For each type of data shown write the appropriate measure of the middle and, if any, the appropriate measure of the spread of the data. For each data type, determine the appropriate value for the middle. Think of this problem this way: imagine a friend has brought the following three sets of data to you and asks you to determine the most appropriate measure of the middle and spread.
Data set one: Seasons: winter, fall, spring, summer, breadfruit (nanrek), scarcity (nanisol), tradewind (nanpar), cold (puhlan pacl ohu), dry (tuhka), hot (puhlan pack fol)
Data set two: Sakau market ratings (cups until sakaula):
Pwopwida: | Song mahs: | Stroke:
6-11: | No choice:
Data set three: Prices of ramen in dollar: 0.25, 0.35, 0.55, 1.00
|Data set||Level of measurement||Appropriate function to measure middle||Value of the middle measure||Appropriate function to measure spread||Value of the spread measure|
The data at the left is the total enrollment at COM-FSM national campus from Fall 1998 to Spring 2006. Use the enrollment data for the following questions.
[Unmarked statistical survey question] What are the seasons of your culture - give the season and meaning, if any. Use the back if necessary.