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Module 1 HMWK 1

Question 1
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What scale of measurement would you use when collecting data to represent the average monthly temperature for the city of Fort Wayne? Answer Selected Answer: Response Feedback: Interval That'scorrect! Since temperature has no true zero point, it is interval data.

Question 2
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What scale of measurement would you use to classify the voters in Fort Wayne as Democrat, Republican, Independent, or Undecided? Answer Selected Answer: Nominal Response Feedback: That'scorrect! Since there is no order to the data and it is qualitative, the data is nominal.

Question 3
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You have collected data in a survey which asks people their age. What scale of measurement applies to age? Answer

Selected Answer: Ratio Response Feedback: That'scorrect! Age has a true zero point and is ratio data.

Question 4
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A survey has asked people to list the state where they live. What scale of measurement describes this type of data? Answer

Response Feedback:

That'scorrect! Since there is no implied order of the 50 states, it is nominal data.

Question 5
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An employee appraisal form lists performance ratings as "eceeds expectations","mets expectations",and "blow expectations." hat type of measurement scale describes this type of data? Answer Selected Answer: Ordinal Response Feedback: That'scorrect! There is an order to the data but it is categorical in nature.

Question 6
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An analysis of the number of phone calls per day for last month is shown in the following frequency table. Calls per day Number of Days 0 - 12 3-8 6-5 9 - 1 3 12 or more 2 What is the relative frequency for the category 0 - ? Answer

Selected Answer: 0.67 Response Feedback: That is not correct. The relative frequency is computed as the frequency divided by the total sample size.

Question 7
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The phone call data is repeated for this question. Calls per day Number of days 0 - 12 3-8 6-5 9 - 1 3 12 or more 2 What percent of the data falls between 2 and 9 (not including 2 and 9) calls per day?

0.43

Response Feedback:

That'scorrect! "Btween" and 9 does not include 2 or 9. (8+5)/(12+8+5+3+2) = 13/30 = 0.43

Question 8
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You have collected data on the number of defects per 100 parts produced by a machine every hour for a twelve-hour shift. What'sthe best way to show the data graphically? Answer Selected Answer: Time plot Response Feedback: That'scorrect! We'v collected data over time so the time plot is best.

Question 9
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The following set {2-door, 4-door, SUV, convertible, Ford} describes cars. Which choice best describes the set? Answer

Selected Answer: Neither mutually exclusive nor collectively exhaustive Response Feedback: That'scorrect! A car could fit into more than one category and the set does not describe all types of cars.

Question 10
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The following set {male, female} describes gender data from a survey. Which best describes the data set? Answer Selected Answer: Both mutually exclusive and collectively exhaustive Response Feedback: That'scorrect! A person can only fit into one category and the two together describe all people.

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Module 1 HMWK 2

Question 1
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Response Feedback: Mean is average. So you just do (3 + 10 + 5)/3

Question 2
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Which one of the following type of graph will be BEST to show the growth of enrollment in Indiana Tech over the past 10 years. Answer Selected Answer: Bar graph

Question 3
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When you use your regression line to predict values that are not in the sample, and discovered large residual value in each prediction, what can you say about your regression line? Answer Selected Answer: Large residual values indicate the prediction is way off from actual value. We will need to restudy how we did our analysis and see whether there are any lurking variables that we have not yet considered.

Question 4
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You have calculated the variance of a data set and it turns out to be zero. What conclusion can you draw? Answer Selected Answer: All of the data points have the same value. Response Feedback: That is correct. If the variance or standard deviation is zero, then the data points are all the same.

Question 5

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You received a voice mail from someone on a cell phone. They gave you the following numbers, 2, 3, 5, 3, 7, 8, and X. There was static on the line and you didn'thear the last number. Without know the last number, what can we say about the median of the numbers? Answer Selected Answer: It must be between 2 and 8. Response Feedback: That is correct. The final number can not change the fact that the median will fall between the lowest and highest number on the list.

Question 6
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If the last number was 4, what is the mode of the data set? Answer

Selected Answer: 3 Response Feedback: That is correct. The mode is the value of the data point that occurs most often.

Question 7
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If the last number was 4, what is the variance of the data set? Answer Selected Answer: 4 <= X < 5 Response Feedback: That is correct. You can simply use Excel to figure out the variance. Say you enter the above numbers in cell A1 A7. You can simply apply a formula =VARP(A1:A7) to get the variance.

