Practice 2

Total family debt increases as weekly television

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Unformatted text preview: l family debt increases as weekly television viewing increases, but this result is not statistically significant. B. Total family debt increases significantly as weekly television viewing increases. C. Total family debt decreases significantly as weekly television viewing increases. D. Total family debt increases significantly as total family spending increases. E. Total family debt increases as total family spending increases, but this result is not statistically significant. 2. The Jones family watches television 32 hours per week, and the Smith family watches 44 hours per week. What does the model predict about the debt figures for these two families? A. Both families are watching television too much. B. Both families are accumulating too much debt. C. The Smith family is estimated to have between $28,600 and $33,100 more debt than the Jones family, with 95 per cent confidence. D. The Smith family is estimated to have between $26,400 and $35,300 more debt than the Jones family, with 95 per cent confidence. E. T...
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This note was uploaded on 01/16/2014 for the course STAT 102 taught by Professor Shaman during the Fall '08 term at UPenn.

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