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    Hypothesis, Population Mean and Proportions

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    Discuss examples where you would use test of hypothesis at your personal or professional life, in your education or society for the following situations:

    (a) For two population means and discuss if the example would use large samples or small samples.

    (b) For two population proportions.

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    Please see response attached. I hope this helps and take care.

    1. Discuss examples where you would use test of hypothesis at your personal or professional life, in your education or society for the following situations:

    (a) For two population means and discuss if the example would use large samples or small samples.

    Perhaps a student who is writing a thesis or a college professor might be interested in investigating the following research question: Do male and female college students differ with respect to their fastest reported driving speed? They could take a random sample of the population of all female college students (n1 = 30) and a population of all male college student (n2 = 30).

    Let μf = the average fastest speed of all female college students
    Let μm = the average fastest speed of all ...

    Solution Summary

    By responding to the two scenarios, this solution provides examples of where you would use the test of hypothesis.

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