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Unformatted text preview: 0.024. Reject null hypothesis and that there is a difference between the old and new mailers. J. Doesn’t provide any evidence to support your backing. You want to be explicit K. The new literature is bringing in $9 to $133 more and we are 95% confident L. There is a significant difference between the two. M. The box plot wouldn’t let me know if there was a difference,, but with inferential statistics, we were able to come to a conclusion. Lab Exercise #2: A. Variables: Completion time (quantitative continuous) and gender (categorical nominal). Samples: men and women Randomly chosen from a set of volunteers; however, will only be true for volunteers, not all men and women. What car they use? Time of the day? Experience of the driver? B. Descriptive table, histogram, and box plot. Ramneek Manchanda BIO 318M- 50225 March 8, 2010 Lab Exercise 6 C. T-tests, as long as the histogram looks normal....
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- Spring '08
- Normal Distribution, Null hypothesis, Probability distribution, Ronald Fisher, Ramneek Manchanda