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Full answer: The National Survey of Adolescent Health interviewed several thousand teens

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Problem 6.18

The National Survey of Adolescent Health interviewed several thousand teens (grades 7 to 12). One question asked was What do you think are the chances you will be married in the next ten years?Here is a two-way table of the responses by sex:8 Female Male Almost no chance 119 103 Some chance, but probably not 150 171 A 50-50 chance 447 512 A good chance 735 710 Almost certain 1174 756 Exercises 6.9 to 6.17 are based on this table. 7 A bar graph showing the conditional distribution of chance of marriage given that the respondent was female would have (a) 2 bars. (b) 5 bars. (c) 10 bars.

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Statistics 201 9/06/16  Dispersion­ spread ­Info about location (avg or median)  Range­ difference between max and min ­Range=max­min  Positive/right skew ­ mean is pulled to the right, and is larger than the median  Negative/left skew ­mean is pulled to the left, and is smaller than...

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