## Project

For each week’s Project, you will answer statistical questions and solve statistical problems using the STATDISK software. Remember that the primary focus of these exercises is to understand how to properly solve statistical computations using the STATDISK software. It is also important to focus on the approach you took to arrive at a solution. Grading weight will be placed not only on correctness, but also on the depth and clarity of your answers. In the Week 1 Project you will learn how to open a file, copy, paste, and sort data, input and transform data. Assume all data files that you work with are samples unless otherwise stated.

Note:You will NOT receive full credit for a problem submitted without an explanation. See the Course Information area for the grading evaluation criteria for Projects.

- Read pages 3-7 in the Statdisk User Manual.
- Perform Statdisk computations and answer questions in the Week 1 Project document

##### How to Format your Assignment

You will be using the original Week 1 Project as it appears in Attachments as a template for your answers.

- Open the Week 1 Project found in Attachments below. The Project will open in Microsoft Word and allow for you to cut, paste, and insert text.
- Insert your solution to each problem directly below the question.
**Color your answers red.** - Be sure to cut and paste ALL tables, charts, and information generated by using the STATDISK statistical program and explain what each chart represents.

Before you submit your finished Project, make sure that each question includes the original problem, your solution to the problem, and your explanation of how you arrived at such a solution in red.

## ProjecFor each week’s Project, you will answer statistical questions and solve statistical problems using the STATDISK software. Remember that the primary focus of these exercises is to understand how to properly solve statistical computations using the STATDISK software. It is also important to focus on the approach you took to arrive at a solution. Grading weight will be placed not only on correctness, but also on the depth and clarity of your answers. In the Week 1 Project you will learn how to open a file, copy, paste, and sort data, input and transform data. Assume all data files that you work with are samples unless otherwise stated.

Note:You will NOT receive full credit for a problem submitted without an explanation. See the Course Information area for the grading evaluation criteria for Projects.tt

****Project will be checked for authenticity *

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