Statistical analysis test 8 | Mathematics homework help

Query 1 of 40

5.zero Factors

The proprietor of a soccer group claims that the typical attendance at house video games is over 4000, and he's subsequently justified in transferring the group to a metropolis with a bigger stadium. Assume speculation take a look at of the declare has been carried out and that the conclusion of the take a look at was to reject the null speculation. Determine the inhabitants to which the outcomes of the take a look at apply.

 

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A. All video games performed by the group in query during which the attendance is over 4000

 

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B. All future house video games to be performed by the group in query

 

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C. All house video games performed by the group in query

 

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D. Not one of the populations given are applicable

 

Query 2 of 40

5.zero Factors

   

A two-tailed take a look at is carried out on the zero.10 significance degree. What's the P-value required to reject the null speculation?

 

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A. Higher than or equal to .zero10

 

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B. Higher than or equal to zero.05

 

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C. Lower than or equal to zero.10

 

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D. Lower than or equal to zero.05

 

Query three of 40

5.zero Factors

   

In 1990, the typical period of long-distance phone calls originating in a single city was 9.three minutes. A protracted-distance phone firm desires to carry out a speculation take a look at to find out whether or not the typical period of long-distance cellphone calls has modified from the 1990 imply of 9.three minutes. Formulate the null and different hypotheses for the research described.

 

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A.

Ho: µ = 9.three minutes     H a : µ < 9.three minutes

 

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B.

Ho: µ = 9.three minutes     H a : µ > 9.three minutes

 

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C.

Ho: µ = 9.three minutes      H a : µ ¹ 9.three minutes

 

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D.

Ho: µ ¹ 9.three minutes     H a : µ = 9.three minutes

 

Query four of 40

5.zero Factors

   

A ballot of 1,068 grownup Individuals reveals that 52% of the voters surveyed favor the Democratic candidate for the presidency. On the zero.05 significance degree, take a look at the declare that greater than half of all voters favor the Democrat.

 

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A. Reject the null speculation. Conclude that there's inadequate proof that greater than half of all voters favor Democrats.

 

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B. Don't reject the null speculation. Conclude that there's ample proof that greater than half of all voters favor Democrats.

 

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C. Reject the null speculation. Conclude that there's ample proof that greater than half of all voters favor Democrats.

 

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D. Don't reject the null speculation. Conclude that there's inadequate proof that greater than half of all voters favor Democrats.

 

Query 5 of 40

5.zero Factors

   

A client group claims that the imply operating time for a sure kind of flashlight battery shouldn't be the identical because the producer’s claims. Decide the null and different hypotheses for the take a look at described.

 

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A.

Hzero: µ = Producer’s claims     Ha: µ < Producer’s claims

 

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B.

Hzero: µ = Producer’s claims    Ha: µ ¹ Producer’s claims

 

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C.

Hzero: µ = Producer’s claims     Ha: µ > Producer’s claims

 

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D.

Hzero: µ ¹ Producer’s claims     Ha: µ = Producer’s claims

 

Query 6 of 40

5.zero Factors

   

A two-tailed take a look at is carried out on the 5% significance degree. Which of the z-scores under is the smallest one which results in rejection of the null speculation?

 

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A. 1.12

 

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B. 1.48

 

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C. 1.84

 

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D. 2.15

 

Query 7 of 40

5.zero Factors

   

A client advocacy group claims that the imply quantity of juice in a 16 ounce bottled drink shouldn't be 16 ounces, as said by the bottler. Decide the conclusion of the speculation take a look at assuming that the outcomes of the sampling result in rejection of the null speculation.

 

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A. Conclusion: Assist the declare that the imply is the same as 16 ounces.

 

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B. Conclusion: Assist the declare that the imply is bigger than 16 ounces.

 

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C. Conclusion: Assist the declare that the imply shouldn't be equal to 16 ounces.

 

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D. Conclusion: Assist the declare that the imply is lower than 16 ounces.

 

Query eight of 40

5.zero Factors

   

z = 1.eight for Ha:  µ >  claimed worth. What's the P-value for the take a look at?  

