HW 10 - 0.29-0.57 not 1,2 fig 5 0.71 0.57 not 2,4 4...

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HW 10 question 1 question 2 question 3 question 4 H0: same H1: males higher ztest diff prop F diff var H0: same pooled var ttest tstat 32 df dnr (ev male > fem) rej. H0; diff question 7 question 8 question 9 question 10 question 1 z diff proportion paired t means z diff prop t (uneq) t (eq) question 15 You want to test if the proportion of Econ 202 students (say, group 1) who get A is higher t Suppose, p1 was determined to be .48 and p2 was .52, and the test statistic was determin
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Unformatted text preview: 0.29-0.57 not 1,2 fig 5 0.71 0.57 not 2,4 4 question 5 question 6 H1: diff F diff means paired sample t means f 11 question 12 question 13 question 14 F diff var z pop proportion t mean than that of Econ 203 students (say, group 2). ined to be -0.5660, then the figure that represents the p-value for this specific test is:...
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This note was uploaded on 08/26/2009 for the course ECON 203 taught by Professor Petry during the Spring '08 term at University of Illinois at Urbana–Champaign.

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HW 10 - 0.29-0.57 not 1,2 fig 5 0.71 0.57 not 2,4 4...

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