# Psy 315 Week 9 Quiz

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Chapter 2: Describing Data: Graphical 2.1 a. Numerical – discrete. The number comes from a counting process. b. Numerical – continuous. Dollar amounts are generally considered continuous, even though we may truncate dollar amounts and treat dollar amounts as if they were the same as discrete. c. Numerical – continuous. Dollar amounts are generally considered continuous, even though we may truncate dollar amounts and treat dollar amounts as if they were the same as discrete. d. Categorical – ordinal. Ordinal data indicates rank ordering of the faculty ranks. a. Categorical data. The measurements levels are qualitative – nominal. Yes/no response b. Categorical data. The measurement levels are qualitative - nominal. c. Numerical data. Dollar…show more content…
2.10 Pareto diagram – possible defects for a product line Pareto Chart of Defect Code_Ex2.10 200 100 80 60 100 40 50 20 0 150 Count 0 Defect Code_Ex2.10 Count Percent Cum % D 90 45.0 45.0 B 70 35.0 80.0 C 15 7.5 87.5 A 10 5.0 92.5 8 4.0 96.5 E Other 7 3.5 100.0 Percent Chapter 2: Describing Data: Graphical 5 2.11 a. Bar chart – employee satisfaction with medical insurance Chart of EmployeeSatFreq_Ex2.11 vs EmployeeSatCategories_Ex2.11 60 50 EmployeeSatFreq_Ex2.11 40 30 20 10 0 Very satisfied Moderately satisfied No opinion Moderately dissatisfied Very dissatisfied EmployeeSatCategories_Ex2.11 b. Pie chart Pie Chart of EmployeeSatFreq_Ex2.11 vs EmployeeSatCategories_Ex2.11 Very dissatisfied 9, 7.6% Very satisfied 29, 24.6% Moderately dissatisfied 20, 16.9% C ategory Very satisfied Moderately satisfied No opinion Moderately dissatisfied Very dissatisfied No opinion 5, 4.2% Moderately satisfied 55, 46.6% 2.12 Component (stacked) bar chart – age and time to complete a task Chart of 1min vs Age/Time 90 80 70 60 Data 50 40 30 20 10 0 1min_Ex2.12 A