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Stata 0 - 10.0161<.10 Reject d e Since the p-values.0000...

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Max Haubold STATA #0 a. Sample Means: Birth Weight- 3401.122 Mother’s Age-29.55786 Cigs Smoked Daily- 1.089431 Sample Deviations: Birth Weight- 13.47008 Mother’s Age- .1114669 Cigs Smoked Daily- .1017538 b. i. iii. p-value= .104 So, we would probably not reject the hypothesis, as the p-value is even greater than if testing at 10%. In other words, it likely follows a normal distribution. c. 1%: .0161>.01 Cannot Reject 5%: .0161<.05 Reject
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Unformatted text preview: 10%: .0161<.10 Reject d. e. Since the p-values (.0000 and .0004) are less than .01, reject both i. and ii. Null hypotheses. Ie. The relationships are probably correlated. 2. a. b. Sample Mean: .002596 g_ipi testing mean>.003 p-value= .1312 Cannot reject the null hypothesis at any level because .1312>.10|.05|.01 This means that .003 is a pretty good guess of the mean g_ipi. c....
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