HW 3-4 - intervals we reject the null and can claim that on...

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Johnny Stromp 010442335 HW 11 12.22 The 95% confidence interval for the mean winnings on the show is ($14,422.55, $33,678.78). 12.23 The data received from the doctors test gives a 95% confidence interval of (17.69, 24.01). Therefore the mean is not high enough to conclude that the average American is 20 pounds heavier than their ideal weight. 12.24 The data received by the federal agency gives a 99% confidence interval of (7.856, 7.972). Therefore because the null hypothesis of 8 ounces is not between the
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Unformatted text preview: intervals, we reject the null and can claim that on average the containers are mislabeled. 12.26 The 90% confidence interval for the mean number of journal articles read monthly by professors is (18.104, 35.229). 12.32 The data received by the American Medical Association gives a 95% confidence interval of (53.117, 54.452). Therefore we can conclude that the null hypothesis of all physicians devoting more than 45 hours to patient care is true....
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