Please use D2L to turn in both the HTML output and your R Markdown file in.

## Q1. R style guide (4 pts)

Summarize what you learned from the Google R style guide.

## Q2. Course Overview (2 pts)

### a. (1 pt)

What has been your favorite thing about this course so far?

### b. (1 pt)

What (if anything) could be changed in this course to improve your learning?

## Q3. Writing Functions (4 pts)

Write a function that:

• takes a integer and
• returns TRUE if a value is even

Note the modulus operator %% is useful. This is the remainder for division, so this provides an easy way to test whether an integer is even or odd as 7 %% 2 is 1 and 8 %% 2 is 0.

#is.even <- function(val){
#  remainder <- val %% 2 == 1
#}

## Q4. Creating Tables (4 pts)

Download the Housing dataset at: http://math.montana.edu/ahoegh/teaching/stat408/datasets/HousingSales.csv. Use the aggregate function to compute the average home price across the states in the dataset. Print the results to a table using the kable function.