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Question 35Incorrect0 / 2 ptsIf we know that the percentage of scores falling between themean and a <i>z</i> score of 0.40 is 15.54, then what is thepercentage of scores falling between the mean and a <i>z</i>score of –0.40?<br>If we know that the percentage of scores falling between the mean and azscore of0.40 is 15.54, then what is the percentage of scores falling between the mean and azscore of –0.40?
Question 36Correct!2 / 2 ptsEffect sizes rely on comparison of a distribution of ________rather than on a distribution of ________ and are thereforeunaffected by sample size.<br>Effect sizes rely on comparison of a distribution of ________ rather than on adistribution of ________ and are therefore unaffected by sample size.
means; scoresscores; meansQuestion 37Correct!2 / 2 ptsTo determine a person's percentile, you first need to convertthe person's raw score to a:<br>To determine a person's percentile, you first need to convert the person's raw scoreto a:
Question 38Incorrect0 / 2 ptsIn one statistics course, students reported studying an averageof 9.92 hours a week, with a standard deviation of 4.54.Treating the class as the population, what is the percentile for astudent in the class who studies 10 hours a week?<br>In one statistics course, students reported studying an average of 9.92 hours aweek, with a standard deviation of 4.54. Treating the class as the population, whatis the percentile for a student in the class who studies 10 hours a week?
4.5410.0050.8
Question 39Correct!2 / 2 ptsIn a raw score to <i>z</i> score transformation, an associatedvalue on the <i>z</i> table provides the percentage ofscores:<br>In a raw score tozscore transformation, an associated value on theztableprovides the percentage of scores:
Question 40Incorrect0 / 2 ptsUnder what conditions is it permissible to proceed with ahypothesis test even though the assumption that participants
Under what conditions is it permissible to proceed with a hypothesis test eventhough the assumption that participants are randomly selected is violated?
Question 41Incorrect0 / 2 ptsThe critical value(s) associated with a <i>p</i> level of .05 for atwo-tailed hypothesis test using the <i>z</i> statistic is(are):<br>The critical value(s) associated with aplevel of .05 for a two-tailed hypothesistest using thezstatistic is (are):1.65.–1.96 and 1.96.1.96.
Question 42Incorrect0 / 2 ptsWe calculate a statistical power and find that it is .93. Thismeans that if the null hypothesis is ________, we have a
________% chance of rejecting the null hypothesis.<br>We calculate a statistical power and find that it is .93. This means that if the nullhypothesis is ________, we have a ________% chance of rejecting the nullhypothesis.

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