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Stacy Hatten Started: December 7, 2011 5:51 PM Questions: 60 Finish 1. (Points: 1) Save All Help

The Central Limit Theorem is important in statistics because _____.

1. for any size sample, it says the sampling distribution of the sample mean is approximately normal 2. for any population, it says the sampling distribution of the sample mean is approximately normal, regardless of the sample size 3. for a large n, it says the sampling distribution of the sample mean is approximately normal, regardless of the population 4. for a large n, it says the population is approximately normal

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The registrar's office at State University would like to determine a 95% confidence interval for the mean commute time of its students. A member of the staff randomly chooses a parking lot and surveys the first 200 students who park in the chosen lot on a given day. The confidence interval is

1. 2. 3.

not meaningful because the sampling distribution of the sample mean is not normal. meaningful because the sample is representative of the population not meaningful because of the lack of random sampling.

4. meaningful because the sample size exceeds 30 and the Central Limit Theorem ensures normality of the sampling distribution of the sample mean. Save Answer

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A revenue department is under orders to reduce the time small business owners spend filling out pension form ABC-5500. Previously the average time spent on the form was 5.2 hours. In order to test whether the time to fill out the form has been reduced, a sample of 65 small business owners who annually complete the form was randomly chosen, and their completion times recorded. The mean completion time for ABC-5500 form was 4.8 hours with a standard deviation of 2.6 hours. In order to test that the time to complete the form has been reduced, state the appropriate null and alternative hypotheses.

1. 2. 3. 4.

H0: mu = 5.2 and Ha: mu not = 52 H0: mu > 52 and Ha: mu < 52 H0: mu = 52 and Ha: mu > 52 H0: mu >= 52 and Ha: mu < 52

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Given Ho: µ = 25, Ha :µ ≠ 25, and p = 0.033. Do you reject or fail to reject Ho at the .01 level of significance?

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Reject H0 Fail to reject Not sufficient information to decide

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A bottling company produces bottles that hold 8 ounces of liquid. Periodically, the company gets complaints that their bottles are not holding enough liquid. To test this claim, the bottling company randomly samples 36 bottles and finds the average amount of liquid held by the bottles is 7.9155 ounces with a standard deviation of 0.30 ounce. Suppose the p-value of this test is 0.0455. State the proper conclusion.

1. 2. 3.

At alpha - .05 reject the null hypothesis At alpha = .025 reject the null hypothesis At α = 0.085, fail to reject the null hypothesis.

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7171 -.08365 Std.00491 t 29.. Computer printouts for the analysis are given below: NWEIGHTED LEAST SQUARES LINEAR REGRESSION OF TIME60 Predictor Variables Constant MAX Coefficient 18.443 537.tp9522199562141/allViewAssessment. 12/7/2011 .2869 ADJUSTED R-SQARED = .7% Save Answer 7.0000 .Assessment Page 3 of 26 4.83 p-val .285 163. RESIDUAL MEAN SQ.6937. df 1 127 123 SS 374. 2. (Points: 1) In a comprehensive road test on new car models.728 MS 374. a regression analysis is conducted on a random sample of 129 new cars. one variable measured is the time it takes the car to accelerate from 0 to 60 miles per hour. (MSE) = 1. (Points: 1) https://vista.6960.63708 .38 -17.13444 Source Regression Residual Total CASES INCLUDED 129.0000 R-SQUARED = . STANDARD ERRO = 1. 3. 4.0000 MISSING CASES 0 Approximately what percentage of the sample variation in acceleration time can be explained by the simple linear model? 1.05 p-value ..285 1.28695 F 290. 0% -17% 70% 18. Error . accept the null hypothesis Save Answer 6. TIME60 : y = Elapsed time (in seconds) from 0 mph to 60 mph MAX x = Maximum speed attained (miles per hour) The simple linear model E(y) = beta0 + beta1*x was fit to the data. To model acceleration time. At α = 0..unm.edu/webct/urw/lc9522075409151.035.

