STA 104 Spring 2017 Sample Exam II SolutionsErin K. MelconTrue/FalseFor each of the following questions indicate true or false, thenexplainyour answer. You may use examples to illustrate youranswer.(I)For a non-parametric contingency table problem, the total number of ways we can shuffle the rows are equal to thetotal number of ways we can shuffle the columns for anyr= number of rows,c= number of columns.
(II)When the distribution of the bootstrapped values ofθis skewed, a BCA confidence interval will in general yield have ahigher coverage probability.
(III) For a linear regression problem, we should only use non-parametric statistical methods when the sample size is small.