I have two instruments, a total station and a RTK-GPS. I staked out specific points on the ground. I measured the points using a total station. then proceeded to measure the same points using the...

I have two instruments, a total station and a RTK-GPS. I staked out specific points on the ground. I measured the points using a total station. then proceeded to measure the same points using the...

Let X ∼ P(λ). We want to test the null hypothesis that λ = 15, and the alternative hypothesis is that λ > 15. Our sample size for this test is equal to 1. (a) We will reject...

the claim is that the proportion of peas with yellow pods is equal to 0.25 (or 25%). The sample statistics from one experiment include 510 peas with 143 of the having yellow pods. Find the value of...

There is evidence that cytotoxic T lymphocytes (T cells) participate in controlling tumor growth and that they can be harnessed to use the body's immune system to treat cancer. One study investigated...

The scores of adults on an IQ test are approximately Normal with mean 110 and standard deviation 17. An organization requires an IQ score of 144 or higher for membership. What percent of adults would...

1. Determine the highest level of measurement (nominal, ordinal, or Interval-ratio) for each of the following variables. Identify the highest level at which the variable might be measured. Explain...

Compare and contrast the following measures of dispersion (range, standard deviation) in terms of what each of these represent and in terms of the relative advantages/disadvantage of using one over...

Which statistical test should I use to see if there is a difference in employment vs unemployment between two surveys one from May and one from June (with different respondents and different numbers...

If a teacher want to se a new book based on student ratings, we can say that students were satisfied with the book if its rating is at least 6 and not satisfied if it is less than 6. For the...

Do adding multivitamin supplements to your daily diet help decrease the number of colds caught...is this a double blind or single blind study?

a. 1-∝=0.99, n=55 b.1-∝=0.90, n=55 c.1-∝=0.99, n=21 d.1-∝=0.99, n=70 e.1-∝=0.95, n=34

A student writes a multiple choice test consisting of three problems: The first one has 3 possible answers, of which one is correct. The second one has 5 possible answers, of which one...

Students at a local university have the option of taking freshman seminars during their first year in college. Freshman seminars are restricted to freshman and this rule is strictly enforced. A survey...

I'm trying to find a way to divide a skewed distribution in n-tiles (n=4 is Quartiles) however I want the mean of all groups to be "representative." Relevant information:...

do cafe customers stay longer with darker lighting- is this observational or observational with case control It's either a.observational b.observational with case control...

The second one is: do cafe customers stay longer with dark let lighting- is this observational,observational with case control,experiment,experiment with single or double blinding

The variation found among raw scores in a particular group in referred to as: a. between group variation b. Within group variation C. Total variation d. None

A basketballs players attempts 20 shots from the field during a game. This player hits about 46% of these shots. What is the chance the player hits more than 15 shots? This information will help the...

Let’s say it is the 2017-2018 academic year. In 2nd year statistics (grade), your friend achieved a grade of 64. Based on this year’s data, given her grade in 2nd year, what grade would you predict...

Edit Predictor variable is continuous with Quartiles (Q1, Q2, Q3, Q4) and 9-10 outcome variables (e.g CAC, CRP, TC, TG, small LDL-p, small HDL-p etc). I made binary of all outcome variables. Did binomial...