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These large differences in the percentages indicates that gender and political affiliation are related in the sample. S. voters? This question requires a hypothesis test to answer. The particular hypothesis test you need in this situation is a Chi-square test, which I discuss in detail in Chapter 14. To make a two-way table from a data set by using Minitab, first enter the data in two columns, where column one is the row variable (continuing with the previous example, this variable would be gender) and column two is the column variable (in this case, political affiliation).
You can also find a statistic called the sample proportion (the proportion of individuals in the sample that have a certain characteristic — for example, the percentage of female teens who use cell phones). Many different statistics are available (which you probably picked up in intro stats) to study different characteristics of a sample, such as the median, variance, and standard deviation. Confidence interval A confidence interval is a range of values that provides reasonable estimates for a population parameter.
The variables that Bill found to be related to exam score were study time, math grades in high school, GPA, and whether the person chews gum during the exam. It turns out that his new model fits pretty well (by criteria I discuss in Chapter 5 on multiple linear regression models). Bill now thinks he’s scored a home run and has answered that all-elusive question: How can I do better on my statistics test? ” By looking at all possible correlations between his 20 variables and exam score, Bill is actually doing 20 separate statistical analyses.