Question 8
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You have just completed a standardized test and are told you scored in the 90th ercentile. Which statement is true? Answer Selected Answer: 90% of the students taking the same test scored lower than you did. Response Feedback: That is correct. The percentile indicates the percentage below your score.

Question 9
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Which measures are appropriate for qualitative data? Answer Selected Answer: none of the above Response Feedback: That is correct. You can not perform and computations on qualitative data.

Question 10
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Mean and median are the same for normal distribution. Answer Selected Answer: True Response Feedback: This is true by definition

Module 2 HMWK 1

Question 1
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We would like to draw a Simple Random Sample of 50 Indiana Tech students to participate in a study. Which one of the following describes the best way to pick an SRS? Answer Selected Answer: Use a computer simulation program to randomly select 50 student IDs from all student IDs in the school computer systems. SRS means everyone has an equal chance to be selected. A. Only includes students who have taken MA 2025 B. Only includes students who have registered. C. Only includes students who have a car.

Response Feedback:

Question 2
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To reduce the variability of a statistic from an SRS, we can reduce the sample size such that the variability will be smaller. Answer Selected Answer: False Response Feedback: See Page 216.

Question 3
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To reduce bias, we should make sure that the samples are all randomly selected. Answer Selected Answer: True Response Feedback: See Page 216

Question 4
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When you are taking a shot at the basket, the outcome is a discrete random variable because the result can be either 0 (you missed), 2(you scored), or 3(you hit a 3 pointer). Answer Selected Answer: True

Question 5
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The outcome of rolling a die is a continuous random variable because the results can be 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 and these numbers are in continuous order. Answer Selected Answer: True

Question 6
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Probability is always between 0 and 1. Answer Selected Answer: True

Response Feedback:

Probability it is always 0% - 100% (0-1). It can never be negative number or numbers that are large than 1.

Question 7
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Indiana Tech would like to know whether students taking MA 2025 online usually does better than those who take the same class onsite. You used computer programs and compare the grades of online students vs onsite students and discovered online students typically do better (Yay!!!). This is an example of: Answer Selected Answer: Observation study Response Feedback: This is observation study. You are simply recording data that already exists. You are not introducing any treatments.

Question 8
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You added 2 more dots on 1 and made it look like 3. When rolling your "special" die, what's the probability of getting a 3? Answer Selected Answer: 1/3 Response Feedback: Your "special" die has two 3s. Therefore, the chance of getting a 3 is 2 out of 6. Hence, the probability is 2/6, which equals to 1/3.

Question 9
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What's the sample space of tossing a coin? Answer Selected Answer: Head and Tail Response Feedback: Sample space represents the total number of outcomes. In the case of coin tossing, it's either head or tail. It does not matter how many times you toss.

Question 10

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I am playing a game with you. I have a coin and a die. If you roll a 3 and get a tail when you toss the coin, you win. What's the probability that you will win? Answer Selected Answer: 1/2 * 1/6 Response The keyword here is AND. The probability of getting a tail is Feedback: 1/2. The probability of rolling a 3 is 1/6. The probability of getting a tail and a 3 will be 1/2 * 1/6. Module 2 Quiz 1

Question 1
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Mean and median are the same for a normal distribution. Answer Selected Answer: True

Question 2
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A histogram is an example of a pie chart. Answer Selected Answer: False Response Feedback: A histogram is a bar graph, not pie chart.

Question 3
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Which one of the following set of numbers has the smallest standard deviation? (Hint: You don't really have to calculate the standard deviation. You should be able to find the correct answer based on the number pattern). Answer Selected Answer: 44, 47, 46 Response Feedback: Standard deviation measures the spread of data. In this example, 44, 47, 46 are very

close to each other in value. So this set has the smallest standard deviation.

Question 4
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You would like to conduct a study to see how gas price affects SUV sales. In this study, which one of the following might be a lurking variable? Answer Selected Answer: CORRECT ANSWER: Financing Options None above.

