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# week 2 paper (Team) - Hypothesis Testing RUNNING HEADER:...

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Hypothesis Testing 1 RUNNING HEADER: Hypothesis Testing Hypothesis Testing Rozanna Ainsworth, Evan Burk, Crystal Johnson, Malek Daaboul RES/341 February, 2 2011 Hypothesis Testing

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Hypothesis Testing 2 Major League Baseball (MLB) is known as the highest level of professional Baseball across the United State and Canada. It is also widely known in many other countries around the world. Many kids sit down and watch the players of their favorite teams but many young kids and even adults don’t ever think about the statistics that are involved with Major League Baseball. An individual, who intends to invest in a Major League Baseball Team for example, would want to analyze the wins, salaries, stolen bases, Home Runs, and attendance of the team before investing. One particular issue that has come up with learning team A is, if the mean of the teams in the Major League Baseball organization are greater than 85. Throughout this paper learning team A will discuss a hypothesis test of one population mean while performing the five step hypothesis test. Step One: Research Question The hypothesis question is if the mean of a team’s win is greater than 85. If the found data causes us to reject this hypothesis then the alternate hypothesis must be true. The alternative hypothesis is if mean of the team’s win is greater than 85. Ho: µ≤ 85 (The mean of the team’s win is less than 85)
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## This note was uploaded on 04/16/2011 for the course BUS 415 taught by Professor Bobsmith during the Spring '10 term at University of Phoenix.

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