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Null hypothesis He: HiMa = 0
Alternative hypothesis HV – H2 > 0
TValue DF Pvalue
0.12 593 0.453
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Null hypothesis Hoipl. – Hz = 0
Alternative hypothesis HipoPa = 0
TValue DF PValue
0.12 593 0.905
d. Which of the above outputs is the correct Minitab output for this test.
[ Select]
e. If you did not have computer software available, what would the conservative degrees of freedom
have been for this significance test? [Select ]
f. If the assumption of normality had not been met for this significance test, what other method
could have been used to compare the two means? (Select]
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A researcher is interested to see if there is significant evidence that Freshmen sleep more than
Others.
Possible Minitab outputs for this significance test are given below.
Output 1
Test
Null hypothesis Hoi Ho – Mz = 0
Alternative hypothesis HipH: < 0
TValue DF Pvalue
0.12 593 0.547
Output 2
Test
Null hypothesis Hai MiP: = 0
Altemative hypothesis HuPz > 0
TValue DF Pvalue
0.12 593 0.453
Output 3
Test
Null hypothesis Ho: Mo – Mz = 0
Alternative hypothesis HiiuM: 0
TValue DF Pvalue
0.12 593 0.905
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d. Which of the above outputs is the correct Minitab output for this test.
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d. The pvalue is 0.000, what conclusion can you make?
Fill in the blank.
With a pvalue of 0.000 (small pvalue),
There is
evidence that the true
proportion of Americans that get most of their information about current events from the Internet is
greater in 2018 than in 2012. [Select ]
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A 95% confidence interval was calculated using the same set of data. The Minitab output is given
below.
Descriptive Statistics
Sample N
Event Sample p
Sample 1 994 299 0.300805
Sample 2 1174 539 0.459114
Estimation for Difference
95% CI for
Difference Difference
0.158309 (0.198625, 0.117993)
e. Complete the interpretation.
We are 95% confident that the true proportion of Americans that get most of their information
about current events from the Internet in 2012 is between
than in 2018.
[ Select]
f. Given the following two statements:
1. The necessary assumptions were met for both the significance test and the 95% confidence
interval.
II. In the Minitab output above, Difference
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Has the way in which people get information about current events in the news changed in recent
times? A General Social Survey found that in 2012 (group 1), 299 out of 994 Americans got most of
their information about current events from the Internet. In 2018 (group 2), 539 out of 1174
Americans got most of their information about current events from the Internet. Is there significant
evidence that the true proportion of Americans that get most of their information about current
events from the Internet is greater in 2018 than in 2012?
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a. Is this a question about independent or dependent proportions? [Select]
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b. What is the correct hypothesis for this significance test?
Note: In the answer choices “not =” stands for +
[ Select]
c. The calculation for the test statistic is:
2 =
(0.30080.4591)0
10.3865(10.3865) + 117)
= 7.54
Which of these values is the pooled proportion? ! [ Select]
d. The pvalue is 0.000, what conclusion can you make?
Fill in the blank.
With a pvalue of 0.000 (small pvalue), I
There is
evidence that the true
proportion of Americans that get most of their information about current events from the Internet is
greater in 2018 than in 2012. [Select]
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Descriptive Statistics
Sample N
Event Sample p
Sample 1 994 299 0.300805
Sample 2 1174 539 0.459114
Estimation for Difference
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Difference
0.158309
95% CI for
Difference
(0.198625, 0.117993)
e. Complete the interpretation.
?
We are 95% confident that the true proportion of Americans that get most of their information
about current events from the Internet in 2012 between
than in 2018.
[ Select]
f. Given the following two statements:
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1. The necessary assumptions were met for both the significance test and the 95% confidence
interval.
11. In the Minitab output above, Difference = 0.158309 represents the point estimate P1 – P2.
Which of the statements are true? [Select]
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How do students in their first year of college differ from students who have been in college longer?
A recent student survey asked a random sample of 337 freshmen (group 1) and 286 others (group 2)
how many hours they sleep on a typical night. Data for freshmen and others is given in the table
below.
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Sample Mean, I
7.558
7.547
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Sample Standard Deviation, s
1.080
1.137
Sample Size, n
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337
286
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a. Which of the following are the necessary assumptions for the 95% confidence interval for
comparing two independent means?
