PSY-380 Week 3 Project 1 A study was done to explore the number of chocolate bars consumed by 16-year-old girls in a month’s time

PSY-380-Introduction to Probability and Statistics Project 1

A study was done to explore the number of chocolate bars consumed by 16-year-old girls in a month’s time. The results are shown below.

 Number of Chocolate Bars Consumed 56 46 12 62 39 24 59 51 39 52 28 41 10 64 27 0 34 5 55 32 42 24 14 63 1 63 52 58 52 26

Use the data from the chocolate bar study to answer the following questions. Use SPSS for all calculations. Copy and paste the SPSS output into the word document, highlighting the correct answer. Additionally, type the correct answer into your word document next to the corresponding question.

1. Identify the level of measurement used in this study.
2. Using SPSS, run descriptive statistics on the data:
1. Find the mean, median, and mode of the number of chocolate bars consumed by 16-year-old girls in a month.
2. Find the variance and standard deviation of the number of chocolate bars consumed by 16-year-old girls in a month.
3. Create a frequency distribution table with six intervals/classes.
4. Create a histogram based on the Frequency table in problem 3.

Complete Project 1 as specified in the attached document “Project 1”, located under course tab – then course materials.

Please place your answers directly in the document, using the equation editor if needed to complete the assignment.

Upload either the SPSS output file or copy/paste your output into a word document to submit to the dropbox.

Course: PSY-380 Introduction to Probability and Statistics
School: Grand Canyon University

• 15/12/2019
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