2. Identify the population of interest to the university administration. the 160 students about whom the data were collected the entire set of faculty. (Points: 1) Suppose a large labor union wishes to estimate the mean number of hours per month a union member is absent from work. 4. 95% of similarly constructed intervals would contain the value of the sampled mean.Assessment Page 4 of 26 Parking at a university has become a problem. 3. 1. (Points: 1) Explain what the phrase 95% confident means when we interpret a 95% confidence interval for µ.edu/webct/urw/lc9522075409151. and students who park at the university the students who park at the university between 9 and 10 AM on Wednesdays the entire set of students who park at the university Save Answer 8. University administrators are interested in determining the average time it takes a student to find a parking spot...95.tp9522199562141/allViewAssessment. At the end of the month. Which of the following should be used to estimate the parameter of interest for this problem? 1.. staff.unm. 1. 2. The probability that the sample mean falls in the calculated interval is 0. A large sample confidence interval for mu A small sample confidence interval for mu A small sample confidence interval for p A large sample confidence interval for p Save Answer 9. 12/7/2011 . The union decides to sample 339 of its members at random and monitor the working time of each of them for 1 month. 4. 3. 2. the total number of hours absent from work is recorded for each employee. https://vista. An administrator inconspicuously followed 160 students and recorded how long it took each of them to find a parking spot. 95% of the observations in the population fall within the bounds of the calculated interval. 3.

Five hundred questionnaires were returned. Type III error Type II error Type I error No error occurred in the statistical sense. c.Assessment Page 5 of 26 4. Save Answer 11..000 homeowners in the state capital. b. 2. Save Answer 10. d. What type of error occurred in the statistical test? 1.. Consider the events: A: {The home is constructed of brick} B: {The home is more than 30 years old} In terms of A and B. (Points: 1) An insurance company sets up a statistical test with a null hypothesis that the average time for processing a claim is 3 days. a. Suppose an experiment consists of randomly selecting one of the returned questionnaires.. describe a home that is constructed of brick and is less than or equal to 30 years old. 4. it is eventually learned that the mean process time is really 3 days. it is concluded that the average time exceeds 3 days. However. A state energy agency mailed questionnaires on energy conservation to 1. A B A∩B A ∩ Bc (A ∩ B)c Save Answer https://vista. 3. In repeated sampling.unm. 12/7/2011 . After completing the statistical test. (Points: 1) Solve the problem. 95% of similarly constructed intervals contain the value of the population mean. and an alternative hypothesis that the average time for processing a claim is greater than 3 days.edu/webct/urw/lc9522075409151.tp9522199562141/allViewAssessment.

-1. where µ is the true mean weight of the cartridges. H0: µ = 10 vs.. Summary statistics for the sample are: To determine whether the supplier's claim is true. The customer has been assured that the mean weight of these cartridges is in excess cartridges are of the 10 ounces printed on each cartridge.. consider the test.e.unm. a sample of randomly selected from the shipment and carefully weighed. Prices for the weekly shipments of frogs follow the distribution below: https://vista.25.66 -0.edu/webct/urw/lc9522075409151. d. An industrial supplier has shipped a truckload of teflon lubricant cartridges to an aerospace customer. c.821. where t depends on 9 df t > 2.50 Save Answer 13. 12/7/2011 . (Points: 1) Solve the problem. The test statistic in this problem is approximately: a. A lab orders a shipment of 100 frogs each week.00 1..00 -0. A company claims that 9 out of 10 doctors (i. Find the rejection region for the test using a. where t depends on 9 df z > 2. b. t > 3.tp9522199562141/allViewAssessment.. d.58 Save Answer 14. (Points: 1) Solve the problem. To check this claim. b. (Points: 1) Solve the problem. c.Assessment Page 6 of 26 12. a random sample of 100 doctors was chosen which resulted in 87 who indicate that they recommend this cough syrup. To test this claim against the alternative that the actual proportion is less than 90%. 90%) recommend its brand of cough syrup to their patients.33 |z| > 2.

