. Cases are the entities from which data are gathered (e. g. , people

View Document## Sociology 2205A/B Study Guide - Final Guide: Scatter Plot, Multivariate Normal Distribution, Chi-Squared Distribution

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=one-tailed test (all of the critical region is placed on the side of the curve in the direction of the prediction, 2 tailed splits the critical region

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## Applied Mathematics 1201A/B Final: Final Learning Objectives + Study Notes

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## Physics 1029A/B Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Mississippi Highway 15, Round-Off Error, Standing Wave

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## Astronomy 2021A/B Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Apparent Retrograde Motion, Nicolaus Copernicus, Astronomical Object

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The possibility of extraterrestrial life was first considered: after the invention of the telescope, only during the past few decades, at the turn of t

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Review questions i for mbp3505f (sept 21, 2017: consider an nmr signal obtained with 2 tesla magnetic field from a phantom containing inorganic. S(t) =

View Document## Sociology 2205A/B Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Interval Ratio, Central Tendency, Dependent And Independent Variables

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Part a: level of education of individuals reported as highest degree earned. Ordinal: employment rates of various canadian cities. Ratio/interval: coun

View Document## Sociology 2205A/B Lecture 1: Midterm 1 Notes

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Commonly used symbols (consider putting on cheat sheet: (summation symbol) = add together all cases following this symbol, = variable name substitutes

View Document## Sociology 2205A/B Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Standard Score, Standard Deviation, Normal Distribution

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Mode, median and mean are all the same value o. In the real world they are slightly different. Distances on horizontal axis always cut off the same are

View Document## Sociology 2205A/B Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Analysis Of Variance

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Step 2 state the null hypothesis: h0: 1 = 2, the null asserts there is no significant difference between the populations, h1: 1 2, the research hypothe

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Statistics: are mathematical tools used to organize, summarize and manipulate data. Data: are scores on variables, or information expressed as numbers

View Document## Sociology 2205A/B Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Statistical Inference, Descriptive Statistics, Univariate

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Statistics are mathematical tools used to organize, summarize, and manipulate data. Cases are the entities from which data are gathered (e. g. , people

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Central tendency = most typical number, average, central, or common score of a variable. Three measures of central tendency: mode the most common score

View Document## Sociology 2205A/B Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Null Hypothesis, Statistical Hypothesis Testing, Descriptive Statistics

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A set of mathematical techniques used in (social) research to organize, manipulate and analyze data. Could be alphabets, symbol and numbers that refer

View Document## Sociology 2205A/B Chapter 5: Chapter 5: Introduction to Inferential Statistics

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The goal of probability sampling is to select cases so that the final sample is representative of the population. We can maximize the chances of a repr

View Document## Sociology 2205A/B Chapter 6: Chapter 6: Estimation Procedures

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Estimators can be selected according to two criteria: bias and efficiency. If an estimator is unbiased, it is probably an accurate estimate of the popu

View Document## Sociology 2205A/B Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Interval Ratio, Mortality Rate, Frequency Distribution

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Percentages and proportions allow for standardizing raw data and making it more understandable and relatable. Percentages are to the base 100 f = frequ

View Document## Sociology 2205A/B Chapter Notes - Chapter 1-4: Univariate, Unimodality, Skewness

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In social research, the purpose of statistics is to organize, manipulate and analyze data so researchers can test their theories and answer their quest

View Document## Sociology 2205A/B Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Normal Distribution, Standard Score, Standard Deviation

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A type of frequency polygon that is unimodal (one single mode/peak) The mean, median and mode are all the exact same value. Distances along the horizon

View Document## Sociology 2205A/B Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Statistical Inference, Quartile, Interquartile Range

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Frequency distributions, graphs, and chart summarize overall shape of distribution of scores in a comprehensive way. Need to show the average or typica

View Document## Sociology 2205A/B Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Continuous Or Discrete Variable, Numerical Digit, Scientific Theory

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Research: is any process by which information by which information is systematically and carefully gathered for the purpose of answering questions, exa

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Week 1: introduction to youth in conflict with the law. Historical introduction, comparison globally, and theories = first half of course. Socializing

View Document## Sociology 2205A/B Chapter Notes - Chapter Chapters 4,5,6: Sampling Probability, Statistical Inference, General Social Survey

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Introduction: normal curve: a theoretical distribution of scores that is symmetrical, unimodal, and bell shaped. Finding total area above and below a s

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## Sociology 2205A/B Study Guide - Final Guide: Scatter Plot, Association Football, Simple Random Sample

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Population: we choose a sample (carefully chosen subset of the population - representative) Epsn: (equal probability of selection method) - ensure repr

View Document## [Sociology 2205A/B] - Midterm Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam (23 pages long!)

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## [Sociology 2205A/B] - Final Exam Guide - Ultimate 45 pages long Study Guide!

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Part a: level of education of individuals reported as highest degree earned. Ordinal: employment rates of various canadian cities. Ratio/interval: coun

View Document## Sociology 2205A/B Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Null Hypothesis, Descriptive Statistics, Interval Ratio

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Statistics a set of mathematical techniques used in (social research to organize, manipulate and analyze data: most suitable numerically represented in

View Document## Sociology 2205A/B Study Guide - Final Guide: Pie Chart, Bar Chart, Interval Ratio

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## [Sociology 2205A/B] - Final Exam Guide - Everything you need to know! (23 pages long)

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## Sociology 2205A/B- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 53 pages long!)

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Two stress points about statistics: without stats, quantitative research is impossible, the role of statistics is limited (statistics become directly r

View Document## Sociology 2205A/B Chapter 5: Chapter 5: Introduction to Inferential Statistics

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The goal of probability sampling is to select cases so that the final sample is representative of the population. We can maximize the chances of a repr

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Estimators can be selected according to two criteria: bias and efficiency. If an estimator is unbiased, it is probably an accurate estimate of the popu

View Document## Sociology 2205A/B Study Guide - Comprehensive Final Exam Guide - Standard Deviation, Graph Of A Function, Statistical Dispersion

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## Sociology 2205A/B Lecture 7: Estimation Procedures: Confidence Intervals

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## Sociology 2205A/B Lecture 9: Comparing Two Populations: 2 Sample T-Tests

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## Sociology 2205A/B Study Guide - Comprehensive Final Exam Guide - Standard Deviation, Graph Of A Function, Statistical Dispersion

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Key ideas: role of statistics, types of measurement: nominal, ordinal, ir variables (categorical versus continuous) What is statistics and their role i

View Document## Sociology 2205A/B Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Skewness, Squared Deviations From The Mean, Standard Deviation

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Least squares: the sum of squared deviations is smallest possible for the mean. The middle number in an ordered list of values. If even n, average of t

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## Sociology 2205A/B Lecture 2: Soc 2205 Week 2

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In our hypotheses or theoretical models, causality flows from independent to dependent. Keep in mind: in observational studies, we observe correlations

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