Statistics for Social Sciences

Part I
A statistic of the New York subway stops presents differences in the medium household income for the different areas that the subway passes. Focusing on Park place and E180 St., presents a similar difference in the household income. The median household income in Park place is 205,192 dollars as compared to E 180 St., which has a medium household income of 13, 750 dollars. It is, therefore, apparent that the people in Park place have a higher household income as compared to people in E180 Street. The St. Columbus circle appears as an outlier with the highest medium household income. Additionally, it serves as the highest stop that the train makes through the D-line.
Part II

Participant’s Section
The study sought to determine the rate of divorce among women with the variable of concern being their education levels. Twenty-five women all of varying levels of education were considered for the study to provide the analysis of the frequency table. They were then categorized based on those who did not graduate from high school, those who finished high school, those with a bachelor’s degree, and those with a post-graduate degree. The rating was then done based on the total number of students as the total percentage of the women and the rate of divorce.
Part III

The construction of the graph was based under with the variable of the schools and the number of years that the students completed their education. The frequencies of central tendency, dispersion and distribution present frequencies of that are used in the analysis of the data for the schools. Eight schools have an average of eight years of completion time with two schools at 2 years and slightly below 2 years completion time. The remaining six schools have an average of between 6 years to four years of completion time. The remaining 2 schools, school 2, and school 8 have scored above eight.

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