Save Answer 16. The average cost for all weekly frog purchases is $11.tp9522199562141/allViewAssessment. c. (Points: 1) Solve the problem. A small sample confidence interval for µ.88.edu/webct/urw/lc9522075409151. A random sample of 526 games is selected and the results are given below. The median cost for the distribution of frog costs is $11. the total number of hours absent from work is recorded for each employee. 12/7/2011 .. A small sample confidence interval for p. The frog cost that occurs more often than any other is $11. https://vista.unm.01.88. c. Save Answer 15. b.88 per week. A large sample confidence interval for µ. a. d. Interpret this value.88. d.88. Suppose a large labor union wishes to estimate the mean number of hours per month a union member is absent from work. Which of the following should be used to estimate the parameter of interest for this problem? a. Use α = 0. Calculate the chi-square test statistic χ2 used to test the claim that the number of home team and visiting team wins is independent of the sport. The union decides to sample 357 of its members at random and monitor the working time of each of them for 1 month. At the end of the month. A large sample confidence interval for p. Most of the weeks resulted in frog costs of $11..Assessment Page 7 of 26 Suppose the mean cost of the frogs is $11. (Points: 1) Solve the problem. b. A sports researcher is interested in determining if there is a relationship between the number of home team and visiting team wins and different sports..

(Points: 1) Solve the problem.brand2) males (sex=0..290 5. Below is a printout comparing the taste preferences of men and women. Using the test statistic given. females) (NUMBER = 56) X = males Y = females SAMPLE SAMPLE SAMPLE SAMPLE PROPORTION OF X = 0. A cola manufacturer invited consumers to take a blind taste test.edu/webct/urw/lc9522075409151.422018 SIZE OF X = 109 PROPORTION OF Y = 0. compute the appropriate p-value for the test. X = PROP. Y SAMPLES SELECTED FROM soda(brand1. c. b.unm.25 SIZE OF Y = 52 PROPORTION X . c.0340 .172018 Z = 2.2119 Save Answer https://vista. 4.4681 .192 2. b. HYPOTHESIS: PROP. a. d.0170 .919 3. The manufacturer was also interested in what factors played a role in taste preferences.391 Save Answer 17. males) (NUMBER = 115) females (sex=1. Consumers were asked to decide which of two sodas they preferred.tp9522199562141/allViewAssessment. 12/7/2011 . d.11825 Suppose the manufacturer wanted to test to determine if the males preferred its brand more than the females.Assessment Page 8 of 26 a.. .PROPORTION Y = 0..

H0: µ = 50 vs. On 39% of the days she sells only two pies.76 -$8. (Points: 1) Solve the problem. b. c.edu/webct/urw/lc9522075409151. On 10% of the days. Ha: µ ≤ 50 H0: µ = 50 vs. what is her expected profit for a day's worth of pies? [Assume that any leftover pies are given away. $4.000 people yielded the following data on the number of tissues used during a cold: = 39. she sells 4 pies. If Mama Temte sells her pies for $4 each... Ha: µ < 50 H0: µ = 50 vs. (Points: 1) Solve the problem. (Points: 1) Solve the problem.. Suppose a random sample of 10.Assessment Page 9 of 26 18. b. s = 15. Consider the following set of salary data: https://vista. Ha: µ > 50 H0: µ > 50 vs.96 $16. d.96 -$7. Ha: µ ≠ 50 Save Answer 19.tp9522199562141/allViewAssessment. Mamma Temte bakes six pies each day at a cost of $2 each.00 Save Answer 20. a. d. 12/7/2011 .] a.unm. How many tissues should a package of tissues contain? Researchers have determined that a person uses an average of 50 tissues during a cold. and on the remaining 51% of the days. she sells all six pies. Identify the null and alternative hypothesis for a test to determine if the mean number of tissues used during a cold is less than 50. c.

