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2.Design a.State the null and alternative hypotheses
≠ 3b.What is the appropriate test statistic/model?
c.What is significance level of the test?
d.What is the decision rule?
3.Conduct the test a.Are there any unusual observations that question the integrity of the data or the assumptions of the model? (additional problem only)
b.Is the decision to reject or fail to reject Ho?
4.Conclusions - State a one paragraph conclusion that is consistent with the decision using language that is clearly understood in the context of the problem. Address any potential problems with the sampling methods and address any further research you would conduct.
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6.Define the following terms – All answers are in glossary of my Online text.7.A study claims more than 60% of students text-message frequently. In a poll of 1000 students, 660 students said they text message frequently. Can you support the study’s claim? Conduct
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8.15 I-pod users were asked how many songs were on their I-pod. Here are the summary statistics of that study: 200650==sXa.Can you support the claim that the number of songs on a user’s I-pod is different from 500? Conduct the test with α= 5% .
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