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Which measure of central tendency includes data from every score? User:
Which measure of central tendency includes data from every score?
The mean
The standard deviation
The mode
The median

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The measure of central tendency that includes data from every score is the mean.
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Asked 328 days ago|10/6/2013 10:18:09 AM

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The mean of the distribution of sample means will have the same value as the mean of the distribution of individual scores upon which it is based. (Points : 1)
True
False

Weegy: The mean of the distribution of sample means will have the same value as the mean of the distribution of individual scores upon which it is based.
Answer is- true
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According to the central limit theorem, a population which is skewed to begin with will still be skewed when it is re-formed as a distribution of sample means. (Points : 1)
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False Weegy: According to the central limit theorem, a population ... (More)

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Asked 321 days ago|10/13/2013 2:47:43 AM

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The z- test requires an estimate of the population standard deviation. (Points : 1)
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Updated 321 days ago|10/13/2013 11:11:25 AM

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The z- test requires an estimate of the population standard deviation.

It is True.

It is True.

Added 321 days ago|10/13/2013 3:23:54 AM

Sorry, that link is not the correct link for that answer. The correct lin is this-

Added 321 days ago|10/13/2013 3:25:58 AM

O kabira, please be careful when posting links. Also, comments should be posted under the Comment section.

Added 321 days ago|10/13/2013 10:30:12 AM

I am sorry for the mistake I made. And I will try my best- not to repeat them again.

Added 321 days ago|10/13/2013 11:11:25 AM

Type I errors may occur with ______ results and type II errors with ______ results.
statistically significant, statistically significant
statistically significant, statistically non-significant
statistically non-significant, statistically significant
statistically non-significant, statistically non-significant

Weegy: Type I errors may occur with statistically significant results and type II errors with statistically non-significant results. [
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Asked 321 days ago|10/13/2013 3:31:31 AM

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