c. Ha: µ1 .µ2 = 0 vs.. 12/7/2011 . H0: µ1 .Assessment Page 10 of 26 To determine if women have a higher mean salary than men.. (Points: 1) Solve the problem.unm. b. The time for this event for boys in secondary school is known to possess a normal distribution with a mean of 470 seconds and a standard deviation of 60 seconds. while the mean and standard deviation. What time would the boys need to beat in order to earn a certificate of recognition from the fitness association? a.8 seconds 568. 393. The probability of success.7 seconds Save Answer 22.µ2 = 0 vs. d. A physical fitness association is including the mile run in its secondary-school fitness test. (Points: 1) https://vista. Ha: µ1 . p..µ2 < 0 H0: µ1 . b. µ and σ.3 seconds 546.µ2 = 0 vs.µ2 = 0 H0: µ1 . a. are statistics. b. we would test: a. The fitness association wants to recognize the fastest 10% of the boys with certificates of recognition. Ha: µ1 . (Points: 1) Answer the question True or False. d. Ha: µ1 .µ2 > 0 H0: µ1 .µ2 = 0 vs. in a binomial experiment is a parameter. True False Save Answer 23.µ2 ≠ 0 Save Answer 21.2 seconds 371.tp9522199562141/allViewAssessment. c.edu/webct/urw/lc9522075409151.

What is the probability associated with not making a Type II error? a. (1 .. 12/7/2011 . b. In order to reduce item-toitem variation. c. A local consumer reporter wants to compare the average costs of grocery items purchased at three different supermarkets. Identify the treatments for this experiment. d.β) α (1 . The sampling distribution for χ2 works well when expected counts are very small.tp9522199562141/allViewAssessment. B. and C..α) β Save Answer 24. d. c. (Points: 1) Solve the problem.Assessment Page 11 of 26 Solve the problem.unm. https://vista. a. A. the three supermarkets the 60 grocery items the day on which the data were collected the 60 × 3 = 180 prices Save Answer 25.edu/webct/urw/lc9522075409151. (Points: 1) Answer the question True or False. Prices (in dollars) were recorded for a sample of 60 randomly selected grocery items at each of the three supermarkets.. b. the prices were recorded for each item on the same day at each supermarket.

and tracks the product sales attributable to each campaign in each city. each in 9 different cities.. b. A teacher finds that final grades in the statistics department are distributed as: A.. 25%. designed observational Save Answer 27.. Find the probability that a blue or yellow highlighter is selected given that a yellow highlighter is selected. 0 1 d. c. 4 green.tp9522199562141/allViewAssessment. An advertising firm conducts 11 different campaigns. Determine whether the experiment is observational or designed.edu/webct/urw/lc9522075409151. Save Answer 28. https://vista. (Points: 1) Solve the problem. An experiment consists of randomly selecting one of the highlighters and recording its color. An economy pack of highlighters contains 12 yellow. 6 blue. B. a. (Points: 1) Solve the problem. 12/7/2011 . b. True False Save Answer 26. b.unm.Assessment Page 12 of 26 a. to promote a certain product. a. (Points: 1) Solve the problem. and 3 orange highlighters.

. d. b.25 3..01.. 12/7/2011 . (Points: 1) Solve the problem.975 0. for v1 = 5. a.82 Save Answer 29. (Points: 1) Solve the problem. 40%. d.52 0. 0. 0.27 Save Answer 30. b. F. At the end of a randomly selected semester. c. Find the following: P(F ≤ 2. 5%.tp9522199562141/allViewAssessment.41 6. Use α = 0. 5%. 5.Assessment Page 13 of 26 25%.71). v2 = 20 a.edu/webct/urw/lc9522075409151. C. D. c. Calculate the chi-square test statistic χ used to determine if the grade distribution for the department is different than expected. b. Find the probability that x exceeds 5.75 0. the following grades 2 were recorded.48 0.unm. a. Consider the given discrete probability distribution.95 https://vista.87 4.

