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1. Compare and contrast the measures of central tendency (Mean, Median, Mode). (15 points) 2. Using the array of numbers shown above, calculate the following for this data. (15 points) a. Mean Score b. Median Score c. Mode
Part C Levels of Measurement 1. Compare and contrast the four (4) basic levels of measurement: nominal, ordinal, interval, and ratio. (12 points) 2. Read the following statements and indicate which level of measurement each illustrates. (15 points) a. What is your political party affiliation? b. The motion picture industry movie classifications are G, PG, PG13, and R. c. The day, month, and year on a calendar. d. Height in feet, inches, or centimeters. e. Please state your satisfaction with this product as very satisfactory, satisfactory, neutral, unsatisfactory, or very unsatisfactory.
Part D Airline pilots must meet minimum height and maximum weight requirements. To determine if a maximum height requirement should be added to the qualifying criteria for a pilot position, Human Resources is analyzing the data (height and weight) for their current pilots. Below is a scatter diagram that relates the height of pilots with their weight. Define the term “scatter diagram” and provide an analysis of the data presented below. If the maximum weight for a pilot is 200 pounds, should a maximum height be adopted as a qualification? Explain. (19 points)