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    10.29 Examine the data below showing the weights (in pounds) of randomly selected checked bags for an airline's flights on the same day. (a) At Ã?± = .05, is the mean weight of an international bag greater? Show the hypotheses, decision rule, and test statistic. (b) At Ã?± = .05, is the variance greater for bags on an international flight? Show the hypotheses, decision rule, and test statistic. Luggage

    International Domestic
    (10 bags) (15 bags)

    39 47 29 37 43
    54 48 36 33 42
    46 28 33 29 32
    39 54 34 43 35
    69 62 38 39 39

    11.23 Mean output of solar cells of three types are measured six times under random light intensity over a period of 5 minutes, yielding the results shown. Research question: Is the mean solar cell output the same for all cell types? SolarWatts

    Solar Cell Output (watts)
    Cell Type Output (watts)

    A 123 121 123 124 125 127

    B 125 122 122 121 122 126

    C 126 128 125 129 131 128

    15.17 Employees of Axolotl Corporation were sampled at random from pay records and asked to complete an anonymous job satisfaction survey, yielding the tabulation shown. Research question: At Ã?± = .05, is job satisfaction independent of pay category? Employees 688 Applied Statistics in Business and Economics

    Pay Type Satisfied Neutral Dissatisfied Total

    Salaried 20 13 2 35

    Hourly 135 127 58 320

    Total 155 140 60 355.

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    10.29 Examine the data below showing the weights (in pounds) of randomly selected checked bags for an airline's flights on the same day. (a) At α = .05, is the mean weight of an international bag greater? Show the hypotheses, decision rule, and test statistic. (b) At α = .05, is the variance greater for bags on an international flight? Show the hypotheses, decision rule, and test statistic. Luggage

    International Domestic
    (10 bags) (15 bags)

    39 47 29 37 43
    54 48 36 33 42
    46 28 33 29 32
    39 54 34 43 35
    69 62 38 39 39

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    (a) At α = .05, is the mean weight of an international bag greater? Show the hypotheses, decision rule, and test statistic.

    The null hypothesis tested is
    H0: There is no significant difference in the mean weight of international and domestic bags. (µ1= µ2)
    The alternative hypothesis is
    H1: The mean weight of an international bag is greater than that of domestic. (µ1> µ2)
    The test statistic used is
    Where , where = 48.6, = 36.13333333, S12 = 141.3777778, S22= 20.98095238, n1 = 10, n2 = 15. (Please see the excel sheet)
    That is, = 8.251833349
    Therefore, = 3.700628799
    Rejection criteria: Reject the null hypothesis, if the calculated value of t is greater than the critical value of t with 23 d.f. at the 0.05 significance level.

    Upper critical value = 1.713871517

    Hence the ...

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