 

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A. zero.9641

 

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B. three.59

 

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C. 96.41

 

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D. zero.0359

 

Query 9 of 40

5.zero Factors

   

A protracted-distance phone firm claims that the imply period of long-distance phone calls originating in a single city was higher than 9.four minutes, which is the typical for the state. Decide the conclusion of the speculation take a look at assuming that the outcomes of the sampling don't result in rejection of the null speculation.

 

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A. Conclusion: Assist the declare that the imply is lower than 9.four minutes.

 

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B. Conclusion: Assist the declare that the imply is bigger than 9.four minutes.

 

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C. Conclusion: Assist the declare that the imply is the same as 9.four minutes.

 

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D. Conclusion: Don't assist the declare that the imply is bigger than 9.four minutes.

 

Query 10 of 40

5.zero Factors

   

A producer claims that the imply quantity of juice in its 16 ounce bottles is 16.1 ounces. A client advocacy group desires to carry out a speculation take a look at to find out whether or not the imply quantity is definitely lower than this. The imply quantity of juice for a random pattern of 70 bottles was 15.94 ounces. Do the info present ample proof to conclude that the imply quantity of juice for all 16-ounce bottles, µ, is lower than 16.1 ounces? Carry out the suitable speculation take a look at utilizing a significance degree of zero.10. Assume that s = zero.9 ounces.  

 

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The z of - 1.49 supplies ample proof to conclude that the imply quantity of juice is lower than 16.1 oz.

 

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B.

The z of - 1.49 doesn't present ample proof to conclude that the imply quantity of juice is lower than 16.1 oz.

 

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C.

The z of - zero.1778 doesn't present ample proof to conclude that the imply quantity of juice is lower than 16.1 oz.

 

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D.

The z of - zero.1778 supplies ample proof to conclude that the imply quantity of juice is lower than 16.1 oz.

 

Query 11 of 40

5.zero Factors

   

A nationwide research of American owners revealed that 65% have a number of garden mowers. A garden gear producer, positioned in Omaha, feels the estimate is simply too low for households in Omaha. Discover the P-value for a take a look at of the declare that the proportion with garden mowers in Omaha is larger than 65%. Amongst 497 randomly chosen properties in Omaha, 340 had a number of garden mowers. Use Desk 5.1 to seek out the very best reply.

 

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A. zero.zero559

 

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B. zero.1118

 

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C. zero.0252

 

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D. zero.0505

 

Query 12 of 40

5.zero Factors

   

At one college, the imply period of time that tenth-graders spend watching tv every week is 18.four hours. The principal introduces a marketing campaign to encourage the scholars to observe much less tv. One 12 months later, the principal desires to carry out a speculation take a look at to find out whether or not the typical period of time spent watching tv per week has decreased.
Formulate the null and different hypotheses for the research described.

 

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A.

Ho: µ = 18.four hours     H a : µ ¹ 18.four hours

 

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B.

Ho: µ = 18.four hours     H a : µ < 18.four hours

 

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C.

Ho: µ ³ 18.four hours     H a : µ < 18.four hours

 

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D.

Ho: µ = 18.four hours     H a : µ > 18.four hours

 

Query 13 of 40

5.zero Factors

   

A two-tailed take a look at is carried out on the 5% significance degree. What's the P-value required to reject the null speculation?

 

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A. Higher than or equal to zero.10

 

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B. Lower than or equal to zero.05

 

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C. Lower than or equal to zero.10

 

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D. Higher than or equal to zero.05

 

Query 14 of 40

5.zero Factors

   

Prior to now, the imply operating time for a sure kind of flashlight battery has been eight.zero hours. The producer has launched a change within the manufacturing methodology and needs to carry out a speculation take a look at to find out whether or not the imply operating time has elevated in consequence. The hypotheses are:

Hzero : µ  = eight.zero hours

Ha : µ  > eight.zero hours

Clarify the that means of a Kind II error.

