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    Perform hypothesis testing on one variable's data(choose either the intrinsic or extrinsic Job Satisfaction)using 25 as our data set number. Perform a t-test by formulating a null and an alternative statement choosing an acceptable significance value, determining the appropriate critical value, selecting the test statistic and

    Hypothesis testing on real estate data

    STATISTICS Tasks: ? Decide on an issue that you wish to investigate and obtain the sample data that you will use. ? Decide on 5 questions (in everyday English) that you wish to answer. Note: At this stage, do not try to answer these questions. ? For each quantitative variable use Excel to analyze your data by o p

    Show why you support Chrysler's claim by listing the p-value from your output. Test the claim about standard deviation. What action should Chrysler take to remedy complaints?

    Chrysler Corporation agrees to allow you to randomly select 40 of its new Dodge Caravans to test the highway mileage. Chrysler claims that the caravans get 28mpg on the highway. Your results show a mean of 26.7 and a standard deviation of 4.2. You support Chrysler's claim. 1. Show why you support Chrysler's claim by listing t

    Complete the following analysis on various hypotheses.

    The team determined that to confirm the validity of their screening experiment they should compare the test score results for some students that were at both the high setting and low setting within the last three years. This would allow them to compare the impact of the factors for individual students. What I need to fi

    Hypothesis Testing

    The Non-Profit Times conducted a random sample of 126 U.S. non-profit companies at the beginning of 2005. The results reported that the average salary of an executive director of a nonprofit was $92,411 per year with a sample standard deviation of $25,326. A research team from a competing newspaper, which was skeptical of thes

    Mutual funds Investors Examined

    1. Periodically, Merrill Lynch customers are asked to evaluate Merrill Lynch financial consultants and services (2000 Merrill Lynch Client Satisfaction Survey). Higher ratings on the client satisfaction survey indicate better services, with 7 the maximum service rating. Independent samples of service ratings for two financial co

    Golf Club Driving Differences Confidence Intervals

    Birdie Golf Equipment Birdie Golf Equipment is a major manufacturer of golf equipment. Management believes that that Birdies market share could be increased with the introduction of a new cut-resistant, longer-lasting golf ball. Therefore, the research group at Birdie has been investigating a new golf ball coating designed

    Job satisfaction data : Hypothesis testing

    Using our data set from Unit 1, compose an email to the head of the American Intellectual Union which discusses the following: Begin your email to AIU by first providing an overview of the database, i.e. a story. Be sure to include information about how you would use the concept of probabilities to apply to profiles for

    Testing of Hypothesis for Proportion

    4. A survey was conducted to compare the proportion of male and female adults, 25 years or older, who have completed four or more years of college. It was found that among 350 females, 100 completed four or more years of college, and among 400 males, 115 completed four or more years of college. At sigma = 0.02, is the proportion

    Machine Control at 5% Level of Significance Normal Distribution

    A machine is adjusted so that when under control, the amount of sugar filled in a bag is normally distributed with a mean amount of 5 pounds. To check if the machine is under control, six bags were picked at random and their weights (in pounds) were found to be as follows: 5.3, 5.1, 4.9, 5.4, 4.9, 5.3 At the 5% level of signif

    Test of Differences

    What test of differences is appropriate in each of the following situations and why ? (a) Average campaign contributions of Democrats, Republicans, and Independents are to be compared. (b) Managers and supervisors have responded "yes," "no," or "not sure" to an attitude question. Their answers are to be compared. (c) On

    Statistics: Nonparametric Hypothesis Testing

    Formulate a hypothesis statement regarding the research issue. Perform the five-step hypothesis test on the data. Explain which non parametric test you used to analyze your data and why you choose that test. Interpret the result of your test. My null hypothesis is the salary of baseball players does not depend on the

    Statistics: Solving for the P-Value

    Please help with the following problem. Question: A new car is designed to run a mean of at least 50 000 kilometers before its first tune-up. Tests with 30 cars show a sample mean of 49 500 kilometers and a sample standard deviation of 1000 kilometers. a. Develop the null and alternative hypotheses most appropriate fo

    Hypothesis testing for the percentage of valid signatures.

    A candidate must gather at least 8,000 valid signatures on a petition before the deadline in order to run in an election. One candidate turns in 10,000 signatures right before the deadline, but it's always expected that some percentage of them are invalid. Elections officials take the random sample of 100 signatures and thorough

    Hypothesis Testing and Market Research

    Market researchers would like to know if customers prefer a well-known brand over a generic brand of soft drink. They give a large sample of people the two drinks to taste in a random order and ask them which one taste better. They find that 70% of people say the branded one and researchers compute a p-value of .02. Interpret th

    Hypothesis Testing and Absentee Rates

    Over the last year the absentee rate at a large corporation averaged 8.2 days absent with a standard deviation of 6 days. One department with 40 employees had an absentee rate of 12 days per employee. During an investigation the department head argued as follows "if you took 40 employees at random from the corporation, there is

    Hypothesis and identifying a Claim

    a. State the hypotheses and identify the claim b. Find the critical value c. Compute the test value d. Make the decision e. summarize the results and explain where the differences in the mean are Question # 1 Number of State Parks The number of state parks found in selected states in three different regions of the country

    Statistics problem for evolutionary theories

    14. Evolutionary theories often emphasize that humans have adapted to their physical environment. One such theory hypothesizes that people should spontaneously follow a 24-hour cycle of sleeping and waking?even if they are not exposed to the usual pattern of sunlight. To test this notion, eight paid volunteers were placed (indiv

    5-Step Hypothesis

    DATAS ATTACHED ? Two or More Sample Hypothesis Testing Paper Use the numerical data from one of the data set ? Develop one business research question from which you will formulate a research hypothesis that will test two or more populations. o Formulate both a numerical and verbal hypothesis statement regarding your rese

    The solution provides step by step method for the calculation of test statistic for a number of hypothesis testing problems . Formula for the calculation and Interpretations of the results are also included.

    II Solve each problem below. Be sure to show essential calculations. 11. The following statements refer to the alternate hypothesis. In the space provided, in symbolic form using H0, and H1 , write the null and alternate hypothesis. a. The mean pulse of lawyers is different from 90 beats per minute. H0: ____________________

    Statistics: Considering Actual Production

    You are trying to get an important new customer to buy a product that you produce. Their decision to buy depends on the speed at which you can produce the product once they have placed the order. Currently it takes you 70 hours on average to produce the product with a standard deviation of 8 hours. From historical data you have

    Various Hypothesis Testing Questions

    10.30 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 alpha = .01, did the yellow fire trucks have a significa

    Questions with Hypothesis Testing

    Consider the following hypothesis test: H0: u>= 1.25 Ha: u< 1.25 A sample of 49 provides a sample mean of 1.19 and a previous population standard deviation of 0.14. Answer the following questions: a. At a=0.01, what is the critical value? b. Compute the value of the test statistic t. c. What is the p-value? d.

    Should the manufacturer produce the new electrically powered cars?

    An automobile manufacturer stated that it would be willing ot mass produce electrically powered cares if more than 30% of potential buyers indicate they would purchase the newly designed electric cars. In a sample of 500 potential buyers, 160 indicated they would buy such a product. Should the manufacturer produce the new elec

    Significant Difference for Production Methods

    11.  In order to test to see if there is any significant difference in the mean number of units produced per week by each of three production methods, the following data were collected: Method I Method II Method III 182 170 160 170 192 156 185 190 179 a. Compute the overall sample mean . b.