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H0: Ha: b. For a sample of 110 individuals, the sample mean weekly unemployment insurance benefit was $231 with a sample standard deviation of $80. The p-value is c. Using = .05, can you conclude that the mean weekly unemployment insurance benefit in Virginia isbelow the national level?Answer the next three questions using the critical value approach.d. Using = .05, what is the critical value for the test statistic (to 2 decimals)?e. State the rejection rule: Reject H0if t is the critical value.f. Using = .05, can you conclude that the mean weekly unemployment insurance benefit in Virginia is 0.57550.9894- Select your answ er -- Select your answ er -- Select your answ er -- Select your answer -- Select your answ er -
below the national level? Hide FeedbackIncorrectSolutionCorrect ResponseeBook{Exercise 9.27 (Algorithmic)}The Employment and Training Administration reported the U.S. mean unemployment insurance benefit was $238 per week (The World Almanac 2003). A researcher in the state of Virginia anticipated that sample data would show evidence that the mean weekly unemployment insurance benefit in Virginia was below the national level.a. Develop appropriate hypotheses such that rejection of H0will support the researcher's contention.H0: Ha: b. For a sample of 110 individuals, the sample mean weekly unemployment insurance benefit was $231 with a sample standard deviation of $80. The p-value is c. Using = .05, can you conclude that the mean weekly unemployment insurance benefit in Virginia is below the national level?Answer the next three questions using the critical value approach.d. Using = .05, what is the critical value for the test statistic (to 2 decimals)?e. State the rejection rule: Reject H0if t is the critical value.f. Using = .05, can you conclude that the mean weekly unemployment insurance benefit in Virginia is below the national level? Icon Key{Exercise 3.23 (Algorithmic)}Scores turned in by an amateur golfer at the Bonita Fairways Golf Course in Bonita Springs, Florida, during 2005 and 2006 are as follows:2005 Season7478797775737577- Select your answer -greater than or equal to 238less than 238betw een .10 and .20No-1.66less than or equal toNo
2006 Season7170757785807179a.Calculate the mean (0 decimals) and the standard deviation (to 2 decimals) of the golfer's scores, for both years.2005MeanStandard deviation2006MeanStandard deviationb.What is the primary difference in performance between 2005 and 2006?What improvement, if any, can be seen in the 2006 scores?Hide FeedbackIncorrectSolutionCorrect ResponseeBook{Exercise 3.23 (Algorithmic)}Scores turned in by an amateur golfer at the Bonita Fairways Golf Course in Bonita Springs, Florida, during 2005 and 2006 are as follows:2005 Season74787977757375772006 Season7170757785807179a.Calculate the mean (0 decimals) and the standard deviation (to 2 decimals) of the golfer's scores, for both years.