7. The start of the twenty-first century saw many corporate scandals and many individuals losing faith in business. In a 2007 poll conducted by the New York City-based Edelman Public Relations firm, 57% of respondents say they trust business to 'do what is right'. This percentage was the highest in the annual survey since 2001.
11. Product filling weights for a cereal manufacturer are normally distributed with a mean of 350 grams, a variance of 225 grams and a standard deviation of 15 grams. a) Develop the control limits that would be used on the company's x-bar control charts of samples of sizes 10, 20, 30. b) What happens to the control limits a
Borst et.al. investigated the relation of ego development, age, gender, and diagnosis to suicidality among adolescent psychiatric inpatients. Their sample consisted of 96 boys and 123 girls between the ages of 12 and 16 years selected from admissions to a child and adolescent unit of a private psychiatric hospital. Suicide attem
Maxforce, Inc., manufactures racquetball racquets by two different manufacturing processes (A and B). Because the management of this company is interested in estimating the difference between the average time it takes each process to produce a racquet, they select independent samples from each process. The results of the samples
The following sample information is given concerning the ACT scores of high school seniors form two local schools. School A School B n1 = 14 n2= 15 x1 = 25 x2 = 23 var1 = 16 var 2 = 10 Develop a 95% confidence interval estimate for the difference between the two populations.
What do confidence intervals represent? What is the most controllable method of increasing the precision of or narrowing the confidence interval? What percentage of times will the mean, or population proportion, not be found within the confidence interval? about 200 words, no references
Please see the attached problem with data set. Full view in book found here: http://books.google.com/books?id=_sOSAXTuy8cC&lpg=PA330&ots=24jaKDiokN&dq=case%20problem%202%20gulf%20real%20estate%20properties&pg=PA330#v=onepage&q=case%20problem%202%20gulf%20real%20estate%20properties&f=false See the description here. It
Section 6.1: Confidence Intervals for the Mean (Large Samples) 1. Find the critical value zc necessary to form a confidence interval at the given level of confidence. (References: definition for level of confidence page 311, end of section exercises 5 - 8 page 317) a. 98% b. 95% 2. In a random sample of 6
On January 7, 2000, the Gallup Organization released the results of a poll comparing the lifestyles of today with previous times. The survey results were based on telephone interviews with a randomly selected national sample of 1,031 adults, 19 years and older. a. Gallup found that 42 percent of the respondents said that they
Please see attached files for further information. 1. A toy company has developed a new toy for the upcoming Christmas season. Since this toy is considerably different from the ones it has manufactured previously, the company will need to develop a new production facility for it. Three facility sizes-small, medium, and large-
SEE ATTACHED FILE (11.63) Dun & Bradstreet survey of business owners found that 23% of female business owners had a business home page compared to 16% of male business owners. Assume that file XR11063 contains the underlying data for each group, coded as 1 = no business home page and 2 = business home page. Using the 0.01 lev
See attached file. 11.51. A plant manager has collected productivity data for a sample of workers, intending to see whether there is a difference in the number of units they produce on Monday versus Thursday. The results (units produced) are in data file XR11051. Using the 0.01 level of significance, evaluate the null hypothe
The data from exercise 1 follow. xi 1 2 3 4 5 yi 3 7 5 11 14 a. Use equation (14.23) to estimate the standard deviation of yp when x = 4. (Formula is given in the attachment). b. Use equation (14.24) to develop a 95% confidence interval estimate of the expected
1. A recent study of 50 self-service gasoline stations in the Greater Cincinnati' Northern Kentucky metropolitan area revealed that the mean price of unleaded gas was $2.029 per gallon. The sample standard deviation was $0.03 per gallon. Determine a 99 percent confidence interval for the population mean price. 2. The Bad
A shipment of 500 dolls is received by Panda Importers. The quality control manager selects a random sample of 75 to test. Five are bound to be defective. Construct a 90 percent confidence interval for the population proportion of defective dolls in the shipment. Ans should be 0.06666 + / - 1.645 sqrt (0.667 (1-0.667 / 75
Merrill Lynch Securities and Health Care Retirement, Inc., are two large employers in downtown Toledo, Ohio. They are considering jointly offering child care for their employees. As apart of the feasibility study, they wish to estimate the mean weekly child-care cost of their employees. A sample of 10 employees who use child car
SEE ATTACHED FILE - Sample Size, Finite Population (9.110) NOTE: Please use an Excel spreadsheet for response. Please do not just provide the answer but show in complete detail how you arrived at the answer, step-by-step, from the beginning to the end of the solution.
