How can I set up
One - Population"
1. State a relevant and useful "One - Population" hypothesis both in Words and statistical language for each population (minimum of 3)
2. Perform the 5 step hypothesis testing procedure
3. Present your calculations and results
4. Make all possible observations and interpret the results

"Two Population"
1. State a relevant and useful "Two Population" hypothesis both in Words and statistical language for each pair of the population. This Hypothesis should compare the means between each pair of these populations. For 3 populations you will have 3 pairs to compare.
2. Perform the 5 step hypothesis testing procedure for each pair
3. Present your calculations and results
4. Make all possible observations and interpret the results

Solution Summary

Word and Excel documents attached show how to set up a problem with one and two populations.

Tourism is one consideration for CoffeeTime's future, A survey of 1,233 visitors to mumbai last year revealed that 110 visited a small cafe during their visit. Laura claims that 10% of tourists will include a visit to a cafe.

An ANOVA test was conducted with respect to the population mean. The null hypothesis was rejected. This indicates
1. There were too many degrees of freedom.
2. There is no difference between the population means.
3. There is a difference between at least twopopulation means.
4. A larger sample should be selected.
5. None o

Kannon Camera has developed a new camera that it claims can take an average of more than 10 photographs per second. You decide to evaluate the company's claim. A sample of 16 cameras was used; they were tested and found to have a mean number of photographs per second of 10.50. Previous tests of cameras of this type revealed that

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A sample mean, sample size, and population standard deviation are given. Use the P-value approach to perform a one-mean z-test about the mean of the population from which the sample was drawn.
x bar= 78, n = 28, sigma = 11, Hnought: mu=72, Hone: mu>72 , alpha = 0.01
First find the proper z value then use this to find the

Palmdale Permits Population
2003 946 127,585
2004 1366 131,295
2005 1536 134,570
2006 1190 141,012
Total Permits:
5,038
Ho: p=0: The amount of permits is dependent upon population.
H1: p is not equal to 0: The amount of permits is not dependent upon population.
In

I want to see two methods are the significantly same or not. Each methods has 5 variables are inside. so I would like to see each 5 variables from methods A and B are significantly the same and overall the two methods are significantly same or not. Could you set up the statistically methods(experimental design) (Null hypothesis

A sample size of 16 was randomly drawn from a normal population. The mean of these 16 cases was 47.6875 and the sample standard deviation was 19.0883. At an alpha level of .05, does the mean of the population differ significantly from 60?

A sample of n=9 scores is obtained from a normal population distribution with o-=12. The sample mean is M=60.
a- with a two-tailed test and o=.05,use the sample data to test the hypothesis that the population mean is u=65.
b- with a two-tailed test and o=.05, use the ample data to test the hypothesis that the population me