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DSCI 3710 Print Name:
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Note: Whenever question(s) are connected you may be asked to assume
a result (given a value) from the previous question but this result may
or may not be correct.
This is to prevent you from losing points on a
second question because you made a mistake on a previous question.
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You have 105 minutes to complete this exam.
The exam is open book, open
notes, and open mind.
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mark all answers on the scantron
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Many of the questions follow the format of those in Hawkes Learning
Systems: Business Statistics.
Others are either based on the Excel
assignments or use an Adventureslike approach with problems similar to
those assigned as homework from the text.
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The production manager in a chemical plant knows that the time for a certain production
line to stabilize, following any stoppage (stabilization period) is normally distributed.
He
uses a sample of 15 random stoppages to determine a 90% confidence interval for the
true mean stabilization period to be 8.1 to 9.5 minutes.
The firm
=
s cost accountant
would like to answer the following question: “Is there sufficient evidence, at the 10%
significance level, to indicate that the average stabilization period is different from 8
minutes?”
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What should be the decision and conclusion based on the confidence interval?
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Reject the null hypothesis, conclude that there is evidence the true mean
stabilization period is not equal to 8 minutes. *
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Fail to reject the null hypothesis, conclude that there is insufficient evidence the
true mean stabilization period is not equal to 8 minutes.
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Fail to reject the null hypothesis, conclude that there is insufficient evidence the
true mean stabilization period is equal to 8.8 minutes.
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Reject the null hypothesis, conclude that the true mean stabilization period is 8.8
minutes.
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There is insufficient information given to decide whether the true mean
stabilization period is equal to 8 minutes or not.
2.
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This note was uploaded on 03/09/2011 for the course DSCI 3710 taught by Professor Dr.jay during the Spring '08 term at North Texas.
 Spring '08
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