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## SAT scores, percent taking exam and state funding per student by state for
1994, 1995 and 1999

### Description

Data for Statistical Insight Chapter 9

### Usage

Sat

### Format

A data frame/tibble with 102 observations on seven variables

- state
U.S. state

- verbal
verbal SAT score

- math
math SAT score

- total
combined verbal and math SAT score

- percent
percent of high school seniors taking the SAT

- expend
state expenditure per student (in dollars)

- year
year

### Source

*The 2000 World Almanac and Book of Facts*, Funk and Wagnalls Corporation, New Jersey.

### References

Kitchens, L. J. (2003) *Basic Statistics and Data Analysis*.
Pacific Grove, CA: Brooks/Cole, a division of Thomson Learning.

### Examples

Sat94 <- Sat[Sat$year == 1994, ]
Sat94
Sat99 <- subset(Sat, year == 1999)
Sat99
stem(Sat99$total)
plot(total ~ percent, data = Sat99)
model <- lm(total ~ percent, data = Sat99)
abline(model, col = "blue")
summary(model)
rm(model)

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*BSDA* version 1.2.0

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