Exercise 15.22 A student team examined parked cars in four different suburban shopping malls. One hundred vehicles were examined in each location. Research Question: At a = .05, does vehicle type vary by mall location? Vehicle Type Somerset Oakland Great Lakes Jamestown Row Total Car
See the attached case study for proper format and tables. (NOTE: Hypothesis testing only for independent variable slopes (b1 and b2). Calculate the 95% Confidence intervals for b1 and b2.) 3 THE FUEL CONSUMPTION CASE Use the output in (Fig 1a) to do (1) through (6) for each of ?0, ?1, and ?2 . (Fig-1a) t Statistics a
1. What is the five step process for hypothesis testing? Why or why not? What is the null hypothesis? Why is it important? What are its implications? Explain. You may use examples to show your understanding. 2. Why is it said that hypothesis testing involves a double negative logic? Explain why you think that this logic is i
10. Three Radar modifications were tested for detection range improvement using five trials each. The following single factor ANOVA Table presents the results: (See attachment for table) The modification (Mod) sample means are: Mod A = 31.4, Mod B = 28.6,Mod C = 23.8 Using the Fisher LSD test, determine if any of the
Consider the seven steps of hypothesis testing. The final step in the hypothesis-testing process involves deciding whether to reject the null hypothesis. Assuming the null hypothesis is not rejected, what is the difference between accepting the null hypothesis and failing to reject it? Explain your reasoning.
1. Use the given statement to represent a claim. Write its complement and state which Ho and which H a. ? ? 406 Find the complement of the claim. 2. Find the P-value for the indicated hypothesis test with the given standardized test statistic, z. Decide whether to reject Ho for the give level of significance a. Two-tai
1. If 10% of a population of parts is defective, what is the probability of randomly selecting 80 parts and finding that 12 or more parts are defective? 2. A survey was taken of U.S. companies that do business with firms in India. One of the questions on the survey was: Approximately how many years has your company been tra
Please see attached file for proper format and formulas. All work has to be shown. If using SPSS a copy of your output and data file has to be present. Please use formulas. Below is the data that has to be used to answer all of the questions. The participants were 30 statistics students that were randomly selected to parti
A finance professor claims that there is much more variability in the final exam scores of students taking the introductory finance course as a requirement than for students taking the course as part of a major in finance. Random samples of 16 non-finance majors (group 1) and 10 finance majors (group 2) are taken from the profes
1. Four animal bone samples were discovered in the ditch terminals. These bones bore signs of attempts at artificial preservation and might have been in use for a substantial period of time before being placed at Stonehenge. When dated, these bones had a mean age of 3187.5 BC and standard deviation of 67.4 years. Assume that the
Stonehenge's main ditch was dug in a series of segments. Excavations at the base of the ditch uncovered a number of antlers which bore signs of heavy use. These antlers could have been used by the builders as picks or rakes. The fact that no primary silt was discovered beneath the antlers suggests that they were buried in the di
How is the rejection region defined and how is that related to the z-score and the p value? When do you reject or fail to reject the null hypothesis? Why do you think statisticians are asked to complete hypothesis testing? Can you think of examples in courts, in medicine, or in your area?
