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Unformatted text preview: Practice Questions 7 Answers 1. B 2. A 3. A 4. ( 29 ( 29 2 2 2 / 2 0.5 1.96 0.5 32.67 1067.33 0.03 z n ME = = = = ; 5. n =15, / 2 = 0.025. Then df = n 1 =14 and 2 14, 0.975 = 5.629 UCL= ( 29 ( 29 2 2 2 2 2 1, 1 / 2 1 14 46 850.783 2 5.629 n n s s s s  = = = = . 6. C 7. D 8. A 9. B 10. A 11. a. C b. D 12. a. B b. C c. D d. A 13. a. A b.D c.C d. B 14. a. C b. B c. A 15. a. D b. B 16. B 17. H : =14 vs. 1 H : 14 Test statistic Z= (11.6  14) / (3.4 / 3.74) = 2.64 Since pvalue = 2 P ( Z < 2.64) 0.0041, we reject H at = 0.01. We conclude that there is sufficient evidence to disprove the claim that the average time to assemble an electronic component is 14 minutes (The population mean appears to be less than 14 minutes.) 18. H : 29 vs. 1 H : < 29 Test statistics t = (26  29) / (6.2 / 3.87) = 1.873 Reject H if t <  1, 14,0.10 n t t  =  = 1.761. Since t = 1.874, we reject H at = 0.10. There is sufficient evidence to prove claim that the product will increase output per machine by 29 units per hour. 19. H : P = 0.80 vs. 1 H : P < 0.80 Test statistics Z = ( 29 / (1 ) / 2.09 p P P P n =  Since pvalue = P ( Z < 2.09) = 0.0183, we reject H at = 0.025. There is sufficient evidence to doubt the manufacturers claim. 20. H : P = 0.634 vs. 1 H : P < 0.634 Test statistic Z = ( 29 / (1 ) / 1.45 p P P P n =  Since pvalue = P ( Z < 1.38) = 0.0735, we reject H at = 0.10. There is sufficient evidence to doubt the U.S. Postal Service claim....
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This note was uploaded on 10/25/2010 for the course ECO 329 taught by Professor K during the Spring '08 term at University of Texas at Austin.
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