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# STATA

## Given the equation 2y = 3x + 10, what is the y intercept?

5
Given the equation y = 3x+ 10, what is the slope?
3
Given the table below, what is the linear equation?
y=2x + 7
Given the table below, what is the slope?
2
Write the slopeintercept equation of the line that has slope 6 and yintercept 4.
6x+4
Scatter plot is a series of connected points to form a line.
FALSE
Given the equation 5y = 20x+ 30, what is the slope?
4
Given the table below, what is the slope intercept equation?
y=4/3x+2
The equation y=mx + b is also known as
slope intercept form
Given the following data, compute for the correlation coefficient. Round your answer into 2 decimal
places. If the answer is a
whole number, do not put a decimal after it.
xy
0... 2....
10 -8
-1
Given the table, find the slope intercept equation.
Y=x+4
When slope is positive,
y increases as x increases
Given the equation 9y = x+9, what is the y intercept?
1
Which of the following is INCORRECT about correlation coefficient.
correlation coefficient can never be a zero value
Given the equation 3y = x+15, what is the y intercept?
5
If the line has no slope or equal to zero
The line is a horizontal line
In the slopeintercept equation of a line, the slope of the line is represented as the coefficient of the
variable y.
FALSE
Bivariate is defined as the analysis of a single variable.
FALSE
Three characteristics of a bivariate are
Shape, direction and strength
Given the table, find the slope intercept equation.
Y = 3x + 6
The graph below describes a ______________________ correlation.
Perfect Negative Correlation
Given the following data, compute for the correlation coefficient. Round your answer into 2 decimal
places. If the answer is a
whole number, do not put a decimal after it.
xy
02
8... 10...
1
The graph below describes a ______________________ correlation.
Perfect Positive Correlation
True of False. The series of disconnected points is referred to as Bivariate.
FALSE
Given the following data, compute for the correlation coefficient. Round your answer into 2 decimal
places. If the answer is a
whole number, do not put a decimal after it
xy
77... 238...
0.92
Given the table, determine the slope intercept equation.
y = 2x + 5
Given the equation y = 8x+ 14, what is the slope?
8
Which of the following is a characteristics of a bivariate?
All of the choices
The equation y=8x2 + 4 will produce a
Parabola
A survey of 200 people finds that they work on average of 8 hours a day. If the margin of error at
98% confidence level is 1.2 hours. How do you compute for the lower confidence interval?
Z score plus less the square root of 8 hours less 1.2 hours
Given the sample size (n=200) and sample proportion (p=0.70), find the approximate margin of
error for the 90% confidence interval:
0.053
King Lo Electronics claims that the new brand of computer will last for 25,000 hours. A research
company conducted a test on the information. The company randomly select and test 100 cellular
phone. The data from the sample shows that the mean life of the cellular phone is 20,000 hours,
with a standard deviation of 1000 hours. Determine the 95% confidence interval of the mean life
of the cellular phone
(19,804, 20,196)
Given the sample size (n=400) and sample proportion (p=0.56), find the approximate margin of
error for the 99% confidence interval:
0.064
A private organization telephone poll of 750 adults, aged 18 and older, living in the country found
that 60% of citizen feel confident in the accuracy of their doctor's advice, and don't feel the need
to check for a second opinion or do additional research. The margin of error for this survey was
given as ± 20 percentage points. Find a 95% confidence interval estimate of the percent of adults
who feel confident in the accuracy of their doctor’s advice and don’t feel the need to check for a
second opinion.
(0.565, 0.640)
Identify the following formula
p+-....
Confidence Interval
Idenitfy the following formula:
Sample Size
The formula below will determining the minimum sample size needed when estimating the
population mean
Sampling distribution of proportions is randomly distributed.
FALSE. Replace the word Sampling distribution with Confidence Coefficient
In a survey of 500 individuals, 300 likes to eat dinner in a restaurant. Estimate the sample
proportion ̂p of those who like to eat dinner in a restaurant based on the sample.
0.60
The ̂p is the ____________ estimate of p
unbiased
Given n=60, x̄=250, s=3, 99% confidence. Assuming that the samples come from a normal
distribution, find the interval estimate of the population mean.
(58.59, 61.41)
A survey was conducted to 200 Grade 6 students who uses the internet in research instead of the
school library. Based on the survey, 160 students responded Yes. What is the population proportion
to students who uses the library in their research?
80%
Find the sample size given 90% confidence, Margin of Error = 0.08 and ̂p =0.25.
80
Find the sample size given 95% confidence, Margin of Error = 0.05 and ̂p=0.15.
196
The formula given below will give an output of
Margin of Error
Point estimate is
A statistical that estimates a population parameter
As the confidence interval for a given statistics increases in length, the confidence level
Increases
Identify the following formula: 1- q̂
Sample Proportion
Given the sample size (n=250) and sample proportion (p=0.40), find the approximate margin of error
