QUESTION 1
 According to the Texas Department of State Health Services, there are approximately 17.7 million adults (age 18+) living in Texas, of which 1.49 million have diabetes. In 2010, 317,956 adult Texans were diagnosed with diabetes for the first time. What is the prevalence of diabetes in Texas? Express your answer as a percentage.
2 points
QUESTION 2
 Dawn is a 25yearold woman who weighs 62 kg. She did the 20Meter Shuttle Run Test and reached a maximum speed of 11.2 km/h. Estimate her VO2max in units of mL/kg/min.
3 points
QUESTION 3

To answer the following questions, download the article “Acute partial passive stretching increases range of motion and muscle strength” by Mandroukas et al. This is a recently published scientific article from the Journal of Sports Medicine and Physical Fitness. In this course, we did not cover everything that this article talks about, but you should be able to understand large portions of it. Answer the following questions. TRUE OR FALSE: This is a crosssectional study.
True
False
2 points
QUESTION 4

How many subjects were enrolled in the study?
2 points
QUESTION 5

Which hypothesis test did the authors use?
1. Twoway ANOVA
2. Dependent tTest
3. Independent tTest
4. Oneway ANOVA
5. One sample zTest
2 points
QUESTION 6

What was the level of significance used in the study?
1. 0.05
2. 0.20
3. 0.01
4. 0.10
2 points
QUESTION 7

What was used to measure range of motion in this study?
1. A paired tTest
2. A stadiometer
3. An isokinetic dynamometer
4. A goniometer
5. A thermometer
2 points
QUESTION 8

Which of the following descriptive statistics were used in the report? (Check every answer that is correct.)
1. 25th and 75th percentile
2. Kurtosis
3. Mean
4. Median
5. Standard deviation
4 points
QUESTION 9

TRUE OR FALSE: Passive stretching only affected the quadriceps and hamstrings torque at high velocity.
True
False
2 points
QUESTION 10

Participants warmed up before the strength measurements by pedaling on a stationary bike for 5 minutes.
True
False
2 points
QUESTION 11

TRUE OR FALSE: When the article reports that P < 0.05, this indicates a statistically significant result.
True
False
QUESTION 1
 According to the Texas Department of State Health Services, there are approximately 17.7 million adults (age 18+) living in Texas, of which 1.49 million have diabetes. In 2010, 317,956 adult Texans were diagnosed with diabetes for the first time. What is the prevalence of diabetes in Texas? Express your answer as a percentage.
2 points
QUESTION 2
 Dawn is a 25yearold woman who weighs 62 kg. She did the 20Meter Shuttle Run Test and reached a maximum speed of 11.2 km/h. Estimate her VO2max in units of mL/kg/min.
3 points
QUESTION 3

To answer the following questions, download the article “Acute partial passive stretching increases range of motion and muscle strength” by Mandroukas et al. This is a recently published scientific article from the Journal of Sports Medicine and Physical Fitness. In this course, we did not cover everything that this article talks about, but you should be able to understand large portions of it. Answer the following questions. TRUE OR FALSE: This is a crosssectional study.
True
False
2 points
QUESTION 4

How many subjects were enrolled in the study?
2 points
QUESTION 5

Which hypothesis test did the authors use?
1. Twoway ANOVA
2. Dependent tTest
3. Independent tTest
4. Oneway ANOVA
5. One sample zTest
2 points
QUESTION 6

What was the level of significance used in the study?
1. 0.05
2. 0.20
3. 0.01
4. 0.10
2 points
QUESTION 7

What was used to measure range of motion in this study?
1. A paired tTest
2. A stadiometer
3. An isokinetic dynamometer
4. A goniometer
5. A thermometer
2 points
QUESTION 8

Which of the following descriptive statistics were used in the report? (Check every answer that is correct.)
1. 25th and 75th percentile
2. Kurtosis
3. Mean
4. Median
5. Standard deviation
4 points
QUESTION 9

TRUE OR FALSE: Passive stretching only affected the quadriceps and hamstrings torque at high velocity.
True
False
2 points
QUESTION 10

Participants warmed up before the strength measurements by pedaling on a stationary bike for 5 minutes.
True
False
2 points
QUESTION 11

TRUE OR FALSE: When the article reports that P < 0.05, this indicates a statistically significant result.
True
False
QUESTION 1
 According to the Texas Department of State Health Services, there are approximately 17.7 million adults (age 18+) living in Texas, of which 1.49 million have diabetes. In 2010, 317,956 adult Texans were diagnosed with diabetes for the first time. What is the prevalence of diabetes in Texas? Express your answer as a percentage.
2 points
QUESTION 2
 Dawn is a 25yearold woman who weighs 62 kg. She did the 20Meter Shuttle Run Test and reached a maximum speed of 11.2 km/h. Estimate her VO2max in units of mL/kg/min.
3 points
QUESTION 3

To answer the following questions, download the article “Acute partial passive stretching increases range of motion and muscle strength” by Mandroukas et al. This is a recently published scientific article from the Journal of Sports Medicine and Physical Fitness. In this course, we did not cover everything that this article talks about, but you should be able to understand large portions of it. Answer the following questions. TRUE OR FALSE: This is a crosssectional study.
True
False
2 points
QUESTION 4