25 . Ha: µ < 18. 10 are earning an A.. In a class of 40 students. (Points: 1) Solve the problem. 12/7/2011 . d. Given H0: µ = 18. HYPOTHESIS: MEAN X = x https://vista.unm.Assessment Page 14 of 26 c. b..05 0. Do you reject or fail to reject H0 at the . c. (Points: 1) Solve the problem. d.edu/webct/urw/lc9522075409151.. find the probability that the student is a woman or earning an A.8 . b. and p = 0. .025 Save Answer 31.05 level of significance? a.tp9522199562141/allViewAssessment. fail to reject H0 reject H0 not sufficient information to decide Save Answer 32. c. and 7 are women that are earning an A. If a student is randomly selected from the class. The following printout concentrated on the land value variable from the sampled properties.625 .070. Data were collected from the sale of 25 properties by a local real estate agent. (Points: 1) Solve the problem. a. 22 are women.975 Save Answer 33. 0.

A recent article in the paper claims that business ethics are at an all-time low.1918585 p = 0. a.0959288 p = 0. find the mean square for error (MSE).000 and there are 40 total experimental units with eight total treatments.unm. d. 12/7/2011 .808142 Save Answer 34. p = 0. c. 300 375 400 308 Save Answer 35.. b.906. the paper claims that 33% of all employees believe their company president https://vista. (Points: 1) Solve the problem. c. a. d. Given that the sum of squares for error (SSE) for an ANOVA F-test is 12. Reporting on a recent sample.tp9522199562141/allViewAssessment.Assessment Page 15 of 26 Find the p-value for testing whether the mean land value differs from $48. b.edu/webct/urw/lc9522075409151. (Points: 1) Solve the problem...308142 p = 0.

A and B are both empty events. c. (Points: 1) Answer the question True or False. b..unm.000 people does not believe the paper's claim applies to her company. If the claim is true.tp9522199562141/allViewAssessment.. A and B are complementary events. Save Answer 38. If P(A B) = 1 and P(A ∩ B) = 0. (Points: 1) https://vista.. True False Save Answer 37. Assume that responses were randomly and independently collected. A and B are supplementary events. then which statement is true? a. d. how many of her company's employees believe that she possesses low ethical standards? a. A president of a local company that employs 1.Assessment Page 16 of 26 possesses low ethical standards. b.edu/webct/urw/lc9522075409151. c. The sample standard deviation of differences sd is equal to the difference of the sample standard deviations a. d. b. 330 670 967 33 Save Answer 36. A and B are reciprocal events. (Points: 1) Solve the problem. 12/7/2011 .

(Points: 1) Solve the problem. d. c. 2 a..005 0. When the sample size is small.995 0. b. True False Save Answer 41.96 2. such that P(-z0 ≤ z ≤ z0) = 0. c. a. 12/7/2011 .99 Save Answer 39. 1. b. called z0.645 1.edu/webct/urw/lc9522075409151.tp9522199562141/allViewAssessment.unm. (Points: 1) https://vista. b.75) for df = 5. confidence intervals for a population proportion are more reliable when the population proportion p is near 0 or 1..Assessment Page 17 of 26 Solve the problem.010 0. 0. (Points: 1) Answer the question True or False..990 Save Answer 40. d.98. Find a value of the standard normal random variable z.33 . a. Use the appropriate table to find the following probability: P(χ > 16.

Which binomial probability is represented on the screen below? https://vista. d. Find the probability that more than 22 of the women sampled have not been the victim of domestic abuse.. b. it is concluded that the average time exceeds 4 days. An insurance company sets up a statistical test with a null hypothesis that the average time for processing a claim is 4 days. Type III error No error occurred in the statistical sense. After completing the statistical test. it is eventually learned that the mean process time is really 4 days. 0.125791 Save Answer 43. What type of error occurred in the statistical test? a. (Points: 1) Solve the problem.. Suppose we have randomly and independently sampled twenty-five women and asked each whether she has been a victim of domestic abuse at some point in her life.tp9522199562141/allViewAssessment. d. (Points: 1) Solve the problem. and an alternative hypothesis that the average time for processing a claim is greater than 4 days. However. c. c.. 1 in every 6 women has been a victim of domestic abuse at some point in her life. 12/7/2011 . According to a recent study. a.unm.edu/webct/urw/lc9522075409151.Assessment Page 18 of 26 Solve the problem. Type I error Type II error Save Answer 42.062896 0.807120 0.188687 0. b.

