A2.1: Chapter 4, Problem 4.1, Descriptive Statistics for the Ordinal and Scale Variables. Write a short narrative of your process, and an interpretation of your findings. Cut and paste the Descriptive Statistics tables directly into your document and refer to them in your interpretation.

A2.2: Chapter 4, Problem 4.2, Boxplots for One Variable and for Multiple Variables. Write a short narrative of your process, and an interpretation of your findings. Cut and paste the Case Processing Summaries and Boxplots directly into your document and refer to them in your interpretation.

A2.3: Chapter 4, Problem 4.3, Boxplots and Stem‐and‐Leaf Plots Split by a Dichotomous Variable. Write a short narrative of your process, and an interpretation of your findings. Cut and paste the Case Processing Summary, Descriptive Statistics Table, and Boxplot directly into your document and refer to them in your interpretation.

A2.4: Chapter 4, Problem 4.4, Descriptive Statistics for the Dichotomous Variables. Write a short narrative of your process, and an interpretation of your findings. Cut and paste the Descriptive Statistics table directly into your document and refer to it in your interpretation.

A2.5: Chapter 4, Problem 4.5, Frequency Tables for a Few Variables. Write a short narrative of your process, and an interpretation of your findings. Cut and paste the Descriptive Statistics table and the Frequency Tables directly into your document and refer to them in your interpretation.

A2.6, Application Problem, Preparing Descriptive Statistics II. Using the “college student data.sav” file, do the following problems. Write a short narrative of your process and an interpretation of your findings. Cut and paste your outputs directly into your document and refer to them in your interpretation.

a. For the variables with five or more ordered levels, compute the skewness and describe the results.

b. Which variables in the data set are approximately normally distributed/scale?

c. Which ones are ordered but not normal?

d. Prepare a stem‐and leaf plot for the same sex parent’s height split by gender and discuss the plots.

e. Which of the variables are nominal? Run the frequencies for the nominal variables and other variables with fewer than five levels and discuss the results.

f. Prepare boxplots for student height and for hours of study. Discuss a comparison of the two plots.

NOTE PLEASE NEED IBM SPSS SOFTWARE FOR THE ASSIGNMENTS. THANKS