for the 90% confidence interval:
0.05
Given the sample size (n=150) and sample proportion (p=0.35), find the approximate margin of error
for the 95% confidence interval:
0.07
Given the sample size (n=230) and sample proportion (p=0.35), find the approximate margin of error
for the 95% confidence interval:
0.083
Margin of error is
the product of confidence coefficient and standard deviation divided by the
square root of the sample size
Given n=20, x̄=89, s=2, 99% confidence. Assuming that the samples come from a normal
distribution, find the margin of error.
1.15
What is the formula in determining the minimum sample size needed in estimating the population
mean?
n=(z a/2*o / e ) ^2
The “p hat” is calculated as
Number of desired elements over the number of desired outcomes
Find the sample size given 99% confidence, Margin of Error = 0.11 and ̂p = 0.35.
126
Find the sample size given 90% confidence, Margin of Error = 0.05 and ̂p =0.30.
228
Given n=20, x̄=30, s=2, 90% confidence. Assuming that the samples come from a normal
distribution, find the margin of error.
0.74
Common choices of confidence level are
90%, 95%, 99%
Given n=50, x̄=250, s=4, 90% confidence. Assuming that the samples come from a normal
distribution, find the interval estimate of the population mean
(249.07, 250.93)
Identify the following formula:
p. ( 1-p)......
Sample Size
Margin of Error is in the center of the confidence interval?
FALSE. Replace the word “Margin of Error” with “Point Estimate”
When the confidence level is 90%, the Confidence coefficients is +-
1.645
Identify the following formula:
z a/2 (o/square root of n )
Margin of Error
The equation y=2x2 + 9 will produce a
Parabola
When slope is positive,
y increases as x increases
In the slopeintercept equation of a line, the slope of the line is represented as the coefficient of the
variable x.
TRUE
Given the table below, what is the linear equation?
y=8x + 3
If the line has no slope,
The line is a horizontal line
Given the table below, what is the slope?
xy
03
8
Given the equation y = 7x+ 30, what is the slope?
7
Given the table and graph, determine the slope intercept equation.
xy
01
y=5x + 1
Given the equation 9y = 2x + 81, what is the y intercept?
9
The equation y=mx + b is also known as
slope intercept form
Describe the relationship based when r value = 0.01
No apparent correlation
Linear correlation coefficient is always a value between ____ and ____.
+1, 1
Year and household monthly water consumption in the Philippines
Year is the explanatory variable and water consumption is the response variable
Describe the relationship based on the rvalue r=0,
No relationship
The value of a perfect positive coefficient is ________.
Equal to 1.
Describe the relationship based when r value = 0.75
Strong positive correction
The variable that causes an effect
Explanatory variable
This pattern is produced when the score of one observation is high, the score of the other
observation to be high.
Positive Correlation
Year and household monthly water consumption in the Philippines
Year is the explanatory variable and water consumption is the response variable
The variable that reflects the effect
Response variable
Determine whether each of the following is a null of an alternative hypothesis:
The proportion of computer in the software laboratory is lower than the total number of BS IT
students in the university.
Alternative hypothesis
The alternative hypothesis and null hypothesis should be _____
Mutually inclusive
Determine whether each of the following is a null of an alternative hypothesis:
The proportion of an employee income is greater than the monthly expenses of the employee.
Alternative hypothesis
William collected a random sample of 88 people, asking how many times they open ABC web site
per day on average, and
calculated x̄ = 50.30. ABC suggests that μ = 55, and s = 10. William thinks the actual mean is less
than the website owner
claims. What is the null and alternative hypothesis?
: Null hypothesis µ ≥ 55, Alternative hypothesis µ < 55
A type of test that is denoted by the symbol Ho.
Null hypothesis
The probability of making type I error is
α
For the 99% confidence level,
0.010
What is the formula of z score?
z=x-m / o/square root of n
This refers to the area where the value of the test statistic lies for which we will reject the null
hypothesis.
Rejection region and Critical region
Determine whether each of the following is a null of an alternative hypothesis:
A police precinct claims that there is ten crimes on the average are reported.
Null hypothesis
A building contractor/engineer is increasing his price for building projects, claiming that the cost of
labor and material is going
up and accounts for 65% of his budget. In a random sample of 30 of his projects it is found that in 20
of the projects the cost of
the material is higher.
What is the standard error of the proportion?
0.087
A building contractor/engineer is increasing his price for building projects, claiming that the cost of
labor and material is going
up and accounts for 65% of his budget. In a random sample of 30 of his projects it is found that in 20
of the projects the cost of
the material is higher.
At the 5% level of significance, test the contractor/engineer’s claim. Based on the test, what can you
conclude?
Accept the null hypothesis
The traffic management office claims that 65% of road accidents are related to motorcycles. In a
