Lab 4 Q. 1 The missing answers for the variable number of children are 5. Q. 2 The number of valid answers for the variable marital status is 1499. Q. 3 The number of valid answers for the variable labor force status is 1500.

Q. 4 The number of divorced people is 213. Q. 5 The total percentage of people in this sample who said marijuana use should be made legal is 14. 1 %. Q.

6 The valid percentage of people in this sample who said marijuana use should be made legal is 22. 7%. Q. 7 The percentage of people working full time is 49. 8%. Q.

8 The percentage of people working either part-time or full-time is 60. 5%. Q. 9 39% of the population of this sample have 2 children. Q. 10 The percentage of people who have more than 3 children is 14.

4%Q. 11 The percentage of people who are 45 years old or younger is equal to 55. 5%. Q. 12 The percentage of people who are between 40 and 44 old, including both values, is 8.

5%. Q. 13 The number of people who are in the 31-40 years old category is equal to 352. Q. 14 The given number is equal to 23.

5%. Q. 15 There is hardly no difference between the two graphs. Q. 16 More women exceed the number of men in each category of marital status; married, widowed, separated, divorced, or never married. Q.

17. Using a bar chart, we see values given to the sample, the pie chart has no values, and the information is far to too big to use this sort of chart. Q. 18. Age: A) From: 20. 0 to 90.

0 B) From: 25. 0 to 85. 0 Age 6: A) From: 1. 0 to 6. 0 B) From: 2. 0 to 3.

0 Bar charts are much easier to analyze than are histograms, therefore the presentation for the bar chart was (technically) better. Q. 19. Females marry at an earlier age than men.