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You will be choosing a dataset of interest to you. First, visit the dataset link

You will be choosing a dataset of interest to you. First, visit the dataset link to view(https://www.hawkeslearning.com/Statistics/dis/datasets.html) the datasets that accompany your textbook and the websites with free data document which contains links for publicly available datasets.(https://kapextmediassl-a.akamaihd.net/genEd/MM305/2203B/MM305_U1_Datasets.pdf) Choose a dataset from the textbook or the PDF, or find a dataset on your own. (https://kapextmediassl-a.akamaihd.net/genEd/MM305/2203B/MM305_U1_DB_Post1.pdf)
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State the name of the dataset, identify the source of the data, and attach the dataset to your post.
Identify a quantitative variable in the dataset that can be used to create a frequency table. (Please do not select the same variable inside of the same dataset as a classmate.)
State whether the variable is discrete or continuous.
Create a frequency distribution table with the following columns:
Class Limits
Frequency
Relative Frequency
Cumulative Relative Frequency
Copy and paste the table directly into your discussion post or attach it as a separate file.
See guidance for organizing your post with starter phrases and a table. You can also view a Discussion Board starter video to assist you with the Unit 1 Discussion Board in the Unit 1 LiveBinder.

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As we work more and more with numbers in the real number system, we slowly disco

As we work more and more with numbers in the real number system, we slowly discover more real numbers, verifying the Density Property of Real Numbers, which clearly states that between any two real numbers consecutive or otherwise, there exists yet another real number. One way to show that this fact is true is as follows: Given two real numbers, like 1/2 and 2/3, let’s find a value halfway between them. Easy enough; right? Simply take the sum of the two values, and divide by two. In your post you will address one of the following:
1.) Provide an example of application of the Density Property of Real Numbers
OR
2.) State another property of numbers along with an example.

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DF #1 Statistics Using the Mean Standard Deviation Probality

DF #1 Statistics Using the Mean Standard Deviation Probality
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SOLVE EACH SYSTEM OF LINEAR EQUATIONS BY GRAPHING OR SUBSTITUTION. WRITE THE SOL

SOLVE EACH SYSTEM OF LINEAR EQUATIONS BY GRAPHING OR SUBSTITUTION. WRITE THE SOLUTION IN THE BOX NEXT TO THE SYSTEM.FIND THAT SOLUTION ON THE COLOR SHEET AND COLOR IT THE GIVEN COLOR.

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Check the two exercises related to Linear Programming at the file ″Exercises on

Check the two exercises related to Linear Programming at the file ″Exercises on Linear Programming Basics″. Analyze each case and graphically solve each problem and answer the questions.
Submit your answers in Excel, attached to the solution of each problem, use one tab per problem.

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Need this completed using SPSS. Important Info

Need this completed using SPSS.
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Hello! I need help making some statistics exercises. I receive the exercises tom

Hello! I need help making some statistics exercises. I receive the exercises tomorrow at 9 am and we have 2 hours to solve them, so deadline 11 am. It is about hypothetical tests such as anova, power, regression analysis,…
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APA Suppose that a 2012 National Health Interview Survey gives the number of adu

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Suppose that a 2012 National Health Interview Survey gives the number of adults in the United States which gives the number of adults in the United States (reported in thousands) classified by their age group, and whether or not respondents have ever been tested for HIV. Here are the data:
Age Group
Tested
Never Tested
18–44 years
50,080
56,405
45–64 years
23,768
48,537
65–74 years
2,694
15,162
75 years and older
1,247
14,663
Total
77,789
134,767
Discuss probability. What is its history? What is the theory of probability? How is it calculated? What are the advantages and disadvantages of using this technique?
Identify and discuss the two major categories of probability interpretations, whose adherents possess conflicting views about the fundamental nature of probability.
Based on this survey, what is the probability that a randomly selected American adult has never been tested? Show your work. Hint: using the data in the two total rows, this would be calculated as p (NT) /( p (NT) + p (T)), where p is probability.
What proportion of 18- to 44-year-old Americans have never been tested for HIV? Hint: using the values in the 18–44 cells, this would be calculated as p (NT) / ( p (NT) + p (T)), where p is probability. Show your work