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Get Full Access to Statistics Through Applications - 2 Edition - Chapter 9 - Problem 9.52
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# Plagiarizing An online poll posed the following question:

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Problem 9.52

Plagiarizing An online poll posed the following question: It is now possible for school students to log on to Internet sites and download homework. Everything from book reports to doctoral dissertations can be downloaded free or for a fee. Do you believe giving a student who is caught plagiarizing an F for their assignment is the right punishment? Of the 20,125 people who responded, 14,793 clicked Yes. Th ats 73.5% of the sample. Based on this sample, a 95% confi dence interval for the percent of the population who would say Yes is 73.5% 6 0.61%. Why is this confi dence interval worthless?

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Information processing model  How do stimuli move through the model  What are the major parts of the model What are their function  Types of long term memory  What are schemas and schema generation Cognitive load theory: total CL = extraneous + intrinsic + germane CL.  What are the types of CLT  What are the CL effects Describe them. The worked example effect occurs when novice learners studying worked solutions to problems perform better on a problem-solving test than learners who have been given the equivalent problems to solve during training. When solving an unfamiliar problem, problem solvers have no choice but to use a random generation followed by

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