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# Question options p 2 version11mathh0p1p2 and h a p 1

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Question options: p 2 {"version":"1.1","math":"H_0:p_1=p_2"} and H a :p 1 ≠p 2 {"version":"1.1","math":"H_a:p_1 \neq p 2 {"version":"1.1","math":"H_0:p_1=p_2"} and H a :p 1 <p 2 {"version":"1.1","math":"H_a:p_1< p_2" 2 {"version":"1.1","math":"H_0:p_1=p_2"} and H a :p 1 >p 2 {"version":"1.1","math":"H_a:p_1>p_2" 2 {"version":"1.1","math":"H_0:p_1=p_2"} and H a :p^ 1 ≠p^ 2 {"version":"1.1","math":"H_a:\hat Create a 95% confidence interval for p 1 −p 2 {"version":"1.1","math":"p_1-p_2"}. Input your answers for the point estimate, margin of error, lower bound and upper bound. 1 / 1 point What is the point estimate for this 95% confidence interval? Answer: 0.031 Question 7 1 / 1 point What is the margin of error for this 95% confidence interval? Answer: 0.154 Question 8 0.5 / 0.5 points Input the lower bound. (Round to three decimal places) Answer: -0.123 Question 9 0.5 / 0.5 points Input the upper bound. (Round to three decimal places) Answer: 0.185 Question 10 1 / 1 point With α=0.05 {"version":"1.1","math":"\alpha=0.05"}, what decision do you make? Question options: ct H 0 {"version":"1.1","math":"H_0"} a {"version":"1.1","math":"H_a"} ct H a {"version":"1.1","math":"H_a"} 0 {"version":"1.1","math":"H_0"} Which of the following statements best describes the outcome of this study. Question options: nt evidence to suggest that the true proportion of females who can taste PTC is less than the true proportion of males who can ta evidence to suggest that the true proportion of females who can taste PTC is greater than the true proportion of males who can t evidence to suggest that the true proportion of females who can taste PTC is different from the true proportion of males who can nt evidence to suggest that the true proportion of females who can taste PTC is different from the true proportion of males who c For the next 9 questions, we will review the "Mortality  #### You've reached the end of your free preview.

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