Question 5
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After performing some analysis based on the data available, you discovered a -.91 correlation value between gas price and SUV sales. Does this correlation value help you to predict SUV sales if the gas price hits \$5/gal? (Assume gas price has never hit \$5 before). Answer Selected Answer: False

Question 6
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Which one of the following is NOT an example of categorical data? Answer Selected Answer: Room temperature Response Feedback: Room temperature is an example of quantitative variable.

Question 7
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Indiana tech would like to know if a student's SAT score has any correlation with his/her GPA in college. You helped the dean to create a scatter plot to show students' GPA and

SAT score. Is this an example of observation study or experiment? Answer Selected Answer: Observation study Response Feedback: You simply take the SAT score and GPA on file and performed your analysis. You did not introduce any outside influence.

Question 8
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Indiana Tech would like to know whether tutoring helps a student with his/her grades. You compared the two groups of students taking the same class. One group routinely receives tutoring and one does not. Is this an example of observation study or experiment? Answer Selected Answer: Experiment. Response Feedback: In this case, it is an experiment because you try to offer students tutoring to help them with the class.

Question 9
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NFL.com posted a poll to ask its visitor whether he/she watches Super Bowl on TV. NFL.com plan on using the data as a sample to predict the number of people that will watch Super Bowl in the world on Super Bowl Sunday. What do you think the sample data might be? Answer Selected Answer: Large Bias, small variability Response Feedback: Most of the people who go to NFL.com probably have a lot of interests in football and will most likely watch Super Bowl on TV. However, this sample does not reflect the true population, which is people all over the world. The result will probably show

most people would watch Super Bowl on TV, which is small variability. However, the result contains large bias.

Question 10
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You have a deck of cards (54 cards, including the jokers). You take one card out of the deck. What is the probably that this card is an Ace? (Does not matter what kind, whether it is diamond, heart, etc) Answer Selected Answer: 4/54 Response Feedback: You have 54 cards total, out of which 4 are aces. If you pull one card from the deck, the chance of that card being an Ace is 4 out of 54.

Module 3 HMWK
Question 1 1 out of 1 points The purpose of a confidence interval is to estimate an unknown parameter with an indication of how accurate the estimate is and of how confident we are that the result is correct. Answer Selected Answer: True

Question 2
0 out of 1 points Using the example in the book (Case 6.1) on Page 362-364, what would the margin of error be, if our confidence interval is at

**ANSWER IS NOT 32 EITHER****

Question 3
1 out of 1 points Using the example in the book on page 379, Figure 6.9, if is 12.8%, everything else being the same, what conclusion can you draw? Answer Selected Answer: 12.8% is so far out. I would reject the null hypothesis. My conclusion would be the assets for banks have changed. Response Feedback: 12.8% is even larger than the example in the book (8.1%). So definitely reject null hypothesis.

Question 4
1 out of 1 points People like to do everything online these days, including taking classes. Does the number of schools in the US that offer online classes increased this year, comparing to last year? You have

selected 200 colleges/universities all over the US and collected their online class enrollment data. What would your null hypothesis be? Answer Selected Answer: The number of schools that offer online classes has not changed since last year.

Question 5
1 out of 1 points Continue with Question 4: What would a one sided alternative hypothesis be? Answer Selected Answer: Either A or B. Response Feedback: A one-sided hypothesis can go in either direction. So either A or B is correct.

Question 6
1 out of 1 points Continue with Question 4: If your study shows a 3% increase in the number of schools offering online classes, along with a 30% standard deviation in your sample, what conclusion can you draw?

Answer Selected Answer: The increase is small, at 3%, but the standard deviation is large at 30%. So the increase of 3% could easily happen by chance. Therefore, there is no strong evidence to reject the null hypothesis.

Question 7
1 out of 1 points We use t(k) to stand for the t distribution with k degrees of freedom. As k increases, the t(k) density curve approaches normal distribution even closer. Answer Selected Answer: True Response Feedback: Page 433.

Question 8
1 out of 1 points On page 430, Example 7.3, this is a two sided alternative because we have both the null hypothesis and alternative hypothesis. Answer Selected Answer: True Response This is one sided, as the alternative hypothesis

Feedback:

states u< 40. If it were two sided, the alternative hypothesis would have been

Question 9
1 out of 1 points On page 430, Example 7.3, the example stated P= 0.0001. What can we say about this value? Answer Selected Answer: It shows that the probability of u<40 happens by chance is extremely low, about 0.01%. Therefore, we reject the null hypothesis.

