The following 2 questions (Q32 to Q33) are based on the following situation:The national average for the verbal section of the Graduate Record Exam (GRE) is 500with a standard deviation of 100. A researcher uses a sampling distribution made up of samplesof 100.Q32:According to the Central Limit Theorem, what is the mean of the sampling distribution ofmeans?A. 10B. 50C. 100D. 500

Q33:According to the Central Limit Theorem, what is the standard error of the mean?

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Q34:As you increase the number of subjects in your sample, the calculatedvalue of a t-test will

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Q35:As you decrease the true distance between the null and alternative hypotheses(μ1–μ0), the likelihood of rejecting the null hypothesis

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Q36:Keeping everything else the same, if you were to decrease your alpha levelfrom .05 to .01, the likelihood of rejecting the null hypothesisA.increasesB.decreasesC.remains the same

The following 4 questions (Q37 toQ40) are either “True” or “False”Q37:The single-most critical component of deciding whether you are to conduct a t-test versusa z-test for hypothesis testing is whether there is a ‘’.Q38:Predicting the characteristics of an entire group, after having measured a small group, isthe major goal of inferential statistics.Q39:Degrees of freedom for a single sample z-test is/are ‘n-1’.Q40:Degrees of freedom for a single sample t-test is/are ‘n-1’.