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Choose one of the following:   A) 15 B) 14 C) 4 D) 3

Choose one of the following:   A) the less likely an observed difference is due to chance B) the more likely an observed difference is due to chance C) the larger the sum of squares...

Choose one of the following:   A) at least two of the means differ B) μ1=μ2=μ3 C) μ1≥ μ2 and μ3 D) there exists in the set of i and j at least one...

Choose one of the following:   A) a normal distribution B) equal variances C) random sampling D) all of the above

Choose one of the following:    A) total B) within group C) partial D) between group

A) 60 B) 59 C) 56 D) 42

A) 60 B) 59 C) 56 D) 42

A) analysis of variance is easier to calculate B) multiple t-tests increase the risk of a type l error C) both A and B D) none of the above

A)made the correct decision B)made a type l error C)made a type 2 error D) none of the above

To test for difference randomizes two groups implementing one program to each group(six members are in each group). The warden got a tobtained value of 2.7 a =.05, is there a difference between groups...

A) it is unlikely that the difference is a result of chance B) the research hypothesis is proven to be false C) the population means are equal D) the t value in the table is greater than...

A random sample of 40 students has a test score average with a standard deviation of 11.1.  find the margin of error c=0.98

For the confidence interval (\$61,\$97), indentify the mean and margin of error.  A sample population of 300 subjects was selected by taking a simple random sample of lunch reciepts from the colleges...

find a sample mean and  sample standard deviation for the data set of 41, 37, 57, 47, 31, 31, 41, 37, 57,27,47,41,45

A 28-year-old man pays \$165 for a one-year life insurance policy with coverage of \$140,000. If the probability that he will live through the year is 0.9994, what is the expected value for the insurance...

You do not need to type in the formulas. Indicate the n and p for the Binomial setting and describe the steps taken to solve the problem   The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) trains...

An experiment tests whether or not dogs can detect cancer by sniffing 7 urine vials, one of which was from a cancer patient. When the hypothesis is tested that the dogs randomly guess, H0: p = 1/7,...

During September, the average temperature of Laurel Lake is 64.2° and the standard deviation is 3.2°. Assume the variable is normally distributed. For a randomly selected day in September, find the...

The mean consumption of beef at the turn of the century was 70 pounds per person per year in the US.  A sample of 32 people taken this year yielded the following data, in pounds, on last years...