1. Quantitative data in both groups
II. Categorical data in both groups
III. Independent random samples
IV. The sample sizes n1 = 337 and n2 = 286 are both at least 30
V. Successes in group 1 = 337 and successes in group 2 = 286, both are at least 15
For credit, you must choose all of the assumptions that apply. [Select]
b. What is the parameter?
[ Select]
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C. Calculate the 95% confidence interval. [Select ]
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A researcher is interested to see if there is significant evidence that Freshmen sleep more than
Others.
Possible Minitab outputs for this significance test are given below.
Output 1
Test
Null hypothesis Hoi Ho  Mz = 0
Alternative hypothesis HipH: < 0
TValue DF Pvalue
0.12 593 0.547
Output 2
Test
Null hypothesis Hai MiP: = 0
Altemative hypothesis HuPz > 0
TValue DF Pvalue
0.12 593 0.453
Output 3
Test
Null hypothesis Ho: Mo – Mz = 0
Alternative hypothesis HiiuM: 0
TValue DF Pvalue
0.12 593 0.905
ho
d. Which of the above outputs is the correct Minitab output for this test.
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Descriptive Statistics
Sample N
Event Sample p
Sample 1 994 299 0.300805
Sample 2 1174 539 0.459114
Estimation for Difference
3
Difference
0.158309
95% CI for
Difference
(0.198625, 0.117993)
e. Complete the interpretation.
?
We are 95% confident that the true proportion of Americans that get most of their information
about current events from the Internet in 2012 between
than in 2018.
[ Select]
f. Given the following two statements:
w
1. The necessary assumptions were met for both the significance test and the 95% confidence
interval.
11. In the Minitab output above, Difference = 0.158309 represents the point estimate P1 – P2.
Which of the statements are true? [Select]
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d. The pvalue is 0.000, what conclusion can you make?
Fill in the blank.
With a pvalue of 0.000 (small pvalue),
There is
evidence that the true
proportion of Americans that get most of their information about current events from the Internet is
greater in 2018 than in 2012. [Select ]
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A 95% confidence interval was calculated using the same set of data. The Minitab output is given
below.
Descriptive Statistics
Sample N
Event Sample p
Sample 1 994 299 0.300805
Sample 2 1174 539 0.459114
Estimation for Difference
95% CI for
Difference Difference
0.158309 (0.198625, 0.117993)
e. Complete the interpretation.
We are 95% confident that the true proportion of Americans that get most of their information
about current events from the Internet in 2012 is between
than in 2018.
[ Select]
f. Given the following two statements:
1. The necessary assumptions were met for both the significance test and the 95% confidence
interval.
II. In the Minitab output above, Difference
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How do students in their first year of college differ from students who have been in college longer?
A recent student survey asked a random sample of 337 freshmen (group 1) and 286 others (group 2)
how many hours they sleep on a typical night. Data for freshmen and others is given in the table
below.
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Sample Mean, I
7.558
7.547
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Sample Standard Deviation, s
1.080
1.137
Sample Size, n
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337
286
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a. Which of the following are the necessary assumptions for the 95% confidence interval for
comparing two independent means?
1. Quantitative data in both groups
II. Categorical data in both groups
III. Independent random samples
IV. The sample sizes n1 = 337 and n2 = 286 are both at least 30
V. Successes in group 1 = 337 and successes in group 2 = 286, both are at least 15
For credit, you must choose all of the assumptions that apply. [Select]
b. What is the parameter?
[ Select]
/
C. Calculate the 95% confidence interval. [Select ]
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V. Successes in group 1 = 337 and successes in group 2 = 286, both are at least 15
For credit, you must choose all of the assumptions that apply. [Select]
b. What is the parameter?
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c. Calculate the 95% confidence interval. (Select]
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men sleep more than
(0.078, 0.100)
A researcher is interested to see if there is
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Others.
(0.164, 0.186)
Possible Minitab outputs for this significance test are given below.
Output 1
Test
Null hypothesis Ho Ho  P2 = 0
Alternative hypothesis Hs: My  P: 0
TValue
DF
PValue
0.12
593
0.453
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a. Which of the following are the necessary assumptions for the 95% confidence interval for
comparing two independent means?
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1. Quantitative data in both groups
II. Categorical data in both groups
III. Independent random samples
IV. The sample sizes n1 = 337 and n2 = 286 are both at least 30
V. Successes in group 1 = 337 and successes in group 2 = 286, both are at least 15
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For credit, you must choose all of the assumptions that apply.
[ Select ]
b. What is the parameter?
