res351 week 3 team assignment
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Running head DESCRIPTIVE STATISTICS G3 Descriptive Statistics G3 RES35 1 3122012 DESCRIPTIVE STATISTICS G3 2 TABLE OF CONTENTS 1 Research Problem 3 Purpose of Study 3 DESCRIPTIVE STATISTICS G3 3 Research Problem Kim Kardashian and Britney Spears are two unsavory celebrities who believe they are the most popular in the high profile nightlife and party scene Purpose of Research The purpose of this research is to inform each other Kim Kardashian and Britney Spears who is the supreme party invite Research Question Which unsavory diva is the most popular in the party scene Null and Alternative Hypothesis HO Kim Kardashian and Britney Spears have no difference in the amount of party invites H1 Kim Kardashian and Britney Spears have very visible differences in party invites Variable Definitions A 10 week experiment between Kim Kardashian and Britney Spears recorded the invitation and attendance to parties The facts are based off of actual physical presence at any party they were invited to These facts are real and can be veri ed so therefore the researched facts will be quantitative II REVIEW OF RELATED LITERATURE DESCRIPTIVE STATISTICS G3 4 Background These two celebrities have become icons based on their bodies of work Britney Spears was part of the Mickey Mouse club when younger which led to a lucrative career During the course of her rise to fame she crashed and began to act reckless This reckless behavior gain the attention of the paparazzi and became an overnight sensation She had spent many years repairing her damaged image One of the ways to regain her image and power standing in the glamour life was to attend more parties suggested by her manager The more parties Britney attended the more eXposure she gained for her clothing and accessory s products Kim Kardashian got her rise to stardom by her accidental release of an inappropriate movie dating of high profile athletes like Reggie Bush and Chris Humphries and plus her step father being Bruce Jenner Her looks videos boyfriends lifestyle and Olympic step father Bruce Jenner created the opportunity for her own reality television show In the result of creating a reality show Kim K has to keep up appearances and product lines like Britney Thes two celebrities are in dispute and contest in seeing who attends the most parties both ladies believe they are the winner Being unable to show concrete proof of who is more popular they have wagered a week contest to see which lady is top partier DESCRIPTIVE STATISTICS G3 III METHODOLOGY Data Collection Raw Data 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 H DESCRIPTIVE STATISTICS G3 Descriptive Statistics count 10 10 mean 1050 520 sample standard deviation 268 266 sample variance 717 707 minimum 8 1 maximum 16 10 range 8 9 standard error of the mean 085 084 con dence interval 95 lower 858 330 con dence interval 95 upper 1242 710 halfwidth 192 190 skewness 124 018 kurtosis 061 009 coefficient of variation CV 2550 5112 1st quartile 900 400 median 950 550 3rd quartile 1150 600 interquartile range 250 200 Mode 900 600 low extremes 0 0 low outliers 0 1 high outliers 1 0 high extremes 0 0 pvalue 0578 5271 chisquaredf1 3600 0400 DESCRIPTIVE STATISTICS G3 E 2500 2500 O067 O000 O067 Oinf Jr kUlN NWUJN 1800 Runs Plat 1600 1400 1200 1000 Britaney 800 000 400 200 000 I DESCRIPTIVE STATISTICS G3 Kim 1200 1000 800 000 400 200 000 Runs IPIUt Tiiime DESCRIPTIVE STATISTICS G3 9
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