1. Heights of American Men. The heights of American adult men are normally distributed with a mean of 69.7 inches and a standard deviation of 2.7 inches. (Use Table 6.3 on page 390 of your e-text to find the Percentile based on the z-score that you calculate.)
a. What are the standard score and pe...

Descriptive Statistics and Weighted Averages
By hand or using Excel, find the mean, median, mode, 25th percentile, 75th percentile, maximum, minimum, and range. (Estimate the percentiles when working problems by hand.)
1. Professor Ivy has the following scores on her final exams:
97 88 66...

Please run the SEM model described in the figure below using the enclosed dataset (npcdata.sav). This time, model it and run it in PLS. To do so, the first step will be to convert the SAV file (SPSS) into a text file. If the version of SmartPLS you have supports up to 100 cases, then pick the first ...

For this one, please identify 2 variables related to business leadership then find at least 3 scholarly articles that used each of the two variables and fill out the attached table with the information requested.
Make sure the articles you select use some type of regression or path analysis or S...

Run the SEM model described in the figure below using the enclosed dataset (npcdata.sav).
In 1999, NPC Research Inc. conducted a school survey of over 2,000 students in Oregon. The survey included
questions about drug and alcohol use, and also questions about the student's perceptions of his or ...

Please reflect on business leadership theory and find (using Web of Science or ProQuest for example) three papers (ideally from top-ranked journals) that used SEM.
1) What are the measured constructs?
2) Why did the authors need to use SEM?
3) Comment on the validity of these constructs using t...

1. Describe how you may use CFA and SEM in business leadership research, and why you may choose to do so.
2. Write your thoughts on the future of transformational leadership.
3. Why is it important to select appropriate research tools for research? Please relate your answer to business leadership....

Pick a single construct in business leadership as the dependent variable.
Identify three scholarly articles (in business leadership - preferably Asian or Japanese leadership) where this specific dependent variable has been used in any form (i.e., as an independent variable, as moderator, or media...

The SPSS file contains the subscale scores for the Weschler Intelligence Scale for Children. The first two columns are subject code and age. The rest include scores on different areas of the exam.
Run exploratory factor analysis (principal components, no rotation) on the data. How many meaningful...

Review of: Zhang, X., & Bartol, K. M. (2010). Linking Empowering Leadership and Employee Creativity: The Influence of Psychological Empowerment, Intrinsic Motivation, and Creative Process Engagement. Academy of Management Journal, 53(1), 107-128
1) Provide an outline of the paper. List all sectio...

Scaling and Exploratory Factor Analysis
Select 3 scholarly papers on leadership that used multi-item constructs and exploratory factor analysis.
Please cite those three papers in the following questions below:
Address the following points in a synthesized set of paragraphs.
What are the m...

Section-I
State whether the following statements are True or False.
1. Mean of the values 5, 4, 0, 3 is 3.
2. Half of the observations in a data set are greater than the median.
3. The total number of phone calls in a day, is the example of continuous data.
4. One or more outliers do...

2. A jail has an inmate population with a mean number of prior arrests of 6 and a standard deviation of 2. Arrests are distributed normally.
a) What is the z-score of inmates with 1, 3, 6, and 7 prior arrests?
b) Would a new inmate with nine prior arrests be in the upper 5% of the arrest distribu...

Primary Task: Write a brief paper in APA format of 400-600 words that respond to the following questions with your thoughts, ideas, and comments. Be substantive and clear, and use examples to reinforce your ideas.
You are going to look at how wealth might change one's life. Use Crosstabs in SPSS ...

Emily Smith decides to buy a fuel-efficient used car. Here are several vehicles she is considering, with the estimated cost to purchase and the age of the vehicle.
Vehicle Est. Cost Age
Honda insight $5,555 8
toyota prius ...

1. Average adult Americans are about one inch taller, but nearly a whopping 25 pounds heavier than they were in 1960, according to a new report from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). The bad news, says CDC is that average BMI (body mass index, a weight-for-height formula used to ...

Hi, Please I want help to answer these questions. Thanks.
1) The students of Hugh Logan's math class took the Scholastic Aptitude Test. Their math scores are shown below. Find the mean score.
552 593 358 352 537
349 357 596 470 482
2) The salaries of ten randomly selected physicians are ...

Scenario: Using the same situation from SLP 3, recall that you are deciding between three investments. You have heard of an Expert who has a "track record" of high confidence in correctly identifying when market conditions are favorable or not. You are now considering whether to consult this "expert...

Scenario: Your boss has asked you to analyze the ages of your customers to get a better idea of what might motivate their buying habits. Outside research has shown that different age groups buy products for different reasons. And that different age groups buy different kinds of products. Your boss d...

Excel Grade Book Project
Understanding how weighted averages work will be a very important topic for you in this course, since your grades are determined in this way. In this project, you will create an Excel spreadsheet that can calculate a math 123 student's final grade for the course. You wi...

This is the second part of the last work you did help me with,Turning Research Questions into Hypotheses "The higher body height the more frequent heart disease".
a. Restate your Research Question and Hypotheses: In Unit 4 you began to study the use of hypothesis testing to answer research questi...

a. Develop a Research Question: In your area of interest, think about a research question that could be answered using a hypothesis test. Write down this research question and explain what your research is trying to investigate.
b. State the Hypotheses: Using your research question, create the nu...

Must show all work leading to answers- Can you please show all detailed work leading to the answer?
MAT 142 Problem set
Unit: Statistics
Topic: Organizing and Visualizing Data
Directions: Solve the following problems. Please show your work, and explain your reasoning.
Consider the set of ...

PROJECT 3 INSTRUCTIONS
Based on Larson & Farber: sections 5.2-5.3
Go to this website. First, set the date range to be for exactly 1 year ending with the Monday that this course started. For example, if the current term started on 04/01/2014, then use 04/01/2013 - 03/31/2014. Your dates will g...

Question 4 A rendering plant wishes to use the data (sales records from a few local businesses and the month of the year) to help determine their supply level for the coming months. The records shown in the table provide an excellent opportunity for you to assist them with their forecasting. Which...

See the attached file.
1. A professor wants to test if the number of sunny days in the week before an exam has an influence on student grades .A sample of 20 is taken and the following regression equation is obtained.
Y = 80 - .5X S b1 = .1
a) Test at a=.05
b) Interpret R2
2. G...

Using the attached excel file, identify and discuss what makes a Crusty Pizza Company restaurant successful and conversely unsuccessful. Use the data for the 60 stores in worksheet "Case 1 and 2 data".
Use graphical and tabular descriptive statistics. Plan the analysis by using a combination of sum...

1. Identify three uses for a frequency distribution. Please provide realistic health related examples.
2. Briefly identify the differences between a normal, positive and negative skew. How does this skew or distribution curve relate to standard error? What does the standard error mean for the res...

Your manager is asking for the average viscosity of a product that you produce in a batch process. Recorded below are the 12 most recent values, taken from consecutive batches. State any assumptions, and clearly show the calculations that are required to estimate a 95% confidence interval for the me...