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1. Assuming that the distribution is normal for weight relative to the ideal and 99% of the male participants scored between (–53.68, 64.64), where did 95% of the values for weight relative to the ideal lie? Round your answer to two decimal places. a. X =5.48, SD = 22.93 b. 5.48 – 1.96(22.93) = AND 5.48 + 1.96(22.93) = c. 5.48 – 44.9428 = AND 5.48 + 44.9428 = d. -39.4628 AND 50.422 i. (-39.46, 50.42) 2. Which of the following values from Table 1 tells us about variability of the scores in a distribution? e. C .22.57 3. Assuming that the distribution for General Health Perceptions is normal, 95% of the females’ scores around the mean were between what values? Round your answer to two decimal places. f. X = 39.71, SD = 25.46 g. 39.71 – 1.96(25.46) = AND 39.71 + 1.96(25.46) = h. 39.71 – 49.9016 AND 39.71 + 49.9016 i. -10.4916 AND 89.6116 ii. (-10.49, 89.61) 4. Assuming that the distribution of scores for Pain is normal, 95% of the men's scores around the mean were between what two values? Round your answer to two decimal places. j. X = 52.53, SD = 30.90 k. 52.53 – 1.96(30.90) AND 52.53 + 1.96(30.90) l. 52.53 – 60.564 AND 52.53 + 60.564 m. -8.034 AND 113.094 iii. (8.03, 113.09) 5. Were the body image scores significantly different for women versus men? Provide a rationale for your answer. n. Body image scores (0–100 scale) were significantly higher for women (73.1 +/- 16.93) than men (60.2 +/- 16.98), as stated in the relevant study results. 6. Assuming that the distribution of Mental Health scores for men is normal, where are 99% of the men's mental health scores around the mean in this distribution? Round your answer to two decimal places. o. 99% of the men’s mental health scores are around the mean of 57.09% 7.…...

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