HW3 - 3.47 b) The population for this study should be taken...

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HW3 (TTh students – due Tu, 10/2, MWF students – due W 10/3) Name . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .UMID  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Lecture:         MWF     TTh               GSI:         Carrie   Katherine   Lin                 Lab Section #                         .              3.39 (p196):   Circle one: Observational Experiment 3.45 – Define the one of the two populations being considered a)   Circle one: Observational Experiment b)   Explanatory variable =          Response variable =  d)   The 20% value is a  (circle one): parameterstatistic f)   A possible p-value that would have been described as “approaching significance” = . . . . . . 
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Unformatted text preview: 3.47 b) The population for this study should be taken as . . . c) 3.49 a) Circle one: Observational Experiment b) Response variable = d) Sampling technique = e) Type of bias = 3.56 a) Sampling technique = e) Circle one: >0.05 0.05 Cant tell f) Circle one: >0.05 0.05 Cant tell 3.58 a) Response variable = b) Was replication used? Answer: Yes, 30 people (or replicates) within each group. d) e) Circle one: Ho H 1 What real-world conclusion would you make? g) Circle the possible error type: Type 1 Type 2 3.60 What is a possible confounding variable? 3.67c -...
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