Write at least 2 quality sentences explaining which Data Set you used, what your starting number was, your nth value, and how you did it, so that any other person would be able to obtain the same results.

Systematic Sample of chosen Data Set
Part 2: Frequency Distribution
Part 3: Descriptive Statistics
Part 5: 90% Confidence Interval for the Population Mean
Part 6: Hypothesis Test for the Population Mean
submit the completed PowerPoint with the above information and what you learned about your sample.

Slide 1: Title Page
Full Data Set Title, Your Name
You may change formatting and design but not the order of this template.
Remove Directions from each slide. This should look like a presentation about a research project.
When you save your file change the name from Template to your Name.
Slide 2: Abstract
Write a quality paragraph in which you tell about your Sample and the results. Think Book Review with Spoilers.
Slide 3: Your Sample Set
From Project Part 1: Choose 1 Data Set from Data Sets for Discussions and the Semester Project page and create a Systematic Sample with 35 values. Example and details are with the Data Sets.
Write at least 2 quality sentences explaining which Data Set you used, what your starting number was, your nth value, and how you did it, so that any other person would be able to obtain the same results.
List your 35 values in the order they were collected, not the full data set.


Slide 4: Frequency Distribution
From Project Part 2: Using the 35 values you created for Project Part 1, you will create a Frequency Distribution of 10 classes.
Calculate your class-width using your max−min10 , if you get a decimal go up to the next whole number.
Find your Lower Bounds, and enter into the Table.
Find your Upper Bounds, and enter into the Table.
Enter the Frequency for each class.
Find the Relative Frequency and round all decimals to 4 places as needed, no fractions.
Write at least 2 quality sentences explaining:
In your own words explain what you did to fill in each column of the table.
What does the table reveal about your data that you didn’t know before organizing it into a table?
Slide 5: Measures of Center
Slide 6: 5 Number Summary & IQR
Slide 7: Standard Deviation
Slide 8: 90% Confidence Interval for the Population Mean
Slide 9: Hypothesis Test
Slide 10: Conclusions

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