Grade: Physiotherapy
Date: April 01, 2016

## Question 1

The chart below shows the cumulative frequency distribution the maximum angle of knee deflection after a replacement of the knee cap in a group of patients. 1. Calculate the quartiles and interpret them.
2. Are there outliers in the sample?
3. What percentage of patients have a maximum angle of knee deflection of 90 degrees?

## Question 2

The waiting times in a physiotherapy clinic of a sample of patiens are

18, 8, 27, 6, 13, 26, 14, 23, 14, 31, 27, 19, 15, 20, 11, 30, 25, 23, 20, 15
1. Calculate the mean. Is representative? Justify the answer.
2. Calculate the coefficient of skewness and interpret it.
3. Calculate the coefficient of kurtosis and interpret it.

Use the following sums for the calculations: $\sum x_i=385$ min, $\sum(x_i-\bar x)^2=983.75$ min$^2$, $\sum (x_i-\bar x)^3=-601.125$ min$^3$, $\sum (x_i-\bar x)^4=98369.1406$ min$^4$.

## Question 3

A study try to determine if there is relation between recovery time $Y$ (in days) of an injury and the age of the person $X$ (in years). For that purpose a sample of 15 persons with the injury was drawn with the following values:

Age (years) Recovery time (days)
21 20
26 26
30 27
34 32
39 36
45 37
51 38
54 41
59 42
63 45
71 44
76 43
80 45
84 46
88 44
1. Compute the regression line of the recovery time on the age. How much increase the recovery time for each year of age?
2. Compute the logarithmic regression model of the recovery time on the age.
3. Which of the previous models explains better the relation between the recovery time and the age? Justify the answer.
4. Use the best of the previous models to predict the recovery time of a person 50 years old. Is reliable the prediction?

Use the following sums for the calculations: $\sum x_i=821$, $\sum \log(x_i)=58.7255$, $\sum y_j=566$, $\sum \log(y_j)=54.0702$, $\sum x_i^2=51703$, $\sum \log(x_i)^2=232.7697$, $\sum y_j^2=22270$, $\sum \log(y_j)^2=195.7633$, $\sum x_iy_j=33256$, $\sum x_i\log(y_j)=3026.6478$, $\sum \log(x_i)y_j=2265.458$, $\sum \log(x_i)\log(y_j)=213.1763$.