Tutorial14 - T UTORIAL14 1. A multinomial experiment with =...

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TUTORIAL 14 1. A multinomial experiment with к = 4 cells and n = 205 produced the data shown in the following one-way table. Cell 1 2 3 4 n i 43 56 59 47 a. Do these data provide sufficient evidence to conclude that the multinomial probabilities differ? Test using α = .05. b. Construct a 95% confidence interval for the multinomial probability associated with ceil 3. . 2. The Journal of Global Business (Spring 2002) studied what "Made in the USA" on product labels means to the typical consumer. The 106 shoppers participated in the survey. Their responses, given as a percentage of U.S. labor and materials in four categories, are summarized in the table. Suppose a consumer advocate group claims that half all consumers believe that "Made in the USA" means "100%" of labor and materials are produced in the United States, one- fourth believe that "75 to 99%" are produced in the United States, one-fifth believe that "50 to 74%" are produced in the United States and 5 percent believe that "less than 50%" are
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