 

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A. Concluding that µ > eight.zero hours when actually µ > eight.zero hours

 

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B. Failing to reject the speculation that µ = eight.zero hours when actually µ > 
eight.zero hours

 

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C. Concluding that µ > eight.zero hours

 

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D. Failing to reject the speculation that µ = eight.zero hours when actually µ = eight.zero hours

 

Query 15 of 40

5.zero Factors

   

A psychologist claims that greater than 19 p.c of the inhabitants suffers from skilled issues attributable to excessive shyness. Assume speculation take a look at of the declare has been carried out and that the conclusion of the take a look at was to reject the null speculation. Determine the inhabitants to which the outcomes of the take a look at apply.

 

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A. The inhabitants is all shy staff.

 

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B. The inhabitants can't be recognized from the outline of the research.

 

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C. The inhabitants is all American staff.

 

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D. The inhabitants is all American skilled staff (docs, legal professionals, CPA’s, and the like..

 

Query 16 of 40

5.zero Factors

   

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with out computing a P-value, decide whether or not the alternate speculation is supported and provides a motive in your conclusion.

 

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A.

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B.

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C.

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D.

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Query 17 of 40

5.zero Factors

   

The proprietor of a soccer group claims that the typical attendance at house video games is over 3000, and he's subsequently justified in transferring the group to a metropolis with a bigger stadium. Assuming speculation take a look at of the declare has been carried out and that the conclusion is failure to reject the null speculation, state the conclusion in non-technical phrases.

 

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A. There may be ample proof to assist the declare that the imply attendance is bigger than 3000.

 

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B. There may be ample proof to assist the declare that the imply attendance is the same as 3000.

 

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C. There may be not ample proof to assist the declare that the imply attendance is bigger than 3000.

 

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D. There may be not ample proof to assist the declare that the imply attendance is lower than 3000.

 

Query 18 of 40

5.zero Factors

   

A researcher claims that the quantities of acetaminophen in a sure model of chilly tablets have a imply completely different from the 600 mg claimed by the producer. Take a look at this declare on the zero.02 degree of significance. The imply acetaminophen content material for a random pattern of n = 41 tablets is 603.three mg. Assume that the inhabitants normal deviation is four.9 mg.

 

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A. Because the take a look at statistic is bigger than the essential z, there may be ample proof to just accept the null speculation and to assist the declare that the imply content material of acetaminophen is 600 mg.

 

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B. Because the take a look at statistic is bigger than the essential z, there may be ample proof to reject the null speculation and to assist the declare that the imply content material of acetaminophen shouldn't be 600 mg.

 

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C. Because the take a look at statistic is lower than the essential z, there may be ample proof to reject the null speculation and to assist the declare that the imply content material of acetaminophen shouldn't be 600 mg.

 

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D. Because the take a look at statistic is bigger than the essential z, there may be inadequate proof to reject the null speculation and to assist the declare that the imply content material of acetaminophen shouldn't be 600 mg.

 

Query 19 of 40

5.zero Factors

   

Prior to now, the imply operating time for a sure kind of flashlight battery has been 9.eight hours. The producer has launched a change within the manufacturing methodology and needs to carry out a speculation take a look at to find out whether or not the imply operating time has elevated in consequence. The hypotheses are:

Hzero : µ  = 9.eight hours

Ha : µ  > 9.eight hours

Suppose that the outcomes of the sampling result in rejection of the null speculation. Classify that conclusion as a Kind I error, a Kind II error, or an accurate determination, if actually the imply operating time has not elevated.

 

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A. Kind I error

 

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B. Kind II error

 

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C. Right determination

 

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D. Can't be decided from this data

 

Query 20 of 40

5.zero Factors

   

A research of a model of “within the shell peanuts” provides the next outcomes:

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A major occasion on the zero.01 degree is a fan getting a bag with what number of peanuts?

 

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A. 30 peanuts

 

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B. 25 or 30 peanuts

 

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C. 25 or 55 peanuts

 

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D. 25 peanuts

 

Query 21 of 40

5.zero Factors

   

The next information had been analyzed utilizing one-way evaluation of variance.