Question 10
1 out of 1 points In a two-sample problem, the samples that are selected are two different samples from the same population. Answer Selected Answer: True Response Feedback: The samples are from two different populations.

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Module 4 Quiz 2 Question 1 1 out of 1 points Probability for sample space is always 1. Answer Selected Answer: True Response Feedback: See Page 312.

Question 2
1 out of 1 points When rolling a die, what's the probability of NOT getting a 2? Answer Selected Answer: 5/6 Response Feedback: See Page 312. NOT getting a 2 is the same as getting 1, 3, 4, 5, 6. So that would be 5 out of 6. Hence, the probability is 5/6.

Question 3
1 out of 1 points MA 2025 has 20 students, 12 are female. MA 2025 also has 5 graduating seniors and 2 are female. Consider the following two events: 1. Select a student randomly and this student is female. 2. Select a student randomly and this student is senior. Are these two events independent? Answer Selected Answer: False Response Feedback: No, there is an overlapping in the two events. As you know, there are 2 students who are female and senior.

Question 4
1 out of 1 points Indiana Tech wants to find out what's the probability of less than 30 students will be in the library between 8pm 9:00pm to see whether it needs to extend library hours. Assuming on average, there are 100 students using the library for any given hour. What type of probability distribution can be best used to model this problem? Answer Selected Answer: Poisson Distribution Response Feedback: This problem follows Poisson distribution. It is very close to the ATM example in the book on page 337.

Question 5
1 out of 1 points With interest rates being at its record low, does home sale increase this year? At the same time, unemployment rate is high as well, which makes you think people would be hesitant of buying new homes. You have been asked to conduct a study to find out the answer. You have gathered home sales data from 150 sub divisions all over the US. What would your null hypothesis be? Answer Selected Answer: Home sale has not changed.

Question 6
1 out of 1 points Continue with Question 5: What would a two-sided alternative hypothesis be? Answer

Selected Answer: Home sale has changed this year. Response Feedback: A two sided alternative hypothesis will state that there has been a change, but won't be specific on what the change might be, whether positive or negative. By contrast, a one-sided hypothesis would be home sale has increased, or home sale has decreased.

Question 7
1 out of 1 points Continue with question 5 If in your sample, you saw an average of 30% sale drop with only 3% standard deviation, what would you do? Answer Selected Answer:

Since the average in my sample is a 30% sale drop, which is very high and the standard deviation is very low, only at 3%, that's strong enough evidence to reject the null hypothesis. In this example, the null hypothesis would say the average change should be 0%, indicating no change at all. Since the standard deviation is 3%, a 30% change would be so far out on the normal distribution curve that it would rarely occur by chance. Therefore, we reject the null hypothesis.

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Question 8
1 out of 1 points When we are trying to estimate the mean of a population, but the population standard deviation is not known, what can we do? Answer

We can use the sample standard deviation to estimate the population standard deviation.

Response Feedback: Check page 424.

Question 9
1 out of 1 points Population proportions concern data of quantitative variables. Answer Selected Answer: False Response Feedback: It should be categorical variables.

Question 10
1 out of 1 points Read example 8.2 on page 499-500, why does the author concluded the chain restaurant data are compatible with the survey results? Answer Selected Answer:

The P value 0.1052, which is less than 11%. That's a relative low percentage in order to reject the null hypothesis

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HMWK Module 4 Question 1 incre 1 out of 1 points What is standard error of a statistic? Answer Selected Answer: The result when the standard deviation of a statistic is estimated from the data. Response Feedback: See page 424.

Question 2
1 out of 1 points While working on sampling distribution of a sample proportion, what can you do to help the sampling distribution becomes approximately normal? Answer Selected Answer: Increase the sample size. Response Feedback: See page 495.

Question 3
1 out of 1 points In the case study on page 512-513, what are the two sample proportions?

Answer Selected Answer: The sample proportions here are: 1. In the man sample, the proportion of men who are "label users". 2. In the woman sample, the proportion of women who are "label users". Response Feedback: In this case study, we are interested in comparing whether women pay more attention to labels than men. So we are comparing the response from two groups, man group and woman group to see whether there are any differences.

Question 4
1 out of 1 points On page 434-435, Example7.7, what does u=0 mean? Answer Selected Answer: It means the difference between the tests are 0. Hence, there is no improvements after receiving the instructions.

