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Research results suggest that IQ scores for boys are more variable than IQ scores for s girls (Arden & Plomin, 2006). A typical study looking at 10-year-old children classifies participants by gender and by low, average, or high IQ. Following are hypothetical data representing the research results. Do the data indicate a significant difference between the frequency distributions for males and females? Test at the 05 level of significance and describe the difference.

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Frederick J Gravetter + 1 other
Publisher: Cengage Learning
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Research results suggest that IQ scores for boys are more variable than IQ scores for s girls (Arden & Plomin, 2006). A typical study looking at 10-year-old children classifies participants by gender and by low, average, or high IQ. Following are hypothetical data representing the research results. Do the data indicate a significant difference between the frequency distributions for males and females? Test at the 05 level of significance and describe the difference.

Chapter 15, Problem 17P, Research results suggest that IQ scores for boys are more variable than IQ scores for s girls (Arden

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