1) For the variable HOME, what are the modes? Is the data normally distributed?
2) For the variable ARREST, what are the modes? Is the data normally distributed?
3) Why are we concerned about the distribution of data?
4) What difference does it make in the case of each of the variables (HOME and ARREST) if the data is not normally distributed?
All of the questions refer to the results of the SPSS analysis presented on pages 161-165 of the textbook.
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