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Unformatted text preview: will be one-tailed. 10) We expect the 95% CI to include zero and have a negative number as its lower and a positive number as its upper bound. 11) She should find the P value to be more than 0.05 and she should not reject the null. 12) The 95% CI for agency B will be narrower than the 95% CI for agency A 13) He should not reject the null and conclude that the percentage of men who believe women should stay home and take care of new borns is not differet from 25%. 14) You reject the null hypothesis for a one-tailed test and fail to reject it for a two-tailed test. 15) The probability of concluding that gender is related to political affiliation when in fact it is not is 32%. 16) The P value is around 32%, we fail to reject the null and conclude that the coin is fair....
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This note was uploaded on 06/09/2008 for the course STATS 112 taught by Professor Esfandini during the Spring '08 term at UCLA.
- Spring '08