This week we are learning about ordinal/categorical, continuous, and dichotomous variables. Using the Gestation Demographics SEU dataset that is located in the tabs at the bottom of the Framingham dataset provided, perform the following problems using R Studio or Excel. Create a simple distribution graph (histogram) where we will explore the age of women after giving birth to their first child. Remember that a histogram consists of parallel vertical bars that show the frequency distribution of a quantitative variable in the graph. See the example in Introductory Statistics with R on pages 71-7 or pages 123-124 in EXCEL statistics A quick guide. The area of each bar is equal to the frequency of items found in each class. Determine the mean age of the women in the Gestation Demographics SEU dataset. We will be testing the hypothesis that the mean age (μ = μ0) for women is 37 years in the Gestation Demographics SEU dataset. The topic of hypothesis testing was introduced in HCM505. If you need a review see Chapter 7 of our text. H0 The mean age of women giving birth is 37 years old. (Null Hypothesis) H1 The mean age of women giving birth is not 37 years old. (Alternative Hypothesis) Ensure to submit the following requirements for the assignment: Present your findings in a Word document, by copying and pasting the histogram into the document. After your analysis state whether you accept or reject the null hypothesis and your reasoning why. Always use a title page, an introduction, a discussion where you interpret the meaning of the histogram, and a conclusion should be included. Your submission should be 2–3 pages to discuss and display your findings. Provide support for your statements with in-text citations from a minimum of two scholarly, peer-reviewed articles. One of these sources may be from the class readings, textbook, or lectures, but the others must be external. The Saudi Digital Library is a good place to find these sources and should be your primary resource for conducting research. Follow APA 7th edition and Saudi Electronic University writing standards. Review the grading rubric to see how you will be graded for this assignment. You are strongly encouraged to submit all assignments to the Originality Check prior to submitting them to your instructor for grading.

# Category: Literary Studies

## This week we are learning about ordinal/categorical, continuous, and dichotomous

This week we are learning about ordinal/categorical, continuous, and dichotomous variables. Using the Gestation Demographics SEU dataset that is located in the tabs at the bottom of the Framingham dataset provided, perform the following problems using R Studio or Excel. Create a simple distribution graph (histogram) where we will explore the age of women after giving birth to their first child. Remember that a histogram consists of parallel vertical bars that show the frequency distribution of a quantitative variable in the graph. See the example in Introductory Statistics with R on pages 71-7 or pages 123-124 in EXCEL statistics A quick guide. The area of each bar is equal to the frequency of items found in each class. Determine the mean age of the women in the Gestation Demographics SEU dataset. We will be testing the hypothesis that the mean age (μ = μ0) for women is 37 years in the Gestation Demographics SEU dataset. The topic of hypothesis testing was introduced in HCM505. If you need a review see Chapter 7 of our text. H0 The mean age of women giving birth is 37 years old. (Null Hypothesis) H1 The mean age of women giving birth is not 37 years old. (Alternative Hypothesis) Ensure to submit the following requirements for the assignment: Present your findings in a Word document, by copying and pasting the histogram into the document. After your analysis state whether you accept or reject the null hypothesis and your reasoning why. Always use a title page, an introduction, a discussion where you interpret the meaning of the histogram, and a conclusion should be included. Your submission should be 2–3 pages to discuss and display your findings. Provide support for your statements with in-text citations from a minimum of two scholarly, peer-reviewed articles. One of these sources may be from the class readings, textbook, or lectures, but the others must be external. The Saudi Digital Library is a good place to find these sources and should be your primary resource for conducting research. Follow APA 7th edition and Saudi Electronic University writing standards. Review the grading rubric to see how you will be graded for this assignment. You are strongly encouraged to submit all assignments to the Originality Check prior to submitting them to your instructor for grading.

## In at least 250 words, discuss the poets we have read for this unit. First, choo

In at least 250 words, discuss the poets we have read for this unit. First, choose a selection from one of the poems and quote that at the beginning of your post. Make sure that everyone knows what poem and author you are talking about. You may quote one line or an entire poem. (Just note that this quote does not count toward your word count.) This quote will provide the basis for your discussion. It gives your classmates context to your discussion and aids them in ease of understanding what you are basing your argument on. Then, make an argument about that selection. You can talk about its relevance to the material you learned about American Romanticism, or you can propose something about what the author’s intentions are in writing the poem. What effect does the methods the author deploy create in the poem? What do we learn about American Literature from the poems? The important thing is that you make an argument and back it up with evidence from the text. Remember, we are close reading during this semester. Demonstrate your ability to close read. I know this is last minute! Links to poems and material are below- https://pressbooks.nvcc.edu/writingthenation/chapter/ch1_introduction/ https://www.poetryfoundation.org/poems/46480/i-hear-america-singing https://www.poetryfoundation.org/poems/45706/i-felt-a-funeral-in-my-brain-340