. d. Describe the sampling distribution of the sample mean.3. The number of cars running a red light in a day. approximately normal with mean = 2. b. b. possesses a distribution with a mean of 2.2 and standard deviation = 0. The probability of 2 successes in 8 trials where the probability of failure is . The probability of 8 successes in 2 trials where the probability of success is . a.edu/webct/urw/lc9522075409151. (Points: 1) Solve the problem. Save Answer 44.3.3 shape unknown with mean = 2. 100% https://vista.2 and standard deviation = 3 shape unknown with mean = 2. If a data set is normally distributed.2 and standard deviation = 3 Save Answer 45. The number of cars running the red light was observed on 100 randomly chosen days and the mean number of cars calculated. at a given intersection.Assessment Page 19 of 26 a. The probability of 2 successes in 8 trials where the probability of success is .unm. c. what is the proportion of measurements you would expect to fall within a.2 and standard deviation = 0.2 cars and a standard deviation of 3. (Points: 1) Solve the problem. d. 12/7/2011 .3.3 approximately normal with mean = 2. The probability of 8 failures in 2 trials where the probability of failure is ..3. c.tp9522199562141/allViewAssessment..

(Points: 1) https://vista..Assessment Page 20 of 26 b. 15.unm. a. (Points: 1) Solve the problem.7 ± . A random sample of 250 students at a university finds that these students take a mean of 15. 68% 50% 95% Save Answer 46. (Points: 1) Solve the problem.265 15.198 15.017 15.69 F > 4.edu/webct/urw/lc9522075409151. c. Estimate the mean credit hours taken by a student each quarter using a 98% confidence interval.7 credit hours per quarter with a standard deviation of 1. b.82 Save Answer 48. 12/7/2011 .. F > 6.7 ± .8 credit hours. c.7 ± .63 F > 3. c. Identify the rejection region that should be used to test and against for a. d.7 ± . b.013 Save Answer 47. d.tp9522199562141/allViewAssessment. d.76 F > 6..

unm. b.MEAN Y = -60. Both populations have approximately normal distributions. The population means are equal. d. c. b. (Points: 1) Solve the problem...edu/webct/urw/lc9522075409151.2976 t = -4.239 Using the printout.6831 . which of the following assumptions is not necessary for the test to be valid? a. Use the standard normal distribution to find P(-2.000145377 SD.286 VARIANCE OF X = 1563. ERROR = 14. 12/7/2011 .000290753 P-VALUE/2 = 0.Assessment Page 21 of 26 Solve the problem.tp9522199562141/allViewAssessment. The population variances are equal.23468 P-VALUE = 0. a. Save Answer 49. HYPOTHESIS: MEAN X = MEAN Y SAMPLES SELECTED FROM RETURN industry 1 (low tech) (NUMBER = 15) industry 3 (consumer products) (NUMBER = 15) ___________________________________________________ X = industry1 Y = industry3 SAMPLE SAMPLE SAMPLE SAMPLE SAMPLE SAMPLE MEAN OF X = 157.25 < z < 0).45 SIZE OF X = 14 MEAN OF Y = 217.583 VARIANCE OF Y = 1601. The samples were randomly and independently selected. ..0122 https://vista.54 SIZE OF Y = 12 MEAN X . The following printout compares the mean return-to-pay ratios between CEOs in the low-tech industry with CEOs in the consumer products industry. Data was collected from CEOs of companies within both the low-tech industry and the consumer products industry.

