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Stats Project (2) Got Geek?

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A year-end project by Valerie and Itzel. They studied the geekiness of male and female students. A very creative project.

A year-end project by Valerie and Itzel. They studied the geekiness of male and female students. A very creative project.

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  • 1. Got Geek?
    By: ITZEL ZEPEDA & VALERIE LEPE
  • 2. Are males more prone to geekiness than females are?
  • 3.
  • 4. Lists
  • 5. Type of Test
    Two-Sample t-test for mean.
  • 6. Check Appropriate Conditions
    Conditions checked:
    Independent
    Random
    Normal
  • 7. Sampling Procedures
    Going to 4th period classes.
    Dolter
    Elliott
    Fieri
    Asking students to take a 5 Pokémon recognition survey.
  • 8. Females
  • 9. Males
  • 10. Test Statistics
  • 11. Conclusion (In context)
    p < α at a 0.05 level
    Reject H0
    We can conclude that guys can recognize more Pokémon than girls.
    Guys be geeks.
  • 12. Potential Errors
  • 13. Recommendations

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