# BSHS 435 Week 5 Descriptive and Inferential Statistics Applications Presentation

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BSHS 435 Week 5 Descriptive and
Inferential Statistics Applications Presentation

Complete the University of Phoenix Material: Descriptive and
Inferential Statistics Applications Presentation.

Descriptive and Inferential Statistics Applications Presentation

Create a 10- to 15-slide Microsoft®
PowerPoint® presentation on descriptive and inferential statistics.

The course instructor will assign
a different data set to each Learning Team. All data sets are available on the
student website.

material and at least two scholarly sources from the University Library.
Incorporate the following elements into your presentation:

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Introduction

o    Introduce the Learning Team members and the data set that the team
will present.

o    Identify the variables in the data set and discuss each variable’s
level of measurement classification (nominal, ordinal, interval, or ratio).

·
Descriptive Statistics

o    Define descriptive statistics and discuss at least two examples of
descriptive statistics.

o    Explain how descriptive statistical analysis increases
understanding of the data.

o    Conduct using Microsoft® Excel® functions at
least two descriptive statistics using your data and summarize and interpret
the results (you can include tables or graphs in your slides).

o    Explain why the two descriptive statistics you conducted are
appropriate for the data.

·
Inferential Statistics

o    Define statistical inference and include and explain at least two
original statistical calculations.

o    Explain how inferential statistical analysis increases understanding
of the data.

o    Conduct using Microsoft® Excel® functions at
least two inferential statistics using your data and summarize and interpret
the results.

o    Explain why the two descriptive statistics you conducted are
appropriate for the data.

·
Conclusion and References