**Description**:

**Total Possible Score**: 8.00

Total: 1.60

Distinguished - Performs the following correctly: 1. Identifies the null and alternate hypotheses. 2. Identifies the correct test to use. 3. Uses the correct data. 4. Sets up the test correctly. 5. Answers the questions. 6. Provides a clear and accurate interpretation of the results.

Proficient - Performs the following with *no more than one* error: 1. Identifies the null and alternate hypotheses. 2. Identifies the correct test to use. 3. Uses the correct data. 4. Sets up the test correctly. 5. Answers the questions. 6. Provides a clear and accurate interpretation of the results.

Basic - Performs the following with *no more than three* errors: 1. Identifies the null and alternate hypotheses. 2. Identifies the correct test to use. 3. Uses the correct data. 4. Sets up the test correctly. 5. Answers the questions. 6. Provides a clear and accurate interpretation of the results.

Below Expectations - Performs the following with *more than three *errors: 1. Identifies the null and alternate hypotheses. 2. Identifies the correct test to use. 3. Uses the correct data. 4. Sets up the test correctly. 5. Answers the questions. 6. Provides a clear and accurate interpretation of the results.

Non-Performance - There is no response to problem one, or it does not provide any correct responses to the question elements.

Total: 1.60

Distinguished - Performs the following correctly: 1. Identifies the null and alternate hypotheses. 2. Identifies the correct test to use. 3. Uses the correct data. 4. Sets up the test correctly. 5. Answers the questions. 6. Provides a clear and accurate interpretation of the results.

Proficient - Performs the following with *no more than one* error: 1. Identifies the null and alternate hypotheses. 2. Identifies the correct test to use. 3. Uses the correct data. 4. Sets up the test correctly. 5. Answers the questions. 6. Provides a clear and accurate interpretation of the results.

Basic - Performs the following with *no more than three* errors: 1. Identifies the null and alternate hypotheses. 2. Identifies the correct test to use. 3. Uses the correct data. 4. Sets up the test correctly. 5. Answers the questions. 6. Provides a clear and accurate interpretation of the results.

Below Expectations - Performs the following with *more than three* errors: 1. Identifies the null and alternate hypotheses. 2. Identifies the correct test to use. 3. Uses the correct data. 4. Sets up the test correctly. 5. Answers the questions. 6. Provides a clear and accurate interpretation of the results.

Non-Performance - There is no response to problem two, or it does not provide any correct responses to the problem’s elements.

Total: 1.60

Distinguished - Performs the following correctly for each of the three hypotheses: 1. Identifies the appropriate p-value. 2. Decides on rejecting or not rejecting the null hypothesis. 3. If appropriate, determines and interprets the effect size measure. 4. Provides a clear and accurate interpretation of the results.

Proficient - Performs the following with *no more than one *error per hypothesis section for each of the three hypotheses: 1. Identifies the appropriate p-value. 2. Decides on rejecting or not rejecting the null hypothesis. 3. If appropriate, determines and interprets the effect size measure. 4. Provides a clear and accurate interpretation of the results.

Basic - Performs the following with *no more than two *errors per hypothesis section for each of the three hypotheses: 1. Identifies the appropriate p-value. 2. Decides on rejecting or not rejecting the null hypothesis. 3. If appropriate, determines and interprets the effect size measure. 4. Provides a clear and accurate interpretation of the results.

Below Expectations - Performs the following with *no more than three* errors per hypothesis section for each of the three hypotheses: 1. Identifies the appropriate p-value. 2. Decides on rejecting or not rejecting the null hypothesis. 3. If appropriate, determines and interprets the effect size measure. 4. Provides a clear and accurate interpretation of the results.

Non-Performance - There is no response to problem three, or it does not provide any correct responses to the problem’s elements.

Total: 1.60

Distinguished - Performs the following correctly: 1. Identifies the null and alternate hypotheses. 2. Identifies the correct test to use. 3. Uses the correct data. 4. Sets up the test correctly. 5. Answers the questions. 6. Provides a clear and accurate interpretation of the results.

Proficient - Performs the following with *no more than one* error: 1. Identifies the null and alternate hypotheses. 2. Identifies the correct test to use. 3. Uses the correct data. 4. Sets up the test correctly. 5. Answers the questions. 6. Provides a clear and accurate interpretation of the results.

Basic - Performs the following with *no more than three* errors: 1. Identifies the null and alternate hypotheses. 2. Identifies the correct test to use. 3. Uses the correct data. 4. Sets up the test correctly. 5. Answers the questions. 6. Provides a clear and accurate interpretation of the results.

Below Expectations - Performs the following with *more than three* errors: 1. Identifies the null and alternate hypotheses. 2. Identifies the correct test to use. 3. Uses the correct data. 4. Sets up the test correctly. 5. Answers the questions. 6. Provides a clear and accurate interpretation of the results.

Non-Performance - There is no response to problem four, or it does not provide any correct responses to the problem’s elements.

Total: 1.60

Distinguished - Provides thorough and accurate conclusions about the following issues: 1. Male and female pay inequality. 2. Consistency between and among different statistical measures of equality.

Proficient - Provides mostly accurate conclusions about the following issues, but replies are not complete: 1. Male and female pay inequality. 2. Consistency between and among different statistical measures of equality.

Basic - Provides incomplete conclusions about the following issues: 1. Male and female pay inequality. 2. Consistency between and among different statistical measures of equality.

Below Expectations - Conclusions about the following issues are not accurate and/or do not consider all of the statistical information: 1.Male and female pay inequality. 2. Consistency between and among different statistical measures of equality.

Non-Performance - There is no response to problem five, or it does not address the issue of equal pay for equal work for statistical results to date.