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Class 4 – PSCI2702A – January 29, 2014.docx

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Department
Political Science
Course Code
PSCI 2702
Professor
Andrea Wagner

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Class 4PSCI2702AJanuary 29 2014Sample and population from which we have selected the representative sample Exercise 1Income of Americans indicative of exciting lifestyle Is their income much different from populationSome exciting some routine some dulletc Hypothesis is that those who say their life is good may make more money on average than anyone else in the other categories Looking at the median knowing that America has a positively skewed distributionCalculate their average income and compare it to the average income of AmericansResearch hypothesis is that more moneymore means to be happyexciting lifestyleoNull hypothesis is the opposite of this no difference between amount of money madeDataSelected Casesif condition is satisfiedifis life exciting or dullset life to equal 1 so that every other value is temporarily thrown out of data subsetoThis is a sticky condition so after deselect conditions
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