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Honors Statistics Research Project #4 The objective of this Project is for you to be able to evaluate statistical hypotheses with inferential statistics. Specifically, you will be performing a hypothesis test for a population mean. -This project may be completed individually or with a partner. -A written report (outlined below) summarizing your findings should be turned in either as a hard copy or electronically as an email attachment (Word, Excel or PDF file). The outline for what to include in your report is enumerated below. The report is to be turned in by the end of class on December 3, 2013. If completed with a partner, only one report needs to be submitted for the two of you. -On December 3, 2013, be prepared to present your findings to the class in a short presentation (5-10 minutes). Suggested formats for visual aids are 1) PowerPoint slides, or 2) components of your report displayed on the projector using the classroom computer (electronic format) or document camera (hardcopy format). Grading Individual : Report = 84%, Presentation = 16% Partners : Report = 72%, Presentation = 18%, Peer Evaluation = 10% (Each individual in a partnership will submit the Peer Evaluation Form separately, which is the last page of this document. If you experience any problems with your partner, whether in regards to communication, work allocation, or work quality, and you are
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