A

B

C

34

27

19

26

23

21

31

29

22

28

21

12

Which one of many following statements is appropriate?

 

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A. The aim of the evaluation is to find out whether or not the teams A, B, and C are impartial.

 

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B. The aim of the evaluation is to check the speculation that the inhabitants technique of the three teams are equal.

 

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C. The aim of the evaluation is to check the speculation that the inhabitants variances of the three teams are equal.

 

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D. The aim of the evaluation is to check the speculation that the pattern technique of the three teams are equal.

 

Query 22 of 40

5.zero Factors

   

A golfer wished to discover a ball that might journey greater than 170 yards when hit together with his 6-iron with a membership head velocity of 90 miles per hour. He had a golf gear lab take a look at a low compression ball by having a robotic swing his membership 12 instances on the required velocity. State the null and different hypotheses for this take a look at.

 

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A.

Hzero: µ > 170; Ha: µ = 170

 

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B.

Hzero: µ < 170; Ha: µ = 170

 

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C.

Hzero: µ = 170; Ha: µ > 170

 

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D.

Hzero: µ = 160; Ha: µ > 160

 

Query 23 of 40

5.zero Factors

   

The margin of error in estimating the inhabitants imply of a traditional inhabitants is E = 9.three when the pattern measurement is 15. If the pattern measurement had been 18 and the pattern normal deviation didn't change, would the margin of error be bigger or smaller than 9.three? Clarify your reply.

 

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A. Smaller. E decreases because the sq. root of the pattern measurement will get bigger.

 

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B. Smaller. E will increase because the sq. root of the pattern measurement will get bigger.

 

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C. Bigger. E decreases because the sq. root of the pattern measurement will get bigger.

 

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D. Bigger. E will increase because the sq. root of the pattern measurement will get bigger.

 

Query 24 of 40

5.zero Factors

   

A golfer wished to discover a ball that might journey greater than 160 yards when hit together with his 7-iron with a membership velocity of 90 miles per hour. He had a golf gear lab take a look at a low compression ball by having a robotic swing his membership eight instances on the required velocity. State the null and different hypotheses for this take a look at.

 

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A.

Hzero: µ = 160; Ha: µ > 150

 

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B.

Hzero: µ = 150; Ha: µ > 150

 

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C.

Hzero: µ = 160; Ha: µ > 160

 

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D.

Hzero: µ = 140; Ha: µ > 160

 

Query 25 of 40

5.zero Factors

   

A 95% confidence interval for the imply of a traditional inhabitants is discovered to be 17.6 < µ < 23.6. What's the margin of error?

 

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A. 2.zero

 

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B. 2.7

 

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C. three.zero

 

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D. four.zero

 

Query 26 of 40

5.zero Factors

   

A easy random pattern from a traditional distribution is taken to be able to get hold of a 95% confidence interval for the inhabitants imply. If the pattern measurement is eight, the pattern imply x̄ is 22, and the pattern normal deviation is 6.three, what's the margin of error? Present your reply to 2 decimal locations.

 

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A. df = 7; E = three.3445.38 = 5.6566

 

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B. df = eight; E = three.3445.38 = 5.6566

 

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C. df = 6; E = 2.3656.38 = 5.769

 

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D. df = 7; E = 2.3656.38 = 5.869

 

Query 27 of 40

5.zero Factors

   

Which of the next statements is true?

 

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A.

The t distribution can be utilized when discovering a confidence interval for the inhabitants imply at any time when the pattern measurement is small.

 

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B. The p distribution can be utilized when discovering a confidence interval for the inhabitants imply at any time when the pattern measurement is small.

 

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C. The t distribution can't be used when discovering a confidence interval for the inhabitants imply at any time when the pattern measurement is small.

 

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D. The p distribution can't be used when discovering a confidence interval for the pattern imply at any time when the pattern measurement is small.

 

Query 28 of 40

5.zero Factors

   

The margin of error in estimating the inhabitants imply of a traditional inhabitants is E = 9.three when the pattern measurement is 15. If the pattern measurement had been 25 and the pattern normal deviation didn't change, would the margin of error be bigger or smaller than 9.three?