[ Select ]
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xbar_1  xbar_2, the difference in the sample mean hours of sleep on a typical night between freshmen and others.
p_1p_2, the difference in the true proportion of freshmen and others who sleep at night.
mu_1  mu_2, the difference in the true mean hours of sleep on a typical night between freshmen and others.
mu_d, the true mean difference in hours of sleep on a typical night between freshmen and others.
mu_1  mu_2, the difference in the sample mean hours of sleep on a typical night between freshmen and others.
A researcher is interested to see if there is significant evidence that Freshmen sleep more than
Others.
Possible Minitab outputs for this significance test are given below.
Output 1
Test
Null hypothesis Ho Ho  Hz = 0
Alternative hypothesis H: My  : < 0
TValue
DF
PValue
0.12
593
0547
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Null hypothesis Hello : = 0
Alternative hypothesis He: ui  Mz > 0
TValue DF Pvalue
0.12 593 0.453
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Null hypothesis Hoi Ho – Me = 0
Alternative hypothesis HiiH – Pa = 0
TValue DF Pvalue
0.12 593 0.905
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d. Which of the above outputs is the correct Minitab output for this test.
[ Select]
e. If you did not have computer software available, what would the conservative degrees of freedom
have been for this significance test? [
[ Select ]
f. If the assumption of normality had not been met for this significance test, what other method
could have been used to compare the two means? (elect]
[ Select ]
One sample t test for the mean
Permutation Test
Two sample z test for comparing independent proportions
McNemar’s Test
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Output 2
Test
Null hypothesis Ho: Mi – M: = 0
Alterative hypothesis He: M – N2 > 0
TValue DE Pvalue
0.12 593 0.453
Output 3
Test
Null hypothesis Ho Ho – P: = 0
Alternative hypothesis HP, – M27 0
TValue
0.12
DF Pvalue
593 0.905
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d. Which of the above outputs is the correct Minitab output for this test.
[ Select]
e. If you did not have computer software available, what would the conservative degrees of freedom
have been for this significance test? [Select ]
f. If the assumption of normality had not been met for this significance test, what other method
could have been used to compare the two means? [Select]
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b. What is the parameter?
[ Select]
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c. Calculate the 95% confidence interval. [Select]
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A researcher is interested to see if there is significant evidence that Freshmen sleep more than
Others.
Possible Minitab outputs for this significance test are given below.
Output 1
Test
Null hypothesis Hoilla – Mz = 0
Alternative hypothesis Hy: M. – H2 < 0
TValue
0.12
DF Pvalue
0.547
593
Output 2
Test
Null hypothesis Ho: Hi  H: = 0
Alternative hypothesis Hai Mo  M2 > 0
TValue
DF
PValue
0.12
593
0.453
Output 3
Test
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How do students in their first year of college differ from students who have been in college longer?
A recent student survey asked a random sample of 337 freshmen (group 1) and 286 others (group 2)
how many hours they sleep on a typical night. Data for freshmen and others is given in the table
below.
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Sample Standard Deviation, s
1.080
1.137
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Sample Size, n
337
286
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a. Which of the following are the necessary assumptions for the 95% confidence interval for
comparing two independent means?
1. Quantitative data in both groups
II. Categorical data in both groups
III. Independent random samples
IV. The sample sizes n1 = 337 and n2 = 286 are both at least 30
V. Successes in group 1 = 337 and successes in group 2 = 286, both are at least 15
For credit, you must choose all of the assumptions that apply. [Select]
the
b. What is the parameter?
[ Select]
c. Calculate the 95% confidence interval. [Select]
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d. The pvalue is 0.000, what conclusion can you make?
Fill in the blank.
With a pvalue of 0.000 (small pvalue),
There is
evidence that the true
proportion of Americans that get most of their information about current events from the Internet is
greater in 2018 than in 2012. [Select ]
A 95% confidence interval was calculated using the same set of data. The Minitab output is given
below.
Descriptive Statistics
Sample N
Event Sample p
Sample 1 994 299 0.300805
Sample 2 1174 539 0.459114
Estimation for Difference
95% CI for
Difference Difference
0.158309 (0.198625, 0.117993)
e. Complete the interpretation.
We are 95% confident that the true proportion of Americans that get most of their information
about current events from the Internet in 2012 is between
than in 2018.
[ Select]
f. Given the following two statements:
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1. The necessary assumptions were met for hath tha sinnifer
interval.
