# SPSS TESTS (Math Problem Sample)

SPSS TESTS

source..Exercise 10.11

Descriptives

N

Mean

Std. Deviation

Std. Error

95% Confidence Interval for Mean

Minimum

Maximum

Lower Bound

Upper Bound

HIGHEST YEAR OF SCHOOL COMPLETED

PROTESTANT

760

13.41

3.110

.113

13.19

13.63

0

20

CATHOLIC

332

13.02

3.376

.185

12.65

13.38

0

20

JEWISH

21

15.67

3.261

.712

14.18

17.15

9

20

NONE

294

14.29

2.924

.171

13.95

14.62

7

20

OTHER

44

14.68

3.283

.495

13.68

15.68

6

20

Total

1451

13.57

3.185

.084

13.41

13.73

0

20

RS SELF RANKING OF SOCIAL POSITION

PROTESTANT

715

4.79

1.890

.071

4.65

4.93

1

10

CATHOLIC

319

4.87

1.757

.098

4.68

5.07

1

10

JEWISH

17

4.06

1.784

.433

3.14

4.98

1

7

NONE

280

4.72

1.840

.110

4.50

4.93

1

10

OTHER

44

5.00

1.671

.252

4.49

5.51

1

9

Total

1375

4.79

1.842

.050

4.70

4.89

1

10

ANOVA

Sum of Squares

df

Mean Square

F

Sig.

HIGHEST YEAR OF SCHOOL COMPLETED

Between Groups

419.205

4

104.801

10.602

.000

Within Groups

14294.445

1446

9.886

Total

14713.650

1450

RS SELF RANKING OF SOCIAL POSITION

Between Groups

14.595

4

3.649

1.076

.367

Within Groups

4647.332

1370

3.392

Total

4661.927

1374

Interpretation

The results show a significant difference in means for the level of education as marked by the Years of school completed and their perceptions on social ranking for Protestants and Catholics. A significant level of 0.00 lower than the P value of 0.5 confirms adoption of the null hypotheses. However, is no significant difference in means for protestants and Catholics for self ranking of social position. A significant value of 0.367 larger than the P value of 0.5 confirmed rejection of the null hypothesis.

Exercise 11.6: pg. 289

Crosstabs

Case Processing Summary

Cases

Valid

Missing

Total

N

Percent

N

Percent

N

Percent

LOW INCOME--CANT AFFORD MORE CHILDREN * RESPONDENTS SEX

900

61.8%

557

38.2%

1457

100.0%

LOW INCOME--CANT AFFORD MORE CHILDREN * RESPONDENTS SEX Crosstabulation

RESPONDENTS SEX

Total

MALE

FEMALE

LOW INCOME--CANT AFFORD MORE CHILDREN

YES

Count

179

226

405

% within RESPONDENTS SEX

44.5%

45.4%

45.0%

NO

Count

223

272

495

% within RESPONDENTS SEX

55.5%

54.6%

55.0%

Total

Count

402

498

900

% within RESPONDENTS SEX

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

Chi-Square Tests

Value

df

Asymptotic Significance (2-sided)

Exact Sig. (2-sided)

Exact Sig. (1-sided)

Pearson Chi-Square

.066a

1

.798

Continuity Correctionb

.036

1

.850

Likelihood Ratio

.066

1

.798

Fisher's Exact Test

.840

.425

Linear-by-Linear Association

.065

1

.798

N of Valid Cases

900

a. 0 cells (0.0%) have expected count less than 5. The minimum expected count is 180.90.

b. Computed only for a 2x2 table

Exercise 12.13

Crosstabs

Case Processing Summary

Cases

Valid

Missing

Total

N

Percent

N

Percent

N

Percent

AFRAID TO WALK AT NIGHT IN NEIGHBORHOOD * RESPONDENTS SEX

940

64.5%

517

35.5%

1457

100.0%

FAVOR OR OPPOSE DEATH PENALTY FOR MURDER * RESPONDENTS SEX

1338

91.8%

119

8.2%

1457

100.0%

JOB OR HOUSEWORK * RESPONDENTS SEX

1060

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