Week 3 team A - Intro

Week 3 team A - Intro - found it important to further...

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Two or More Hypothesis Testing 1 Two or More Hypothesis Testing Sadaf Asghar, Ron Green, Tameka Tanner, David Trejo, Salvador Velasquez University of Phoenix Research and Evaluation II RES/342 Dr. Lee Heinz November 10, 2009
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Two or More Hypothesis Testing 2 The real estate market is one of the most important topics Americans face today. The current state of the economy is directly affected by the status and success of the housing market. The Federal Government is making a conservative effort to assist current home owners and first time home buyers. With such a crucial topic at hand, Team A
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Unformatted text preview: found it important to further analyze the housing market in a specific area, and have chosen to dissect the number of bathrooms in relation to the amount of bedrooms. Team A will support the proposed numerical hypothesis statement by a five step hypothesis test and will describe the results of that test. Numerical Hypothesis Statement The average number of bathrooms in a five bedroom home for sale in the real estate data set is at least two. (Five step hypothesis – Ron) (Describe the results – Sadaf) (Conclusion – Tameka)...
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