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Has the way in which people get information about current events in the news changed in recent
times? A General Social Survey found that in 2012 (group 1), 299 out of 994 Americans got most of
their information about current events from the Internet. In 2018 (group 2), 539 out of 1174
Americans got most of their information about current events from the Internet. Is there significant
evidence that the true proportion of Americans that get most of their information about current
events from the Internet is greater in 2018 than in 2012?
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a. Is this a question about independent or dependent proportions? [Select]
b. What is the correct hypothesis for this significance test?
Note: In the answer choices “not =” stands for +
[ Select]
c. The calculation for the test statistic is:
2=
(0.30080.4591)0
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Which of these values is the pooled proportion? [Select] W
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0.3008
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0.3865
Fill in the blank.
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With a pvalue of 0.000 (small pvalue), L
proportion of Americans that get most of their in
ence that the true
from the Internet is
1/994
greater in 2018 than in 2012. [Select ]
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Has the way in which people get information about current events in the news changed in recent
times? A General Social Survey found that in 2012 (group 1), 299 out of 994 Americans got most of
their information about current events from the Internet. In 2018 (group 2), 539 out of 1174
Americans got most of their information about current events from the Internet. Is there significant
evidence that the true proportion of Americans that get most of their information about current
events from the Internet is greater in 2018 than in 2012?
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a. Is this a question about independent or dependent proportions? [Select]
b. What is the correct hypothesis for this significance test?
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Ho: p_1p_2 < 0 versus Ha: p_1p_2 = 0
Ho: phat_1  phat_2 0
Ho: p_1p_2 = 0 versus Ha: p_1p_2 < 0
Ho: p_1p_2 = 0 versus Ha: p_1p_2 > 0
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d. The pvalue is 0.000, what conclusion can you make?
Fill in the blank.
With a pvalue of 0.000 (small pvalue),
There is
evidence that the true
proportion of Americans that get most of their information about current events from the Internet is
greater in 2018 than in 2012. [Select ]
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Has the way in which people get information about current events in the news changed in recent
times? A General Social Survey found that in 2012 (group 1). 299 out of 994 Americans got most of
their information about current events from the Internet. In 2018 (group 2), 539 out of 1174
Americans got most of their information about current events from the Internet. Is there significant
evidence that the true proportion of Americans that get most of their information about current
events from the Internet is greater in 2018 than in 2012?
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a. Is this a question about independent or dependent proportions? (Select]
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b. What is the correct hypothesis for this significance test?
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C. The calculation for the test statistic is:
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Which of these values is the pooled proportion? [Select]
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d. The pvalue is 0.000, what conclusion can you make?
Fill in the blank.
With a pvalue of 0.000 (small pvalue),
There is
evidence that the true
proportion of Americans that get most of their information about current events from the Internet is
greater in 2018 than in 2012.
[ Select ]
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Descriptive Statistics
Sample N
Event Sample p
Sample 1 994 299 0.300805
Sample 2 1174 539 0.459114
Estimation for Difference
95% Cl for
Difference Difference
0.158309 (0.198625, 0.117993)
e. Complete the interpretation.
?
We are 95% confident that the true proportion of Americans that get most of their information
about current events from the Internet in 2012 is between
than in 2018.
[ Select]
f. Given the following two statements:
1. The necessary assumptions were met for both the significance test and the 95% confidence
interval.
II. In the Minitab output above, Difference = 0.158309 represents the point estimate P1 – P2
Which of the statements are true? [Select]
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A 95% conhdence interval was calculated using the same set of data. The Minitab output is given
below.
Descriptive Statistics
Sample N Event Sample
Sample 1
994 299 0.300805
Sample 2 1174 539 0.459114
Estimation for Difference
95% CI for
Difference Difference
0.158309 (0.198625, 0.117993)
e. Complete the interpretation.
We are 95% confident that the true proportion of Americans that get most of their information
about current events from the Internet in 2012 is between
than in 2018.
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0.199 more to 0.118 less
ments:
0.118 and 0.199 less
0.199 less to 0.118 more
were met for both the significance test and the 95% confidence
0.118 and 0.199 more
, Difference = 0.158309 represents the point estimate P1 – P2.
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Descriptive Statistics reject Ho; very strong
Sample N Event Sample p
Sample 1 994 299 0.300805
Sample 2 1174 539 0.459114
Estimation for Difference
95% CI for
Difference Difference
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e. Complete the interpretation.
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than in 2018.
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