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# Untitled-12 - 31 What is the F —test statistic for your...

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Unformatted text preview: 31. What is the F —test statistic for your hypothesis? a. 6.922 b. 0.269 c". 0.179 d. 3.218 e. 1852.61 , with a 2 bedroom home or larger (population 2). You simply ask them ‘Would (population 1) and those with a 1 bedroom home or smaller you be willing to pay \$1,000 for your current access to the rail line?” noting the appropriate responses. 160 of the 200 replied ‘yes’ in population 1 and 65 of the 100 in population 2. In a discussion with your urban economics professor, you become interested in an alternative hypothesis of H1 : p1 — p2 > .05 as this may relate well to the actual proximity these households choose in buying a home. What is the value of the test statistic for this hypothesis? a. 1.8856 b. 1.8033 6. 28284 d. 0.1000 e. 35.5556 sample summary statistics: Sample Size Sample Mean SampleVS‘tandard Deviation Population 1 80 10 8 Population 2 90 15 6 What difference in population means test would you use and why? Fo.05,79,s9 = 1-432 Fo.025,79,89 = 1-535 F0.975,79,89 = (1648 F0.95,79,89 = 0595 a. Difference in population means with unknown an was rejected for the ratio of two variances test b. Diiference in population means with unknow rejected for the ratio of two variances test c. Difference in population means with unknown and unequal variance because you did not reject the null hypothesis for the ratio of two variances test d. DiﬂFerence in population means with unknown and equal variance because you did not reject the 1 null hypothesis for the ratio of two variances test 12 234 ...
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