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Truancy A group of researchers analyzed three observational studies that followed

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Truancy A group of researchers analyzed three observational studies that followed childrens attendance and mental health, among other things. They found that students who missed more school tended to have more incidences of depression. One study followed 20,745 secondary students in a random sample of all secondary schools in the United States. Another tracked 2,311 first graders at 18 Baltimore schools who were participating in an intervention program. The third study followed 671 students from first or fifth grade to their senior year in high risk areas of Eugene, OR, who had been randomly assigned to an intervention or to no intervention.

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STAT 110: Notes for Week of 9/13/16  Chapter 10 o In order to describe data, you must figure out if it is quantitative or categorical. o Quantitative Variable: a variable that measures something already in numerical form, ex. inches of a piece of paper, weight of a person, IQ, etc. o Categorical Variable: measures something that needs to be put into categories and/or given numerical value, ex. favorite color, ethnicity, current feelings, etc. o Distribution of a variable: tells what values of a variable occur and how often they occur, ex. 20 people like the color blue, 0 people like the color orange, etc.  Distributions can be described through tables, graphs, or num

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Textbook: Stats Modeling the World
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Author: David E. Bock, Paul F. Velleman, Richard D. De Veaux
ISBN: 9780321854018

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