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Exercise For Review each of the claims that follow, choose which of the following tests would be most appropriate. (a) One sample t test (b) Two sample t test (c) Matched pair test (d) One sample proportion test (e) Two sample proportion test (f) Regression slope test (g) Chi-square goodness-of-t test (h) Analysis of variance 1. More than half of all babies born are boys. 2. The probability a student will pass...

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