 

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A. Smaller. E will increase because the sq. root of the pattern measurement will get bigger.

 

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B. Smaller. E decreases because the sq. root of the pattern measurement will get bigger.

 

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C. Bigger. E decreases because the sq. root of the pattern measurement will get bigger.

 

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D. Bigger. E will increase because the sq. root of the pattern measurement will get bigger.

 

Query 29 of 40

5.zero Factors

   

100 persons are chosen at random and examined for colorblindness to find out whether or not gender and colorblindness are impartial. The next counts had been noticed.

 

Colorblind

Not Colorblind

Whole

Male

7

53

60

Feminine

1

39

40

Whole

eight

92

100

Discover the worth of the X2 statistic for the info above.

 

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A. 1.325

 

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B. 1.318

 

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C. 1.286

 

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D. 1.264

 

Query 30 of 40

5.zero Factors

   

A golfer wished to discover a ball that might journey greater than 160 yards when hit together with his 7-iron with a membership velocity of 90 miles per hour. He had a golf gear lab take a look at a low compression ball by having a robotic swing his membership eight instances on the required velocity.

Knowledge from this take a look at resulted in a pattern imply of 163.2 yards with a pattern normal deviation of 5.eight yards. Assuming normality, perform a speculation take a look at on the zero.05 significance degree to find out whether or not the ball meets the golfer’s necessities. Use the partial t-table under to resolve this downside.

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A.

Don't reject the null speculation. The information don't present ample
proof that the typical distance is bigger than 160 yards.

 

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B. Reject the null speculation. The information does present ample proof that the typical distance is bigger than 160 yards.

 

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C. t= 1.2334; Crucial worth = 1.992

 

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D. Inadequate data to reply this query.

 

Query 31 of 40

5.zero Factors

   

A golfer wished to discover a ball that might journey greater than 180 yards when hit together with his 5-iron with a membership velocity of 90 miles per hour. He had a golf gear lab take a look at a low compression ball by having a robotic swing his membership 7 instances on the required velocity. State the null and different hypotheses for this take a look at.

 

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A.

Hzero:  µ = 180; Ha:  µ > 180

 

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B.

Hzero: µ > 180; Ha: µ > 180

 

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C.

Hzero: µ < 180; Ha: µ > 180

 

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D.

Hzero: µ = 180; Ha: µ < 180

 

Query 32 of 40

5.zero Factors

   

100 persons are chosen at random and examined for colorblindness to find out whether or not gender and colorblindness are impartial.

The essential worth of X2 for a 2 x 2 desk utilizing a zero.05 significance degree is three.841. If the worth of the X2 statistic is three.427, state your conclusion concerning the relationship between gender and colorblindness.

 

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A.

Don't reject Hzero. There may be not ample proof to assist the declare that gender and colorblindness are associated.

 

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B.

Don't reject Hzero. There may be ample proof to assist the declare that gender and colorblindness are associated.

 

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C.

Reject Hzero. There may be not ample proof to assist the declare that gender and colorblindness are associated.

 

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D.

Reject Hzero. There may be ample proof to assist the declare that gender and colorblindness are associated.

 

Query 33 of 40

5.zero Factors

   

A golfer wished to discover a ball that might journey greater than 180 yards when hit together with his 5-iron with a membership velocity of 90 miles per hour. He had a golf gear lab take a look at a low compression ball by having a robotic swing his membership 7 instances on the required velocity.

Knowledge from this take a look at resulted in a pattern imply of 184.2 yards and a pattern normal deviation of 5.eight yards. Assuming normality, perform a speculation take a look at on the zero.05 significance degree to find out whether or not the ball meets the golfer’s necessities. Use the partial t-table under.

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A.

Reject the null speculation. The information don't present ample proof that the typical distance is bigger than 180 yards.

 

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B.

Reject the null speculation. The information do present ample proof that the typical distance is bigger than 180 yards.

