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# PatelPriyaHW5 - Priya Patel RU ID 114001646 1.Each of the...

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A.) To decide if the cost of groceries in New York is higher than in Los Angeles t a pound of bananas cost from 15 stores in New York and then 15 stores in L you can run a paired test to challenge the null hypothesis. H0: The cost of groceries in New York and Los Angeles are the same Ha: Th B.) To decide if the income in New Jersey is the same as the income in Pennsyl of 20 income in Pennsylvania. You can find the mean of the incomes and the H0: The average incomes in NJ and PA are the same. Ha: The average inco C.) To decide if ABC or CBS has more viewers in Primetime, you could take a ra for both networks and see how many viewers there are during that period. A you can run a paired test to test the null hypothesis. H0: ABC and CBS have the same amount of viewers in Primetime. Ha: ABC 1. Each of the following situations involves comparison of two populations. For each o a. We wish to decide if the cost of groceries in New York is higher than in Lo b. We wish to see if income in New Jersey is the same of income in Pennsylv c. An advertising firm wants to see which network, ABC or CBS, has more vi
then you can take a random sample of a pound of bananas. By seeing how much

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