random sample of 200
accidents, it is found that 135 of the accidents are related to motorcycles.
What is the observed value of the sample proportion?
0.675
About 30% of the male population living in an urban area smokes cigarette. A researcher believes
that male aged 1630 are
more likely smokes cigarette than other ages in the urban area population. The researcher surveys
300 male aged 1630 and
finds that 80 of them smokes cigarette:
What is the standard error of the proportion?
0.026
About 30% of the male population living in an urban area smokes cigarette. A researcher believes
that male aged 1630 are
more likely smokes cigarette than other ages in the urban area population. The researcher surveys
300 male aged 1630 and
finds that 80 of them smokes cigarette:
What is the test statistic for this scenario?
1.260
About 30% of the male population living in an urban area smokes cigarette. A researcher believes
that male aged 1630 are
more likely smokes cigarette than other ages in the urban area population. The researcher surveys
300 male aged 1630 and
finds that 80 of them smokes cigarette:
What is the observed value of the sample proportion?
0.267
A building contractor/engineer is increasing his price for building projects, claiming that the cost of
labor and material is going
up and accounts for 65% of his budget. In a random sample of 30 of his projects it is found that in 20
of the projects the cost of
the material is higher.
What is the test statistic for this scenario?
1.191
The traffic management office claims that 65% of road accidents are related to motorcycles. In a
random sample of 200
accidents, it is found that 135 of the accidents are related to motorcycles.
What is the test statistic for this scenario?
0.0741
A building contractor/engineer is increasing his price for building projects, claiming that the cost of
labor and material is going
up and accounts for 65% of his budget. In a random sample of 30 of his projects it is found that in 20
of the projects the cost of
the material is higher.
What is the observed value of the sample proportion?
0.667
The traffic management office claims that 65% of road accidents are related to motorcycles. In a
random sample of 200
accidents, it is found that 135 of the accidents are related to motorcycles.
At the 10% level of significance, test the traffic management office’s claim. Based on the test, what
can you conclude?
Accept the null hypothesis
In a ____________, high values in one variable correspond to high values in the other variable
Positive Correlation
Graphical representation of the relationship between two variables
scatter plot
When examining scatterplot and draw an ellipse around the data, long and narrow ellipses means
Strong linear association
Given the data below, what is the direction of the association between the two variables
Positive linear association
This measures relationship between bivariate data.
Correlation
A _____________ is simply a scatterplot in which we connect successive chronological observations
with a line segment to give
more information about how the data values are changing over a period of time.
Line plot
Choose the correct scatter plot using the following data:
.
...
...
The data had a _________________ when one variable increases, the other variable also
decreases
positive linear association
The goal of examining bivariate data is to show some relativity or association between two or more
variables.
The statement is FALSE.
Given the data, what is the strength of the association between the two variables.
Weak linear association
The level of significance is the
Probability of committing a Type I error
Determine whether each of the following is a null of an alternative hypothesis:
The average income of an employee is 12,000 pesos.
Null hypothesis
If the null hypothesis is true and rejected, the decision is incorrect – Type I Error
Type I Error
What is the null hypothesis to the claim that people like android phone than IOS? State the null
hypothesis.
: More people like android than IOS phone
Determine whether each of the following is a null of an alternative hypothesis:
The average internet usage of a College student is 6 hours.
Null hypothesis
Describe the relationship based when r value = 0.63
Strong positive correction
The symbol used to measure the strength and direction of a linear correlation
r
It is also called independent variable
Explanatory variable
Salary and number of years of experience
Number of years is the explanatory variable and salary is the response variable
Describe the relationship based when r value = 0.20
Weak positive correction
In hypothesis testing, the computed statistics is compared to the critical value for decision making.
The statement is TRUE.
This separates the rejection region to the region where we do not reject the null hypothesis.
Critical value
Given α=0.05 and the test statistics, decide whether the null hypothesis is to be rejected or
accepted:
–4
Reject
St. Therese senior high school have an average achievement test score of 96. From a random
sample of 49 students St.
Therese students we find the average achievement test score to be 98 with a standard deviation of
88. We want to know if
these high school students are representative of the overall population. What can we conclude
based?
Accept null hypothesis
Given α=0.05 and the test statistics, decide whether the null hypothesis is to be rejected or
