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Think about a book, television show, or movie that you have seen or read involving detectives or investigators. Was their reasoning inductive or deductive? Justify your answer.

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Essential Statistics for Public Managers and Policy Analysts / Edition 3 by Evan M Berman, Xiaohu Wang 1-Use the public perception dataset. Is the relationship between watching Orange TV (watch), the county’s cable television station, and trusting the government to do what is right most of the time (trust) statistically significant? Do you consider this a causal relationship or an association? Does the analysis satisfy the assumptions of the Chi-square test? If not, how might you address this problem? 2-Use the public perception dataset. Examine the relationship between residents who trust the county government to do what is right most of the time (trust) and their belief that county government works efficiently (works). What is the practical significant of this relationship? 3-Use the public perception dataset. In Chapter 10 of this workbook, you used Chi-square to examine the relationship between residents who trust the county government to do what is right most of the time (trust) and their belief that county government works efficiently (works). Reexamine this relationship using measures of gamma, Somer’s d, Kendall’s tau-c. What do you conclude? 4-Table W 12.1 is the printout of a t-test (independent samples). The continuous variable is an index variable of environmental concern. The dichotomous variable is a measure of education (college versus no college). Interpret and write up the results. What other information would you like to have about this relationship? 5-Table W 12.2 is the printout of a period-samples t-test. The data are before-and-after measurements of a public safety program. Interpret and write up the results. What other information would you like to have about this relationship? 6-Use the Public Perception dataset. An analyst wants to know whether incomes vary by age group. Treat the income variable as a continuous variable, and treat the age variable as an ordinal variable. Calculate the means for each of these groups, and then use ANOVA to determine whether any of these differences are statistically significant. For which group is the relationship linear?

## Essential Statistics for Public Managers and Policy Analysts / Edition 3 by Evan M Berman, Xiaohu Wang 1-Use the public perception dataset. Is the relationship between watching Orange TV (watch), the county’s cable television station, and trusting the government to do what is right most of the time (trust) statistically significant? Do you consider this a causal relationship or an association? Does the analysis satisfy the assumptions of the Chi-square test? If not, how might you address this problem? 2-Use the public perception dataset. Examine the relationship between residents who trust the county government to do what is right most of the time (trust) and their belief that county government works efficiently (works). What is the practical significant of this relationship? 3-Use the public perception dataset. In Chapter 10 of this workbook, you used Chi-square to examine the relationship between residents who trust the county government to do what is right most of the time (trust) and their belief that county government works efficiently (works). Reexamine this relationship using measures of gamma, Somer’s d, Kendall’s tau-c. What do you conclude? 4-Table W 12.1 is the printout of a t-test (independent samples). The continuous variable is an index variable of environmental concern. The dichotomous variable is a measure of education (college versus no college). Interpret and write up the results. What other information would you like to have about this relationship? 5-Table W 12.2 is the printout of a period-samples t-test. The data are before-and-after measurements of a public safety program. Interpret and write up the results. What other information would you like to have about this relationship? 6-Use the Public Perception dataset. An analyst wants to know whether incomes vary by age group. Treat the income variable as a continuous variable, and treat the age variable as an ordinal variable. Calculate the means for each of these groups, and then use ANOVA to determine whether any of these differences are statistically significant. For which group is the relationship linear?

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Think about a book, television show, or movie that you have seen or read involving detectives or investigators. Was their reasoning inductive or deductive? Justify your answer.

## Think about a book, television show, or movie that you have seen or read involving detectives or investigators. Was their reasoning inductive or deductive? Justify your answer.

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