 

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C.

Don't reject the null speculation. The information do present ample proof that the typical distance is bigger than 180 yards.

 

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D.

Don't reject the null speculation. The information don't present ample proof that the typical distance is bigger than 180 yards.

 

Query 34 of 40

5.zero Factors

   

A big take a look at statistic F tells us that the pattern means __________ the info throughout the particular person samples, which might be unlikely if the populations means actually had been equal (because the null speculation claims).

 

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A. differ greater than

 

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B. differ lower than

 

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C. are equal to

 

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D. don't differ with

 

Query 35 of 40

5.zero Factors

   

100 persons are chosen at random and examined for colorblindness to find out whether or not gender and colorblindness are impartial. The next counts had been noticed.

 

Colorblind

Not Colorblind

Whole

Male

eight

52

60

Feminine

2

38

40

Whole

10

90

100

State the null and different speculation for the take a look at related to this information.

 

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A.

Hzero: Colorblindness and gender are dependent traits.
Ha: Colorblindness and gender are usually not associated in any manner.

 

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B.

Hzero:  Colorblindness and gender are dependent traits.
Ha:  Colorblindness and gender are associated indirectly.

 

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C.

Hzero: Colorblindness and gender are impartial traits.
Ha: Colorblindness and gender are usually not associated in any manner.

 

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D.

Hzero: Colorblindness and gender are impartial traits.
Ha: Colorblindness and gender are associated indirectly.

 

Query 36 of 40

5.zero Factors

   

A 95% confidence interval for the imply of a traditional inhabitants is discovered to be 13.2 < µ < 22.four. What's the margin of error?

 

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A. four.6

 

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B. four.four

 

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C. four.2

 

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D. 5.6

 

Query 37 of 40

5.zero Factors

   

A 95% confidence interval for the imply of a traditional inhabitants is discovered to be 15.6 < µ < 25.2. What's the margin of error?

 

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A. three.9

 

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B. four.eight

 

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C. four.9

 

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D. three.7

 

Query 38 of 40

5.zero Factors

   

Which of the next statements is true?

 

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A. The p distribution can't be used when discovering a confidence interval for the inhabitants imply with a small pattern anytime the inhabitants normal deviation is unknown.

 

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B. The t distribution can be utilized when discovering a confidence interval for the inhabitants imply with a small pattern anytime the inhabitants normal deviation is unknown.

 

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C. The t distribution can't be used when discovering a confidence interval for the inhabitants imply with a small pattern anytime the inhabitants normal deviation is unknown.

 

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D. The p distribution can be utilized when discovering a confidence interval for the inhabitants imply with a small pattern anytime the inhabitants normal deviation is unknown.

 

Query 39 of 40

5.zero Factors

   

100 persons are chosen at random and examined for colorblindness to find out whether or not gender and colorblindness are impartial. The next counts had been noticed.

 

Colorblind

Not Colorblind

Whole

Male

7

53

60

Feminine

1

39

40

Whole

eight

92

100

If gender and colorblindness are impartial, discover the anticipated values similar to the feminine combos of gender and colorblindness.

 

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A. Colorblind Feminine four.eight; Not Colorblind Feminine 55.2

 

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B. Colorblind Feminine three.2; Not Colorblind Feminine 36.eight

 

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C. Colorblind Feminine four.eight; Not Colorblind Feminine 35.2

 

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D. Colorblind Feminine three.eight; Not Colorblind Feminine 36.2

 

Query 40 of 40

5.zero Factors

   

100 persons are chosen at random and examined for colorblindness to find out whether or not gender and colorblindness are impartial.

The essential worth of X2 for a 2 x 2 desk utilizing a zero.05 significance degree is three.841. If the worth of the X2 statistic is three.179, state your conclusion concerning the relationship between gender and colorblindness.

 

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A.

Don't reject Hzero.

 

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B.

Reject Hzero.

 

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C.

There may be ample proof to assist the declare that gender and colorblindness are usually not associated.

 

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D.

There may be not ample proof to just accept or reject Hzero.