# Question 9 open hurricanes data test if there is a

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Question 9 : Open Hurricanes data. Test if there is a significant difference in death by Hurricanes with category 1 and category 4. Answer the questions. (Pick the closest answer) What is the conclusion? (6.25 points) Type: Multiple Choice Points Awarded: 6.25/6.25 Your Answer(s): The statistics does not agree with intuition since one would expect that stronger hurricanes to be deadlier Correct Answer(s) :
Statistical interpretation agrees with the intuition, the stronger the hurricanes the deadlier they are The statistics does not agree with intuition since one would expect that stronger hurricanes to be deadlier (correct) Statistics confirms that hurricanes category does not relate to the death count None of these Question 10 : Use Random number generator (under Data Analysis) to create two sets of data each 20 points long. Use the following parameters: number of variables (2), number of data point (20), Distribution (Normal), Mean (20), Standard Deviation (5), Random seed (4565). Perform t‑test on these two data sets. And answer the questions. (Pick the closest answer) What is the P ‑value? (6.25 points) Type: Multiple Choice Points Awarded: 6.25/6.25
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7/10 Question 12 : Use Random number generator (under Data Analysis) to create two sets of data each 20 points long. Use the following parameters: number of variables (2), number of data point (20), Distribution (Normal), Mean (20), Standard Deviation (5), Random seed (4565). Perform t‑test on these two data sets. And answer the questions. (Pick the closest answer)
Question 11 : Use Random number generator (under Data Analysis) to create two sets of data each 20 points long. Use the following parameters: number of variables (2), number of data point (20), Distribution (Normal), Mean (20), Standard Deviation (5), Random seed (4565). Perform t‑test on these two data sets. And answer the questions. (Pick the closest answer What is the Statistical interpretation? (6.25 points) Type: Multiple Choice Points Awarded: 6.25/6.25 Your Answer(s):
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