# Karl Pearson

Decent Essays
Improved Essays
Superior Essays
Great Essays
Brilliant Essays
Page 1 of 50 - About 500 Essays
• Improved Essays

In the Chi-Square test table below, the “Asymp. Sig. (2-tailed)” determines the level of confidence. This particular level of confidence is less than 0.5, which means the difference is statistically significant. The null hypothesis is thus rejected. Chi-Square Tests Value df Asymp. Sig. (2-sided) Pearson Chi-Square 12.747a 6 .047 Likelihood Ratio 13.057 6 .042 Linear-by-Linear Association 5.178 1 .023 N of Valid Cases 742 Correlation and Regression with SPSS Pearson’s r value and (possibly) significance values, there was a correlation between the two variables [r = .208, n = 906, p = .000]. RESPONDENTS INCOME HIGHEST YEAR OF SCHOOL COMPLETED RESPONDENTS INCOME Pearson Correlation 1 .208** Sig. (2-tailed) .000 N 906 906…

• 812 Words
• 4 Pages
Improved Essays
• Improved Essays

Who was the girl before the murder of her dad and stepmom? Lizzie Borden was born in River Fall, Massachusetts on July 19, 1860. Lizzie Borden was born to Andrew Jackson Borden and Sarah Anthony Morse Borden. Lizzie had an older sister named Emma Borden. They were raised in a wealthy family thanks to their fathers shrewd business decisions and being able to save money. Lizzie was known well in the church community. She was a Sunday school teacher, and she also helped with a Christain…

• 929 Words
• 4 Pages
Improved Essays
• Improved Essays

Lizzie Borden took an axe and gave her mother 40 whacks, when she saw what she had done she gave her mother 41. This case has been studied for over 100 years and is still unsolved. Lizzie was guilty of murdering Abby, her step-mother and Andrew Borden, her father. Although there is little evidence that Lizzie could be innocent, there is much more evidence to show that Lizzie is guilty. To begin with, Lizzie was over dramatic about some things, especially the arguments with Abby and Andrew.…

• 654 Words
• 3 Pages
Improved Essays
• Improved Essays

Lizzie Johnson was born in Missouri on May 9, 1840 she died at the age 84 in October 9, 1924 . Lizzie’s family was shocked it was not just that they had lost a beloved member of the family. They were also shocked and surprised to learn that Lizzie had amassed a fortune during her life she had 245,701.In 1844, the family moved to Texas, living in Huntsville, Lockhart and Webberville before settling on Bear Creek in Hays County. Lizzie´s real name is Elizabeth Ellen Johnson. She was the 2nd child…

• 588 Words
• 3 Pages
Improved Essays
• Improved Essays

Lizzie Borden took an axe And gave her mother forty whacks. When she saw what she had done She gave her father forty-one.This rhyme originates from the case of Lizzie Borden, possibly one of the most famous unsolved cases in American history, involves the grisly murders of Andrew and Abby Borden. The killer was never caught, but many suspect it was the couple’s own daughter, Lizzie Borden. With inconsistent statements, weird behavior, previous attempts of murder, and a clear motive, the evidence…

• 811 Words
• 4 Pages
Improved Essays
• Superior Essays

even get to see or hear about this. Work Cited Page Mann, C. Charles. "Chapter 1: Holmberg's Mistake." 1491. N.p.: n.p., 2005. 10-11. Print. Mann, C. Charles. "Chapter 1: Holmberg's Mistake." 1491. N.p.: n.p., 2005. 11. Print. Mann, C. Charles. "Chapter 1: Holmberg's Mistake." 1491. N.p.: n.p., 2005. 8. Print. Mann, C. Charles. "Chapter 6: Cotton (or Anchovies) and Maize." 1491. N.p.: n.p., 2005. 212. Print. Mann, C. Charles. "Chapter 6: Cotton (or Anchovies) and Maize." 1491. N.p.: n.p.,…

• 986 Words
• 4 Pages
Superior Essays
• Improved Essays

The Famous Murder Trial’s Killer Discovered Lizzie Borden’s trial was one of the mysterious and famous murder trials in 1900’s. This murder trial took place in the Borden’s house on 4th of August, 1892 in the city called Fall River, Massachusetts. The Borden’s house incorporated Andrew Borden and his second wife, Abby, his two daughters Lizzie and Emma, and a housemaid Bridget Sullivan. However, the main suspect was revealed to be Lizzie Borden in the trial; therefore, she was arrested for her…

• 615 Words
• 3 Pages
Improved Essays
• Improved Essays

Andrew and Abby Borden were just a pair of middle class people who lived a happy life until they were murdered in cold blood. Who would kill two old people who were known and loved by the public? What did anyone possibly have against them. The Lizzie Borden murder case is a mischievous murder that still hasn’t been solved. We had to solve the murder. DId Lizzie commit the murder of her parents or was she telling the truth? Lizzie Borden did kill her parents. She had a motive and a reason why she…

• 481 Words
• 2 Pages
Improved Essays
• Improved Essays

Lizzie Borden, Is she guilty? Lizzie Borden took an axe gave her mother forty whacks, but did she really? Lizzie Borden should have been known as guilty to the U.S. justice system for the murders of her parents. Massachusetts, August 4th 1892 was the tragic day that someone murdered Abby and Andrew Borden. This case was dismissed because of lack of evidence. There is still controversy about how Lizzie should’ve been guilty there is no other suspects, but somehow she got around it.…

• 652 Words
• 3 Pages
Improved Essays
• Improved Essays

Lizzie Borden was one of the famous murdered cases in the United States. On August 4, 1892 she was accused of committing a double parricide. Lizzie Borden grew up in Fall Rivers, Massachusetts. Her father Andrew Borden was a very hardworking respected man in the community. He was wealthy and had a few luxuries. At the age 2, Lizzie’s mother died of uterine congestion and spine disease. When Lizzie mother passed, he remarried to Abby Borden. Abby Borden was Lizzie’s stepmother. She was…

• 296 Words
• 2 Pages
Improved Essays
• Previous
Page 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 50