**Transcribed Image Text: **Use the SPSS Frequencies command to produce a frequency table for the variable CONFED (confidence in the executive branch of federal government). a. What is the number of valid respondents? b. Based on the valid number of respondents, what percentage of the sample reported a great deal of confidence in the executive branch of federal government? What proportion of the valid sample reported hardly any confidence?
Fill in the empty cells in the following table: Please round percentages to whole numbers and proportions to the hundredth place (to two decimal places). Income level f р % <34,999 49 % 35,000 - 99,999 .20 % > 100,000 7 .10 %
Fill in the empty cells in the following table: Please round percentages to whole numbers and proportions to the hundredth place (to two decimal places). * Please read the note in red Social Capital cf р de Low 1881 % 234 Medium % High 298 % The proportion (p) column should equal approximately 1.0 and the percentage (%) column should equal approximately 100%. This table has a small rounding error so if you get .99..994 or.995 for your proportion and 99%, 99.4% or 99.5%, don't worry. I expanded the possible answers based on the rounding error.
Fill in the empty cells in the following table: Please round percentages to whole numbers and proportions to the hundredth place (to two decimal places). cf р % Number of Marriages 0 165 % 1 1 60 % 2+ 250 15%
A sociologist surveyed 16 single senior citizens living in private apartments. Each participant completed a questionnaire on the number of telephone conversations he or she had had in the last day. Their answers were as follows: 5,0, 2, 1, 1,9,0,1,0,3, 1, 1, 4, 3, 4, 7. Construct a frequency table by completing the table. Number of Telephone Conversations in the last day F 3 5 2 1 3 N 2 1 7 1 1 Total 16

**More** **Transcribed Image Text: **Use the SPSS Frequencies command to produce a frequency table for the variable CONFED (confidence in the executive branch of federal government). a. What is the number of valid respondents? b. Based on the valid number of respondents, what percentage of the sample reported a great deal of confidence in the executive branch of federal government? What proportion of the valid sample reported hardly any confidence?
Fill in the empty cells in the following table: Please round percentages to whole numbers and proportions to the hundredth place (to two decimal places). Income level f р % <34,999 49 % 35,000 - 99,999 .20 % > 100,000 7 .10 %
Fill in the empty cells in the following table: Please round percentages to whole numbers and proportions to the hundredth place (to two decimal places). * Please read the note in red Social Capital cf р de Low 1881 % 234 Medium % High 298 % The proportion (p) column should equal approximately 1.0 and the percentage (%) column should equal approximately 100%. This table has a small rounding error so if you get .99..994 or.995 for your proportion and 99%, 99.4% or 99.5%, don't worry. I expanded the possible answers based on the rounding error.
Fill in the empty cells in the following table: Please round percentages to whole numbers and proportions to the hundredth place (to two decimal places). cf р % Number of Marriages 0 165 % 1 1 60 % 2+ 250 15%
A sociologist surveyed 16 single senior citizens living in private apartments. Each participant completed a questionnaire on the number of telephone conversations he or she had had in the last day. Their answers were as follows: 5,0, 2, 1, 1,9,0,1,0,3, 1, 1, 4, 3, 4, 7. Construct a frequency table by completing the table. Number of Telephone Conversations in the last day F 3 5 2 1 3 N 2 1 7 1 1 Total 16