# Brandon Sorenson MGT 217- T&TH 9:30 Assignment #1

PROBLEM #1 A)
Descriptive Statistics: ebook\$
Variable ebook\$ N 20 N* 0 Minimum 34.72 Q1 79.11 Median 93.76 Q3 103.21 Maximum 113.27

Descriptive Statistics: amazon\$
Variable amazon\$ N 20 N* 0 Minimum 51.14 Q1 117.02 Median 136.38 Q3 157.57 Maximum 259.15

B)
One-Sample T: ebook\$
Variable ebook\$ N 20 Mean 88.91 StDev 19.48 SE Mean 4.36 99% CI (76.45, 101.37)

With 99% confidence we can say that the prices of the eBooks are between \$76.45 and \$101.37 or 76.45 101.37.

C) Hypothesis Testing 2-Sample T-test

1) H0:

e= a e a

H1:

2) Leven s Test 3) =.05 4) If P-value < Reject H0 If P-value do not reject H0

amazon\$ Two-sample T for ebook\$ vs amazon\$ N 20 20 Mean 88.1803 65.68.4 SE Mean 4.5 42.2716 31.6 StDev 19.4 9.5 ebook\$ amazon\$ Difference = mu (ebook\$) . p-value = 0.T&TH 9:30 Assignment #1 5) Test for Equal Variances: ebook\$.000 DF = 38 6) Since P-value = .96 Both use Pooled StDev = 32.4800 42.062 6) Since P-value = .Brandon Sorenson MGT 217.6) T-Test of difference = 0 (vs not =): T-Value = -4.7 95% CI for difference: (-72.9625 P-Value = 0.3508 Upper 30.062 > .05 we do not reject H0 7) Since we do not reject H0 we do a 2 sample t-test without equal variances.05 4) If P-value < Reject H0 If P-value do not reject H0 5) Two-Sample T-Test and CI: ebook\$. amazon\$ 95% Bonferroni confidence intervals for standard deviations ebook\$ amazon\$ N 20 20 Lower 14.000 > . .8.9 140.0274 StDev 19.05 we reject H0 7) There is sufficient evidence to say that there is a difference in the price of e-books and the price of hardcover books on Amazon.6139 Levene's Test (Any Continuous Distribution) Test statistic = 3.mu (amazon\$) Estimate for difference: -51. 2-Sample T-test 1) H0: µe=µa H1: µe µa 2) 2-Sample T-test 3) =. -30.

With 47.T&TH 9:30 Assignment #1 PROBLEM #2 Pie Chart of Major C ategory Business/C ommerce Engineering Humanities Science Social Science Social Science 16.8% The majority of candidates who took the GMAT came from the Business/Commerce field which represented over half of our proportion.Brandon Sorenson MGT 217.4% Business/C ommerce 52.7% Science 6.7% Engineering 18.3% Humanities 5. .3% coming from the other four majors.

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