I need help with writing my final for my
statistics class. The courser book is Statistical Reasoning for everyday life
5th edition (Bennett, Briggs, Triola), for reference. Attached is a word
document that lays out everything I need to consider for my final. My
instructor provided a link that needs to be analyzed when responding to the
question. My stance is Mankind has and continues to have an effect of global
warming. This is not a natural occurrence. With the rapid development in
innovation, manufacturing, build up of civilization, it all contributes to
global warming and i refute the fact that the earth is on some type of
rotational occurrence that every set amount of time the world heats up and
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The final exam will be the same format as the mid-term exam. The question below requires
extensive research and consideration. You may attach a word/pdf document or paste your
text directly into the submission field. You will have until Dec 15 to submit your
exam. Although there is no minimum word requirement, you must fully explain your
argument just as you did for the mid-term. Please cite all sources (in the text, and on a
reference page) using APA formatting. See the following website if you’re unsure about
APA: https://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/resource/560/01/ (Links to an external
site.)Links to an external site.
Climate change is a hotly debated topic among modern scientists. Many argue that humans
are to blame for recent changes, while others believe such changes are beyond the scope of
what humans can control. Ultimately, neither side can unequivocally prove their point
because the statistics used are too limited to assuage all doubt. Mankind has only been
recording such data in the last 200 years or so, and no one can create data from the distant
past in order to provide a complete picture of Earths life cycles. However, scientists are
very adept at inferring information from the natural world and such inferences supply the
bulk of the evidence used in the climate discussion.
For the final exam, reference the following website from NASA and observe the claims and
associated statistical data.
https://climate.nasa.gov/ (Links to an external site.)Links to an external site.
Using the information from this course and at least two outside sources, build an argument
for or against mankinds effect on climate change. Notice, I did not ask you to discuss
whether or not climate change is real (things are always changing), I asked for you to build
the case for whether or not mankind is to blame for recent trends in climate change.
You must base all your reasoning on statistical evidence and explain why you have come to
your conclusions. There is no right answer, but I will deduct points if your arguments are
not solidly based on statistical evidence.
You must substantiate your viewpoint with appropriate analysis based on the foundational
principles within the textbook. All submissions will be screened by an originality filter.
A? Makes arguments based on effective analysis. Uses and cites external sources
B? Incomplete analysis; cannot make viable predictions. Minimal external sources used.
C? Does not analyze; regurgitates from textbook. No external sources used.
D?Does not use material from the textbook or external sources to substantiate ideas. Gives
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