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    1. Discuss an example where you would use a test of hypothesis for in your professional life, personal life, education or politics. Provide sufficient details so that the context is clear and also discuss if the example involves:

    population mean or proportion
    large sample or small sample
    one or two populations
    description of the population(s)
    hypothesis being tested
    one-sided or two-sided test

    2. Discuss an example where you would use a test of hypothesis for means with dependent/paired samples at your employment, personal life, your education or in society.

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    1. Discuss an example where you would use a test of hypothesis for in your professional life, personal life, education or politics. Provide sufficient details so that the context is clear and also discuss if the example involves:

    Population mean or proportion:

    Context: Quality control: In a production house, which is producing bulbs, it is claimed that the average life of the bulb is 1000 hours. For the quality check of the incoming bulbs we cannot check the life of each and every bulb, so we take a small sample, light the bulbs and note the life of these bulbs. Then from the sample average life we make inferences about the population mean life through ...

    Solution Summary

    It provides real life examples of using hypothesis-testing technique. The first example presents a situation in the quality control and the second example presents a situation in the training department of an organization. Presented in text format (approx 500 words), the post explains how these two practical situations can be handled better by the use of hypothesis testing techniques.

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