. χ2 < 3.70039 < χ2 < 19.32511 or χ2 > 16.unm.90 ounces of soda. is used to test the null 2 hypothesis H0: σ = 155. n = 10. (Points: 1) Solve the problem. b. . Specify the appropriate rejection region. selected from a normal population.54 ounces and a standard deviation of 0.1587 .4878 .Assessment Page 22 of 26 c.0228 Save Answer 52.90 ounces of soda poured into it causes a spill and the can must go through a special cleaning process before it can be sold. Every can that has more than 12. (Points: 1) Solve the problem. α = .5122 Save Answer 50.tp9522199562141/allViewAssessment. b.. The amount of soda a dispensing machine pours into a 12-ounce can of soda follows a normal distribution with a mean of 12. c. Each can holds a maximum of 12.24697 or χ2 > 20. Ha: σ2 ≠ 155.4831 2. d.6587 . 12/7/2011 .70039 or χ2 > 19. c.edu/webct/urw/lc9522075409151.9190 χ2 < 2. d. (Points: 1) https://vista. . What is the probability that a randomly selected can will need to go through this process? a..0228 χ2 < 3.05 a. d.8413 Save Answer 51.3413 . A random sample of n observations.36 ounce.

Assessment Page 23 of 26 Solve the problem.042 0. d. d.01 where df = 20.539 2. b. Assume that the infections.997 mound-shaped (or bell shaped) Save Answer 54.47. 12/7/2011 . are independent of one another..528 Save Answer 53. Find the probability that all five of the children get the disease from their mother.3σ < x < µ + 3σ) ≈ . c. or lack thereof. c.539 -2.tp9522199562141/allViewAssessment. symmetric about µ P(µ .edu/webct/urw/lc9522075409151. (Points: 1) Solve the problem.unm.977 https://vista.σ < x < µ + σ) ≈ .528 -2.95 P(µ . That is. a. c. 2. A human gene carries a certain disease from a mother to her child with a probability rate of 0. Suppose a female carrier of the gene has five children. there is a 47% chance that the child becomes infected with the disease.. (Points: 1) Solve the problem. b. Find t0 such that the following statement is true: P(t ≤ t0) = . b. a. 0.023 0.. Let t0 be a specific value of t. Which of the following statements is not a property of the normal curve? a.

0. The game costs $9 to play. $9. A rejection region is established in each tail of the sampling distribution for a two-tailed test.Assessment Page 24 of 26 d. (Points: 1) Answer the question True or False. c. a.037 Save Answer 55.tp9522199562141/allViewAssessment. 12/7/2011 . A dice game involves rolling three dice and betting on one of the six numbers that are on the dice. a. b. b..19 -$1.50 $4.93 Save Answer 57.23 $0. and you win if the number you bet appears on any of the dice. Sample statistics are random variables.unm.. True False Save Answer 56.edu/webct/urw/lc9522075409151.. (Points: 1) Answer the question True or False. The distribution for the outcomes of the game (including the profit) is shown below: Find your expected profit from playing this game. because different samples can lead to different values of the sample statistics. d. https://vista. (Points: 1) Solve the problem.

Identify the treatments for this group. d. 12/7/2011 .. Pediatrics (PED). b. The mean of the standard normal distribution is 1 and the standard deviation is 0. IM. A certain HMO is attempting to show the benefits of managed health care to an insurance company. b..tp9522199562141/allViewAssessment. True False Save Answer 58. Which of the following represents the difference in two population proportions? https://vista.unm. a.and recorded the total per-member. To investigate this. (Points: 1) Solve the problem.. the HMO the total per-member. PED. True False Save Answer 59. a. The HMO believes that certain types of doctors are more cost-effective than others.edu/webct/urw/lc9522075409151. One theory is that primary specialty is an important factor in measuring the cost-effectiveness of physicians. the HMO obtained independent random samples of 25 HMO physicians from each of four primary specialties-. per-month charges the 100 physicians the four specialty groups GP. Internal Medicine (IM). c. per-month charges for each. (Points: 1) Answer the question True or False. b. and FP Save Answer 60.General Practice (GP). and Family Physician (FP)-. (Points: 1) Solve the problem.Assessment Page 25 of 26 a.

.µ2 p1 ...Assessment Page 26 of 26 a. b.edu/webct/urw/lc9522075409151. d.p2 Save Answer Finish Save All Help https://vista.tp9522199562141/allViewAssessment. 12/7/2011 . c. p1 + p2 µ1 .unm.

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