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A) Write the estimated regression equation. b) Comput the F statistic and test the significance of the relationship at the 0.05 level of significance... (See attachment for full background and all questions)

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A) Write the estimated regression equation. b) Comput the F statistic and test the significance of the relationship at the 0.05 level of significance... (See attachment for full background and all questions)

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Question 1 (5 points) A toy manufacturer produces battery-operated games. A random sample of 25 games averaged 15 operating hours on a set of batteries, with a standard deviation of 1.6 hours. Calculate the interval estimate with 95 percent confidence for the average operating time on a set of batteries for all of the ma

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Please use Excel when necessary: 1) When the p-value is smaller than the significance level: a) A type 1 error is committed b) A type 11 error is committed c) The null hypothesis is rejected d) The critical value is correct. Problem # 2) The coefficient of correlation between the variables X and Y was computed to be -0.6

A) Analyse the data below to test the hypotheses that there are no differences between the two groups of subjects in terms of their walking time to exhaustion (in seconds) and ratings of perceived exertion (RPE) after 8 minutes of walking. Healthy subjects --------------------------------------------------------------------

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PLEASE ANSWER IN DETAIL , GIVING ALL NECESSARY EXPLANATIONS AND SOLUTIONS. DO NOT USE EXCEL .

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Please see attached. There are a total of 5 problems. Student is requiring assistance in how these problems are worked.

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Equation #2: Z= (P1- P2) / square root of (p1q1/n1+p2q2/n2) What is the null hypothesis of that which Equation #2 tests? (In this case, please DO NOT use symbols in your answer. Just write out, in words, the null hypothesis.) See attached document

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