accepted:
2.35
Reject
A Police Sub Station claims that 45% of crimes are related to cell phone snatching. In a random
sample of 150 accidents, it is
found that 60 of the accidents are related to cell phone snatching.
What is the standard error of the proportion?
0.041
A Police Sub Station claims that 45% of crimes are related to cell phone snatching. In a random
sample of 150 accidents, it is
found that 60 of the accidents are related to cell phone snatching.
What is the observed value of the sample proportion?
0.400
A businessman is increasing his price for processed food, claiming that the cost of labor and
material is going up and accounts
for 75% of his budget. In a random sample of 10 of the processed food, it is found out that in 6 of the
processed food, the cost
of the material is higher.
What is the standard error of the proportion?
: 0.137
A businessman is increasing his price for processed food, claiming that the cost of labor and
material is going up and accounts
for 75% of his budget. In a random sample of 10 of the processed food, it is found out that in 6 of the
processed food, the cost
of the material is higher.
At the 5% level of significance, test the contractor/engineer’s claim. Based on the test, what can you
conclude?
Accept the null hypothesis
A Police Sub Station claims that 45% of crimes are related to cell phone snatching. In a random
sample of 150 accidents, it is
found that 60 of the accidents are related to cell phone snatching.
At the 10% level of significance, test the Police Sub Station claims. Based on the test, what can you
conclude?
Accept the null hypothesis
Given the data below, what is the direction of the association between the two variables
Negative linear association
The data had a _________________ when one variable increases, the other variable also increases
positive linear association
The line that is closest to the points is called _____________.
Trend line
The three important characteristics of a bivariate?
Direction, Shape, Strength
The series of disconnected points is referred to as _________________________
scatter plot
Find the sample size given 95% confidence, Margin of Error = 0.15 and p ̂=0.25.
33
Find the sample size given 99% confidence, Margin of Error = 0.18 and ̂p =0.30.
43
The Engineer of the building wants to use the proportion of the population to determine the
sample size needed to interview regarding their idea about the new color design of the building.
He wants to be able to assure with probability 0.90 that his error will be most 0.10. Similar surveys
during past year that 85% approved the new color design. How large a sample does the Engineer
need?
196
Find the sample size given 90% confidence, Margin of Error = 0.15 and ̂p =0.25.
23
Find the sample size given 99% confidence, Margin of Error = 0.10 and ̂p =0.35.
152
Consider the scenario: In a recent survey, 320 persons out of 35 reported that they prefer to ride in a
public utility airconditioned
vehicle rather than a jeepney. What is the value of the test statistics?
– 1.85
Supposed that the z is the test statistics for hypothesis testing, calculate the value of the z for each
of the following. Express
your answer in 2 decimal places.
µ = 8.5, σ = 4, n = 99, x̄ = 7.2
3.23
Given α=0.05 and the test statistics, decide whether the null hypothesis is to be rejected or
accepted:
3.31
Reject
Consider the scenario: In a recent survey, 320 persons out of 35 reported that they prefer to ride in a
public utility airconditioned
vehicle rather than a jeepney.
What can we conclude based the value of the test statistics?
Accept null hypothesis
Values supporting the ___________________ occurs in the rejection region.
Null hypothesis and critical values
A sample is small when n≤30.
The statement is FALSE. Replace the word small with large.
In hypothesis testing, the computed statistics is compared to the critical value for decision making.
The statement is TRUE.
Given α=0.05 and the test statistics, decide whether the null hypothesis is to be rejected or
accepted:
0.131
Do not Reject
Given α=0.05 and the test statistics, decide whether the null hypothesis is to be rejected or
accepted:
1.11
Do not Reject
Supposed that the z is the test statistics for hypothesis testing, calculate the value of the z for each
of the following. Express
your answer in 2 decimal places.
µ = 77, σ = 6, n = 109, x̄ = 78.2
2.09
The management of a local grocery store wants to estimate the average amount their customers
spend at the store to within 0.50 pesos, with a 90% confidence. What is the minimum sample size
required, if the standard deviation is assumed to be 4.50 pesos.
220
Find the sample size given 99% confidence, Margin of Error = 0.25 and ̂p =0.30.
23
Find the sample size given 90% confidence, Margin of Error = 0.05 and ̂p =0.30.
228
Given the formula in determining the minimum sample size needed when estimating the population
proportion and if no approximation is known, what value of p̂will be used?
n=p.(1-p)...
0.5
Proportion is a fraction expression where the _____________________ is in the numerator and
the _____________________ is the denominator.
Favorable response, Total number of responses
Find the sample size given 90% confidence, Margin of Error = 0.08 and ̂p =0.30.
89
Find the sample size given 95% confidence, Margin of Error = 0.10 and ̂p =0.30.
81
Find the sample size given 95% confidence, Margin of Error = 0.12 and ̂p = 0.30.
57