How many subjects were enrolled in the study?
2 points
QUESTION 5

Which hypothesis test did the authors use?
1. Twoway ANOVA
2. Dependent tTest
3. Independent tTest
4. Oneway ANOVA
5. One sample zTest
2 points
QUESTION 6

What was the level of significance used in the study?
1. 0.05
2. 0.20
3. 0.01
4. 0.10
2 points
QUESTION 7

What was used to measure range of motion in this study?
1. A paired tTest
2. A stadiometer
3. An isokinetic dynamometer
4. A goniometer
5. A thermometer
2 points
QUESTION 8

Which of the following descriptive statistics were used in the report? (Check every answer that is correct.)
1. 25th and 75th percentile
2. Kurtosis
3. Mean
4. Median
5. Standard deviation
4 points
QUESTION 9

TRUE OR FALSE: Passive stretching only affected the quadriceps and hamstrings torque at high velocity.
True
False
2 points
QUESTION 10

Participants warmed up before the strength measurements by pedaling on a stationary bike for 5 minutes.
True
False
2 points
QUESTION 11

TRUE OR FALSE: When the article reports that P < 0.05, this indicates a statistically significant result.
True
False
QUESTION 1
QUESTION 1
 According to the Texas Department of State Health Services, there are approximately 17.7 million adults (age 18+) living in Texas, of which 1.49 million have diabetes. In 2010, 317,956 adult Texans were diagnosed with diabetes for the first time. What is the prevalence of diabetes in Texas? Express your answer as a percentage.
According to the Texas Department of State Health Services, there are approximately 17.7 million adults (age 18+) living in Texas, of which 1.49 million have diabetes. In 2010, 317,956 adult Texans were diagnosed with diabetes for the first time. What is the prevalence of diabetes in Texas? Express your answer as a percentage.
2 points
2 points
QUESTION 2
QUESTION 2
 Dawn is a 25yearold woman who weighs 62 kg. She did the 20Meter Shuttle Run Test and reached a maximum speed of 11.2 km/h. Estimate her VO2max in units of mL/kg/min.
Dawn is a 25yearold woman who weighs 62 kg. She did the 20Meter Shuttle Run Test and reached a maximum speed of 11.2 km/h. Estimate her VO2max in units of mL/kg/min.
3 points
3 points
QUESTION 3
QUESTION 3

To answer the following questions, download the article “Acute partial passive stretching increases range of motion and muscle strength” by Mandroukas et al. This is a recently published scientific article from the Journal of Sports Medicine and Physical Fitness. In this course, we did not cover everything that this article talks about, but you should be able to understand large portions of it. Answer the following questions. TRUE OR FALSE: This is a crosssectional study.
True
False
To answer the following questions, download the article “Acute partial passive stretching increases range of motion and muscle strength” by Mandroukas et al. This is a recently published scientific article from the Journal of Sports Medicine and Physical Fitness. In this course, we did not cover everything that this article talks about, but you should be able to understand large portions of it. Answer the following questions. TRUE OR FALSE: This is a crosssectional study.
True
False
To answer the following questions, download the article “Acute partial passive stretching increases range of motion and muscle strength” by Mandroukas et al. This is a recently published scientific article from the Journal of Sports Medicine and Physical Fitness. In this course, we did not cover everything that this article talks about, but you should be able to understand large portions of it. Answer the following questions. TRUE OR FALSE: This is a crosssectional study.
To answer the following questions, download the article “Acute partial passive stretching increases range of motion and muscle strength” by Mandroukas et al. This is a recently published scientific article from the Journal of Sports Medicine and Physical Fitness. In this course, we did not cover everything that this article talks about, but you should be able to understand large portions of it. Answer the following questions. TRUE OR FALSE: This is a crosssectional study.
True
True
False
False
2 points
2 points
QUESTION 4
QUESTION 4

How many subjects were enrolled in the study?
How many subjects were enrolled in the study?
How many subjects were enrolled in the study?
How many subjects were enrolled in the study?
2 points
2 points
QUESTION 5
QUESTION 5

Which hypothesis test did the authors use?
1. Twoway ANOVA
2. Dependent tTest
3. Independent tTest
4. Oneway ANOVA
5. One sample zTest
Which hypothesis test did the authors use?
1. 
Twoway ANOVA 
2. 
Dependent tTest 
3. 
Independent tTest 
4. 
Oneway ANOVA 
5. 
One sample zTest 
Which hypothesis test did the authors use?
Which hypothesis test did the authors use?
1. 
Twoway ANOVA 
2. 
Dependent tTest 
3. 
Independent tTest 
4. 
Oneway ANOVA 
5. 
One sample zTest 
Twoway ANOVA
2.Dependent tTest
3.Independent tTest
4.Oneway ANOVA
5.One sample zTest
1.Twoway ANOVA
1.1.
Twoway ANOVA
Twoway ANOVA
Twoway ANOVA
2.Dependent tTest
2.2.
Dependent tTest
Dependent tTest
Dependent tTest
3.Independent tTest
3.3.
Independent tTest
Independent tTest
Independent tTest
4.Oneway ANOVA
4.4.
Oneway ANOVA
Oneway ANOVA
Oneway ANOVA
5.One sample zTest
5.5.
One sample zTest
One sample zTest
One sample zTest
2 points
2 points
QUESTION 6
QUESTION 6