Question 5
1 out of 1 points The same case study on page 517, what if the calculated Z value turned out to be 0.4? Answer

Selected Answer: In this case, z is 0.4, which is a relatively small value (p is about .68). So there is no strong evidence to support that women are more "label users" than men.

Question 6
1 out of 1 points The t procedures are robust even if the sample contains a lot of outliers, as long as the calculations are performed accurately. Answer Selected Answer: False Response Feedback: With lots of outliers, the populations follow normal distribution cannot be fulfilled. So the t procedures are not robust against outliers. See page 437.

Question 7
1 out of 1 points Why do we have to add 1 success and 1 failure to each sample in Wilson estimate? Answer Selected Answer: Small modification of the sample proportions greatly improves the accuracy of confidence interval. Response Feedback: See Page 515.

Question 8
0 out of 1 points Why are we using two way tables? Answer Selected Answer: None above.

Question 9
1 out of 1 points Chi-square distribution follows normal distribution. Answer Selected Answer: False Response Feedback: See page 543.

Question 10
1 out of 1 points I am ready for the final exam. (Hint: Say yes). Answer Selected Answer: True Saturday, May 4, 2013 10:02:50 AM EDT

FINAL Question 1 3 out of 3 points After computing a confidence interval, the user believes the results are meaningless because the interval is too large. Which one of the following is the best recommendation? Answer Selected Answer: c. Increase the sample size. Question 2 3 out of 3 points Copy of After computing a confidence interval, the user believes the results are meaningless because the interval is too large. Which one of the following is the best recommendation? Answer Selected Answer: c. Increase the sample size. Question 3 3 out of 3 points MA 2025 has 5 MIS majors, 10 Account majors, 2 Human Resource majors and 3 Criminal Justice majors. What type of graph can be best used to show the distribution of majors in percentage? (eg. 50% Account majors, 25% MIS majors, etc) Answer Selected Answer: d. Pie Chart Question 4 3 out of 3 points

In order to determine an interval for the mean of a population with unknown standard deviation, a sample of 61 items is selected. The mean of the sample is determined to be 23. The number of degrees of freedom for the t-statistic is, Answer Selected Answer: c. 60 Question 5 4 out of 4 points (Extra Credit) Use the following information for the next two questions. In order to estimate the average time spent on the computer terminals per student at a local university, data were collected for a sample of 81 business students over a one week period. The population standard deviation is 1.8 hours. What is the standard error of the mean? Answer Selected Answer: a. 0.20 Question 6 4 out of 4 points (Extra Credit) For the 81 business students, the standard deviation is 1.8 hours. For a 0.95 probability, what is the half-width of the interval? Answer Selected Answer: b. 0.39 Question 7 3 out of 3 points

In hypothesis testing, if the null hypothesis is rejected, Answer Selected Answer: b. The alternative hypothesis is true. Question 8 3 out of 3 points A two-tailed hypothesis test is performed at a 95% confidence level. The p-value is determined to be 0.09. The null hypothesis Answer Selected Answer: a. must not be rejected. Question 9 0 out of 3 points A weatherman stated that the average temperature during July in Chattanooga is less than 80 degrees. A sample of 32 July temperatures is taken. The correct set of hypotheses is, Answer Selected Answer: b. H(0): 80 H(1): > 80 Question 10 2 out of 2 points The level of significance in hypothesis testing is the probability of Answer Selected Answer: c.

rejecting a true null hypothesis Question 11 0 out of 3 points A student believes that the average grade of the final exam in statistics is at least 85. She plans to take a sample to test this belief. The correct set of hypotheses is Answer Selected Answer: b. H(0): 85 H(1): < 85 Question 12 2 out of 2 points As the sample size increases, the width of the confidence interval, Answer Selected Answer: a. decreases Question 13 4 out of 4 points Men Sample size 64 Women 36 41 72

Salary (\$1,000) 44 Pop Variance 128

What is the standard error for the difference between the two means? Answer Selected Answer: b.

