Let S = {1, 2, . . . , n} and suppose that A and B are,independently, equally likely to be any of the 2nsubsets (including the null set and S itself) of S.(a) Show that Hint: Let N(B) denote the number of elementsin B. Use

Inclass assignment two Date: 10/22 Name: yang Please interpret the SPSS output for the following moderation model. Employee Job satisfaction empowerment (emppow) (jobsat) Power distance (powerdis) Run MATRIX procedure: ***************** PROCESS Procedure for SPSS Release 2.10 **************** Written by Andrew F. Hayes, Ph.D. www.afhayes.com Documentation available in Hayes (2013). www.guilford.com/p/hayes3 ************************************************************************** Model = 1 Y = jobsat X = emppow M = powerdis Sample size 129 **************