What was the level of significance used in the study?
1. 0.05
2. 0.20
3. 0.01
4. 0.10
What was the level of significance used in the study?
1. 
0.05 
2. 
0.20 
3. 
0.01 
4. 
0.10 
What was the level of significance used in the study?
What was the level of significance used in the study?
1. 
0.05 
2. 
0.20 
3. 
0.01 
4. 
0.10 
0.05
2.0.20
3.0.01
4.0.10
1.0.05
1.1.
0.05
0.05
0.05
2.0.20
2.2.
0.20
0.20
0.20
3.0.01
3.3.
0.01
0.01
0.01
4.0.10
4.4.
0.10
0.10
0.10
2 points
2 points
QUESTION 7
QUESTION 7

What was used to measure range of motion in this study?
1. A paired tTest
2. A stadiometer
3. An isokinetic dynamometer
4. A goniometer
5. A thermometer
What was used to measure range of motion in this study?
1. 
A paired tTest 
2. 
A stadiometer 
3. 
An isokinetic dynamometer 
4. 
A goniometer 
5. 
A thermometer 
What was used to measure range of motion in this study?
What was used to measure range of motion in this study?
1. 
A paired tTest 
2. 
A stadiometer 
3. 
An isokinetic dynamometer 
4. 
A goniometer 
5. 
A thermometer 
A paired tTest
2.A stadiometer
3.An isokinetic dynamometer
4.A goniometer
5.A thermometer
1.A paired tTest
1.1.
A paired tTest
A paired tTest
A paired tTest
2.A stadiometer
2.2.
A stadiometer
A stadiometer
A stadiometer
3.An isokinetic dynamometer
3.3.
An isokinetic dynamometer
An isokinetic dynamometer
An isokinetic dynamometer
4.A goniometer
4.4.
A goniometer
A goniometer
A goniometer
5.A thermometer
5.5.
A thermometer
A thermometer
A thermometer
2 points
2 points
QUESTION 8
QUESTION 8

Which of the following descriptive statistics were used in the report? (Check every answer that is correct.)
1. 25th and 75th percentile
2. Kurtosis
3. Mean
4. Median
5. Standard deviation
Which of the following descriptive statistics were used in the report? (Check every answer that is correct.)
1. 
25th and 75th percentile 
2. 
Kurtosis 
3. 
Mean 
4. 
Median 
5. 
Standard deviation 
Which of the following descriptive statistics were used in the report? (Check every answer that is correct.)
Which of the following descriptive statistics were used in the report? (Check every answer that is correct.)
1. 
25th and 75th percentile 
2. 
Kurtosis 
3. 
Mean 
4. 
Median 
5. 
Standard deviation 
25th and 75th percentile
2.Kurtosis
3.Mean
4.Median
5.Standard deviation
1.25th and 75th percentile
1.1.
25th and 75th percentile
25th and 75th percentile
25th and 75th percentile
2.Kurtosis
2.2.
Kurtosis
Kurtosis
Kurtosis
3.Mean
3.3.
Mean
Mean
Mean
4.Median
4.4.
Median
Median
Median
5.Standard deviation
5.5.
Standard deviation
Standard deviation
Standard deviation
4 points
4 points
QUESTION 9
QUESTION 9

TRUE OR FALSE: Passive stretching only affected the quadriceps and hamstrings torque at high velocity.
True
False
TRUE OR FALSE: Passive stretching only affected the quadriceps and hamstrings torque at high velocity.
True
False
TRUE OR FALSE: Passive stretching only affected the quadriceps and hamstrings torque at high velocity.
TRUE OR FALSE: Passive stretching only affected the quadriceps and hamstrings torque at high velocity.
True
True
False
False
2 points
2 points
QUESTION 10
QUESTION 10

Participants warmed up before the strength measurements by pedaling on a stationary bike for 5 minutes.
True
False
Participants warmed up before the strength measurements by pedaling on a stationary bike for 5 minutes.
True
False
Participants warmed up before the strength measurements by pedaling on a stationary bike for 5 minutes.
Participants warmed up before the strength measurements by pedaling on a stationary bike for 5 minutes.
True
True
False
False
2 points
2 points
QUESTION 11
QUESTION 11

TRUE OR FALSE: When the article reports that P < 0.05, this indicates a statistically significant result.
True
False
TRUE OR FALSE: When the article reports that P < 0.05, this indicates a statistically significant result.
True
False
TRUE OR FALSE: When the article reports that P < 0.05, this indicates a statistically significant result.
TRUE OR FALSE: When the article reports that P < 0.05, this indicates a statistically significant result.
True
True
False
False