Find the sample size given 99% confidence, Margin of Error = 0.20 and ̂p =0.30.
35
The formula given below will give an output of
z a/2 (o/square root of n )
Margin of Error
Margin of error is
the product of confidence coefficient and standard deviation divided by the
square root of the sample size
Given n=100, x̄=45, s=2.0, 90% confidence. Assuming that the samples come from a normal
distribution, find the interval estimate of the population mean.
(43.355, 46.645)
Given n=100, x̄=80, s=2.0, 95% confidence. Assuming that the samples come from a normal
distribution, find the margin of error.
0.392
A survey was conducted from the 250 individuals. Based on the result of the survey, 170 are
satisfied with the current Local Government administration. Estimate the sample proportion ̂p of
those who are not satisfied based on the sample provided.
0.32
A survey was conducted to 110 college students to determine who are using the Library Resource
Center of the university. Based on the survey, only 30% responded Yes. Based on the survey, how
many students are not using the Library Resource Center?
67
A survey of 900 people finds that they work on average of 9 hours a day. If the margin of error at
98%
confidence level is 1.5 hours. What is the solution to find the lower confidence interval?
9 hours less 1.5 hours
Suppose a new cancer treatment is given to a sample of 500 patients. The treatment was successful
for
300 of the patients. Assume that these patients are representative of the population of individuals
who
have this cancer.
Determine a 90% confidence interval for the proportion successful treated.
0.564 < p < 0.640
Given the problem in item 9, what does the answer tells about?
The confidence interval does not support the claim of Lim Electronics.
Given the sample size (n=400) and sample proportion (p=0.70), find the approximate margin of error
for
the 99% confidence interval:
0.059
Lim Electronics claims that the new brand of cellular phone will last for 80,000 hours. A research
company conducted a test on the information. The company randomly select and test 100 cellular
phone. The data from the sample shows that the mean life of the cellular phone is 60,000 hours, with
a
standard deviation of 1500 hours. Determine the 95% confidence interval of the mean life of the
cellular
phone.
(59,706 , 60,294)
Given the sample size (n=300) and sample proportion (p=0.56), find the approximate margin of error
for
the 90% confidence interval:
0.047
A private organization telephone poll of 900 adults, aged 18 and older, living in the country found
that
75% of citizen feel confident in the accuracy of their doctor's advice, and don't feel the need to check
for
a second opinion or do additional research. The margin of error for this survey was given as ±10
percentage points.
Find a 90% lower confidence interval estimate of the percent of adults who feel confident in the
accuracy
of their doctor’s advice and don’t feel the need to check for a second opinion.
0.0726
Suppose a new cancer treatment is given to a sample of 500 patients. The treatment was successful
for
300 of the patients. Assume that these patients are representative of the population of individuals
who
have this cancer.
Calculate the sample proportion that was successfully treated.
0.60
A private organization telephone poll of 900 adults, aged 18 and older, living in the country found
that
75% of citizen feel confident in the accuracy of their doctor's advice, and don't feel the need to check
for
a second opinion or do additional research. The margin of error for this survey was given as ±10
percentage points.
Find a 90% upper confidence interval estimate of the percent of adults who feel confident in the
accuracy of their doctor’s advice and don’t feel the need to check for a second opinion.
0.077
A survey of 900 female finds that they sleep on average of 8 hours a day. If the margin of error at
95%
confidence level is 1.3 hours. Find the confidence interval?
6.70 hours < p < 9.30 hours
The “p hat” is calculated as
Number of desired outcomes over the number of desired elements
Sampling distribution of proportions is ______________ distributed
Normally
A survey was conducted to 300 Grade 10 students who have Internet access to determine who
access social media websites after attending classes. Based on the survey, 250 students
responded Yes. What is the population proportion to students who do not access social media after
attending classes?
17%
When the confidence level is 95%, the ____________________ are +- 1.96
Confidence coefficients
Point estimate is
A statistical that estimates a population parameter
The ̂p is the ____________ estimate of p.
unbiased
Given n=10, x̄=28, s=2.0, 95% confidence. Assuming that the samples come from a normal
distribution, find the margin of error.
1.24
Given n=10, x̄=28, s=2.0, 99% confidence. Assuming that the samples come from a normal
distribution, find the interval estimate of the population mean.
(26.36, 29.63)
What is in the center of the confidence interval?
Point Estimate
In a survey of 500 individuals, 300 likes to eat dinner in a restaurant. Estimate the sample
proportion ̂p of those who like to eat dinner in a restaurant based on the sample
0.60
Suppose that the z is the test statistics for hypothesis testing, calculate the value of the z for each of the
following. Express your answer in 2 decimal places. µ = 25, σ = 5, n = 80, x¯ = 23.4
Answer: -2.86