Dr. Patton is a professor of English. Recently she counted the number of misspelled words in a group of student essays. She noted the distribution of misspelled words per essay followed the normal distribution with a standard deviation of 2.44 words per essay. For her 10 A.M. section of 40 students, the mean number of misspe
See the attached Excel spreadsheet and 2 files which may be of assistance in determining the Mean. The spreadsheet contains the amount of fluid ounces of each of the 40 paint cans. NOTE: Please use an Excel spreadsheet for response. Please do not just provide the answers but show in complete detail how you arrived at the ans
A simple random sample of 25 has been collected from a normally distributed population for which it is known that ? = 17.0. The sample mean has been calculated as 342.0, and the sample standard deviation is s = 14.9. Construct and interpret the 95% and 99% confidence intervals for the population mean. NOTE: Please use a
Please explain the difference between confidence interval and significance level and how they interact or "influence" each other. Could you please give me a clear explanation with a simple example of these concepts.
A market research for a consumer electronics company studied television viewing habits residents an area. A random sample 40 respondents selected, respondent instructed a detailed record television viewing a week. The results follows: Viewing time week :X=15.3 hours, S = 3.8 hours. 27 respondents watch evening news a t weeknight
See data file attached. Compare the mean of the "Sleep" data to the national average of 6.9, with a standard deviation of 1.38. Perform the following statistical operations using a Microsoft Word document: State a research (directional) hypothesis and the null hypothesis about the populations Determine the cutoff sampl
A delivery truck manager takes a sample of 25 delivery trucks and calculates the sample mean and deviation for the cost of operation. A 95% confidence interval for the mean cost is constructed and found to be $253 to $320. He reasons that this interval contains the mean operating cost for the fleet of delivery trucks since the s
1. If you want to be 95% confident of estimating the population portion to within a sampling error of + 0.02 and there is historical evidence that the population proportion is approximately 0.40, what sample size is needed? 2. In a study of 500 executives, 315 stated that their company informally monitored social
1. If X=85 (sample mean), 8 is population standard deviation, and n=64 is sample size, construct a confidence interval estimate for the population mean. 2. The manager of a paint supply store wants to estimate the actual amount of paint contained in 1-gallon cans purchased from a nationally known manufacturer. The manufactue
Compute a 95% confidence interval for the population mean, based on the sample 25, 27, 23, 24, 25, 24 and 59. Change the number from 59 to 24 and recalculate the confidence interval. Using the results, describe the effect of an outlier or extreme value on the confidence interval.
See attached file for 3 problems: time for Speedy-Lub oil change, Google manager's salaries, Accu-Copiers' service times 2. The length of time to do a complete full service oil change at Speedy-Lube is normally distributed with a mean of 15.8 minutes and a standard deviation of 2.2 minutes X P(X < x) P(X > x) Mean Std dev 1
See attached file. Using the spreadsheet attached (and please send the completed document back), please use MegaStat to answer the following questions: 1. Do charges incurred by a patient depend on the type of insurance the patient has? If so, how? This is a hypothesis test where we could examine the average charges for pa
8. The following data were collected in a clinical trial to compare a new drug to a placebo for its effectiveness in lowering total serum cholesterol. Generate a 95% confidence interval for the difference in mean total cholesterol levels between treatments. New Drug (n=75), Mean (SD) Total Serum Cholesterol = 185.0