Person | Age at last birthday | Weight | Social Class | Political Preference | Sex | Vote |

A | 22YRS | 130 lbs | hi | D | M | no |

B | 24 | 150 | lo | D | F | no |

C | 23 | 130 | hi | R | M | yes |

D | 22 | 110 | med | R | F | no |

E | 26 | 160 | med | R | M | no |

F | 21 | 120 | lo | I | F | yes |

G | 23 | 140 | hi | I | M | yes |

H | 22 | 110 | lo | I | F | yes |

I | 26 | 150 | lo | D | M | yes |

J | 23 | 130 | hi | D | F | no |

**1.** Do a frequency distribution for age at last birthday,
using class intervals with a width of one year.

**2.** Do a frequency polygon for age at last birthday, using
class intervals with a width of one year.

**3.** Compute the mean age, using the grouped data in problem
#1.

**4.** Compute and interpret the standard deviation for age,
using the grouped data in problem #1.

**5.** Compute and interpret chi square for^{ }social
class and political preference. Do not combine categories or collapse
the table in any way.

**6.** Compute the median weight.

**7.** Compute and interpret IQV for social class.

**8.** Compute and interpret phi coefficient for sex and vote.

**9.** Compute and interpret eta for weight and sex**.**

**10**. Compute and interpret the T-test for weight and sex

**11.** Compute and interpret gamma for social class and age.

**12.** Compute and interpret partial gamma for social class
and age with vote held constant.

**13.** Compute and interpret partial tau for age and weight
with social class held constant.

**14.** Compute and interpret test of significance for gamma
for social class and age.

**15.** Compute and interpret test of significance for tau
for age and weight.

**16.** Compute and interpret the Pearson's **r** for age
and weight.

**17.** Compute and interpret the test of significance of **r**
for age and weight.

**18.** Compute and interpret eta for vote and weight.

**19.** Compute and interpret Fisher's F-test for vote and
weight.

**20.** Compute and interpret asymmetrical lambda for political
preference and sex when political preference is the variable you
are predicting.

**21.** Compute and interpret symmetrical lambda for political
preference and sex.

**22.** Identify the level of measurements for the above variables
indicate whether they are discrete or continuous.