Year is an example of a
Explanatory variable

Expenditure is an example of a
Response variable

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Perfect negative correlation

## House rent and house floor area

House floor area is the explanatory variable and house rent is the response variable

## The alternative hypothesis and null hypothesis should be ________________.

Mutually exclusive

## Identify what is illustrated in the photo.

Confidence Interval

A businessman is increasing his price for processed food, claiming that the cost of labor and material is
going up and accounts for 75% of his budget. In a random sample of 10 of the processed food, it is found
out that in 6 of the processed food, the cost of the material is higher.
What is the test statistic for this scenario?
1.095
A Police Sub Station claims that 45% of crimes are related to cell phone
snatching. In a random sample of 150 accidents, it is found that 60 of the
accidents are related to cell phone snatching.
What is the test statistic for this scenario?
1.992
Supposed that the z is the test statistics for hypothesis testing, calculate the value of the z for each of the
following. Express your answer in 2 decimal places.
µ = 31.2, σ = 3, n = 66, x̄ = 32
2.34

Given α=0.05 and the test statistics, decide whether the null hypothesis is to be rejected or accepted:
– 0.6
Do not Reject

Using the following data, find the upper bound of confidence interval. Your
answer must be in 3 decimal places.

## n=400, p̂ = 0.75, 90% confidence

0.036
A private organization telephone poll of 900 adults, aged 18 and older, living in the country found that
75% of citizen feel confident in the accuracy of their doctor's advice, and don't feel the need to check for a
second opinion or do additional research. The margin of error for this survey was given as ±10
percentage points.
Find a 90% lower confidence interval estimate of the percent of adults who feel confident in the accuracy
of their doctor’s advice and don’t feel the need to check for a second opinion.
0.0726

Given the table and graph, determine the slope intercept equation.

y=-3x + 3
A businessman is increasing his price for processed food, claiming that the cost of labor and material is
going up and accounts for 75% of his budget. In a random sample of 10 of the processed food, it is found
out that in 6 of the processed food, the cost of the material is higher.
What is the test statistic for this scenario?
1.095

## Given the table below, what is the slope?

xy
0 5…..
ans. 2
Compute for the correlation coefficient.

0.964

Using the following data, find the lower bound of confidence interval. Your
answer must be in 3 decimal places.

0.032

Zero Correlation

## Given the table below, what is the linear equation?

y=2x + 7

Suppose that the z is the test statistics for hypothesis testing, calculate the
value of the z for each of the following. Express your answer in 2 decimal
places. µ = 8, σ = 4, n = 99, x̄ = 7.2
-1.99

Given α=0.05 and the test statistics, decide whether the null hypothesis is
to be rejected or accepted:
1.60
Do not Reject

Given α=0.05 and the test statistics, decide whether the null hypothesis is
to be rejected or accepted:
1.20
Do not Reject

Supposed that the z is the test statistics for hypothesis testing, calculate
the value of the z for each of the following. Express your answer in 2
decimal places.
µ = 20.8, σ = 4, n = 99, x̄ = 21.2
0.95
The traffic management office claims that 65% of road accidents are
related to motorcycles. In a random sample of 200 accidents, it is found
that 135 of the accidents are related to motorcycles.
What is the standard error of the proportion?
0.034