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Statistics 1 Linear Correlatio Statistics Dena Ballagh 11/29/2015

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Statistics 2 Task1: A) Scatter plot: n=7 Test statistic,t = -0.879 a=0.05 critical value = t(a/2, n-2) = t(0.025,5) = 2.571 B) H0: population correlation coefficient = 0 H1: population correlation coefficient not equal to 0 (there is a linear correlation between the proportion of wins and the above difference) Since |t|<2.571 hence H0 cannot be rejected so there is NO sufficient evidence to
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Unformatted text preview: conclude that there is a linear correlation between the proportion of wins and the above difference. Task2: Statistics 3 n = 8 Similarly r = 0.8737 Test statistic,t = 4.399 Critical value = t(0.025,6) = 2.447 Since t > 2.447 hence reject H0 Yes, there is a linear correlation between the number of chirps in 1 minute and the temperature...
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