2.00 Question 14 4 out of 4 points Male Sample Size Sample Mean Salary (in \$1,000) Population Variance 64 44 128 Female 36 41 72

What is the half-width of the 95% confidence interval? Answer Selected Answer: d. 3.92 Question 15 4 out of 4 points Male Sample Size Sample Mean Salary (in \$1,000) Population Variance 64 44 128 Female 36 41 72

What is the 95% confidence interval for the difference between the two means? Answer Selected Answer: a. -0.92 X 6.92 Question 16 4 out of 4 points

Male Sample Size Sample Mean Salary (in \$1,000) Population Variance 64 44 128

Female 36 41 72

You are testing the hypothesis that average salary for men is greater than for women. What is the computed test statistic? Answer Selected Answer: b. 1.50 Question 17 4 out of 4 points Male Sample Size Sample Mean Salary (in \$1,000) Population Variance 64 44 128 Female 36 41 72

What is the p-value for testing the hypothesis that average salary for men is greater than for women? The level of significance is 0.95. Answer Selected Answer: b. 0.0668 Question 18 0 out of 4 points Male Female Sample Size 64 36

Sample Mean Salary (in \$1,000) 44 41 Population Variance 128 72 For a 95% confidence, what conclusion can you draw about average salaries? Answer Selected Answer: d. None of the above are true. Question 19 2 out of 2 points When s is used to estimate , the confidence interval is computed using the Answer Selected Answer: d. t distribution Question 20 0 out of 3 points The school's newspaper reported that the proportion of students majoring in business is more than 30%. You plan on taking a sample to test the newspaper's claim. The correct set of hypotheses is Answer Selected Answer: b. H(0): p 0.3 H(1): p < 0.3 Question 21 3 out of 3 points You have a deck of cards (54 cards, including the jokers). What's the probability of pulling 4 aces in a row? (Once you take a card out, you don't put it back). Answer

c. 1/54 * 1/53 * 1/52 * 1/51

Question 22 4 out of 4 points You are hosting a lottery game. There are 1000 tickets to be sold and each will cost \$1. Out of 1000 tickets, there will be one lucky winner to win \$100. There will be 5 lucky winners to win \$50, and 50 lucky winners to win \$1. What's the expected value of \$1 you will spend on buying a ticket? Answer Selected Answer: d. 40 cents Question 23 3 out of 3 points When developing an interval estimate for the difference between two sample means, with sample sizes of n1 and n2, Answer Selected Answer: d. n1 and n2 can be any size Question 24 2 out of 2 points Independent simple random samples are taken to test the difference between the means of two populations whose variances are not known. The sample sizes are n1 = 32 and n2 = 40. The correct distribution to use is the Answer Selected Answer: c.

t distribution with 70 degrees of freedom Question 25 3 out of 3 points For a one-tailed hypothesis test (upper tail) the p-value is computed to be 0.034. If the test is being conducted at 95% confidence, the null hypothesis Answer Selected Answer: d. is rejected Question 26 3 out of 3 points In order to determine whether or not a particular medication was effective in curing the common cold, one group of patients was given the medication, while another group received sugar pills. The results of the study are shown below.

Patients Not Cured 10 55

The expected frequency for those who received medication and were cured is Answer Selected Answer: c. 42.5 Question 27 4 out of 4 points In order to determine whether or not a particular medication was effective in curing the common cold, one group of patients was given the medication, while another group received sugar pills. The

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What is the computed chi-square statistic to test if the medication is effective? Answer Selected Answer: d. 54.69 Question 28 3 out of 3 points In order to determine whether or not a particular medication was effective in curing the common cold, one group of patients was given the medication, while another group received sugar pills. The results of the study are shown below.

Patients Not Cured 10 55

What are the number of degrees of freedom associated with a hypothesis test? Answer Selected Answer: 1 Question 29 4 out of 4 points You have two dice in your hand. When you roll both dice, is the probability of getting an 8 (the sum a.

of the two, like the first one 3 and second one 5) the same as getting a 3? Answer Selected Answer: False Question 30 4 out of 4 points You have a die and a coin. You toss the coin and roll the die. Is the probably of getting a Head and a 3, the same as the probability of getting a Tail and a 5? Answer Selected Answer: True Question 31 0 out of 3 points You are interested in finding out whether mortgage interest rate has any relationship with home sales. After reviewing home sales for the past 20 years at different mortgage rates, you saw a correlation value of -3. What can you say about your study? Answer : CORRECT ANSWER: