BQM Chp 10 Case 1.xlsx - SAT(P = 1 546 537 507 530 528 529...

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546 502 537 523 507 487 530 493 528 507 529 510 593 547 532 502 526 496 a. Compute the point estimates of the population means and varian 521 506 528 510 527.250 407.851 520 523 513.659 313.067 538 529 561 527 b. Compute the point estimates of the difference the means 543 496 545 529 13.591 518 494 508 530 c. Compute the estimated variances of the sample means. 542 534 574 534 8.497 7.115 526 496 531 532 d. Compute the standard error of the difference in the means 545 513 541 511 variance of the diff in sample means = 15.612 542 545 std deviation of the diff in sample means = 3.951 515 487 503 533 506 528 519 529 0.050 df = 503 528 549 530 513 488 515 518 515 523 526 529 504 516 < > 0 525 489 SAT (P = 1) SAT (P = 2) σ 1 2 = 405 σ 2 2 = The College Board provided comparisons of Scholastic Aptitude T level of education attained by the test taker's parents. A research h had attained a higher level of education would on average score hi math score is 515 (College Board website, November 15, 2009). T scores for students whose parents are college graduates (P = 1). Th scores for students whose parents are high school graduates (P = 2 the difference in SAT scores of the two groups.
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