A sample of 25 concession stand purchases at the October 22 matinee of Bride of Chucky showed a mean purchase of $5.29 with a standard deviation of $3.02. For the October 26 evening showing of the same movie, for a sample of 25 purchases the mean was $5.12 with a standard deviation of $2.14. The means appear to be very close, bu
To test the hypothesis that students who finish an exam first get better grades, Professor Hardtack kept track of the order in which papers were handed in. The first 25 papers showed a mean score of 77.1 with a standard deviation of 19.6, while the last 24 papers handed in showed a mean score of 69.3 with a standard deviation of
Does lovastatin (a cholesterol-lowering drug) reduce the risk of heart attack? In a Texas study, researchers gave lovastatin to 2,325 people and an inactive substitute to 2,081 people (average age 58). After 5 years, 57 of the lovastatin group had suffered a heart attack, compared with 97 for the inactive pill. (a) State the app
In Dallas, some fire trucks were painted yellow (instead of red) to heighten their visibility. During a test period, the fleet of red fire trucks made 153,348 runs and had 20 accidents, while the fleet of yellow fire trucks made 135,035 runs and had 4 accidents. At Ã?± = .01, did the yellow fire trucks have a significantly low
The spotlight effect refers to overestimating the extent to which others notice your appearance or behavior, especially when you commit a social faux pas. Effectively, you feel as if you are suddenly standing in a spotlight with everyone looking. In one demonstration of this phenomenon, Gilovich, Medvec, and Savitsky (2000) aske
4. The US department of education reports that 46% of full-time college students are employed while attending college. A recent survey of 600 full-time students at CCP found that 305 were employed. At a 5% level of significance, test to see if there is sufficient evidence that the proportion of full-time students who are employ
Please help with the following problem. The mean waiting time for the drive-through window of a fast-food franchise is believed to be 3.7 minutes. A manager wants to check the time at her particular restaurant. A sample of 75 customers is selected and the sample mean waiting time is 3.57 minutes with a sample standard deviat
System data for a job shop revealed that the average time spent by a job in the shop was approximately n = 5 working days. A random sample of size five is taken with time spent in the shop, 3.7, 4.6, 3.9, 4.1, and 3.8. Is the output consistent with system behavior? (Why?). Construct a statistical test using a level of signific
Statistics: Test districution of car accidents by age groups; healthcare providers' perception of child insurance program
Automobile insurance is much more expensive for teenage drivers than for older drivers. To justify this cost difference, insurance companies claim that younger drivers are much more likely to be involved in costly accidents. To test this claim, a researcher obtains information about registered drivers from the department of moto
If a random sample of 5 observations from one population results in a standard deviation of 12 and the other random sample of 7 observations results in a standard deviation of 7, with a significance level of .01 is there a variance in the first population. Looking to see how to layout work in this situation. And how to compare
Perform appropriate statistics for each of the following variables in the data file "binge.save" 1) age, 2) gender, 3) race, and 4) class. The choice of statistics should be either percentage with bar chart (for categorical/discrete variables), or the mean and standard deviation for continuous/ratio variables. For categorical v
The manufacturer of the ColorSmart-5000 television set claims that 95 percent of its sets last at least five years without needing a single repair. In order to test this claim, a consumer group randomly selects 400 consumers who have owned a ColorSmart-5000 television set for five years. Of these 400 consumers, 316 say that their ColorSmart-5000 television sets did not need repair, while 84 say that their ColorSmart-5000 television sets did need at least one repair. a. Letting p be the proportion of ColorSmart-5000 television sets that last five years without a single repair, set up the null and alternative hypotheses that the consumer group should use to attempt to show that the manufacturerâ??s claim is false. b. Use critical values and the previously given sample information to test the hypotheses you set up in part ? by setting ? equal to .10, .05, .01, and .001. How much evidence is there that the manufacturerâ??s claim is false? c. Do you think the results of the consumer groupâ??s survey have practical importance? Explain your opinion.
The manufacturer of the ColorSmart-5000 television set claims that 95 percent of its sets last at least five years without needing a single repair. In order to test this claim, a consumer group randomly selects 400 consumers who have owned a ColorSmart-5000 television set for five years. Of these 400 consumers, 316 say t
Consider a chemical company that wishes to determine whether a new catalyst, catalyst XA-100, changes the mean hourly yield of its chemical process from the historical process mean of 750 pounds per hour. When five trial runs are made using the new catalyst, the following yields (in pounds per hour) are recorded: 801, 814, 7
Recall that very satisfied customers give the XYZ-Box video game system a composite satisfaction rating that is at least 42. a: Letting mu represent the mean composite satisfaction rating for the XYZ-Box, set up the null and alternative hypotheses needed if we wish to attempt to provide evidence supporting the claim that mu e
The Crown Bottling Company has just installed a new bottling process that will fill 16-ounce bottles of the popular Crown Classic Cola soft drink. Both overfilling and underfilling bottles are undesirable: Underfilling leads to customer complaints and overfilling costs the company considerable money. In order to verify that the
Recall that very satisfied customers give the XYZ-Box video game system a rating that is at least 42. Suppose that the manufacturer of the XYZ-Box wishes to use the random sample of 65 satisfaction ratings to provide evidence supporting the claim that the mean composite satisfaction rating for the XYZ-Box exceeds 42. a: L
ABC Convenient stores uses fixed-time period model to determine order quantity for their popular chewing gum (Supergum). Daily demand for Supergum is 100 units with a standard deviation of 25 units. The review period is 10 days and lead time is 6 days. At the beginning of this review period there are 50 units in stock. If
Only three short Questions. I've already formed the calculations for each test, but I need help answering what's highlighted in Red. Short explanation is fine. See Attachment.