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Name the assumptionsfor each test.
7. Regression: normality, homoscedasticity, linearity What are the different types of correlationsthat can be done? Which variablesgo with each type?
4. Phi: both are dichotomousProbabilityBlood GroupTotalOABABRH TypePositive39258486Negative652114Total45401051001. Find the probability for the following based on the table above: a. If one person is selected randomly, what is the probability of getting someone who is Rh-? 14/1100b. " ", what is the probability of getting someone who is not in group A?
c. " ", what is the probability of getting someone who is group A or B?
d. " ", what is the probability of getting someone who is group A or Rh-?
e. If three people are selected randomly (with replacement), what is the probability of finding three that have group B?
2. For each of the following questions, choose the “best” term from the list below to describe the probability explained:i.Additive rule of probabilityii.Complement rule of probabilityiii.Conditional probabilityiv.Joint probability
a)If one person is selected randomly, the probability of getting someone who is not type Rh+ is equal to 1 minus the probability of getting someone who is type Rh+. This is an example of __________complement ruleb)If one person is selected randomly, the probability of getting someone who is group AB and is type Rh+ is 4/100. This is an example of __________
c)If one person is selected randomly, the probability of getting someone who is group A given that he/she is type Rh+ is 35/86. This is an example of __________
d)If one person is selected randomly, the probability of getting someone who is group B is 10/100. This is an example of __________
e)If one person is selected randomly, the probability of getting someone who is group A or group O is equal to 40/100 + 45/100. This is an example of __________