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12. What is the Statistical interpretation? (4 points) a. The P -value is too large to have a conclusive answer. b. The P -value is too small to have a conclusive answer. c. The P -value is smaller than 5% thus it is conclusive. d. Average of data is inconsistent with the claim. e. None of the above.
13. What is the conclusion? (4 points)
Open Wages-HW9 data. Test if unmarried women’s wages is greater than married women’s wages on average. Answer questions 14 to 17. (Pick the closest answer) 14. What test did you perform? (4 points)
15. What is the P -value? (4 points)
16. What is the Statistical interpretation? (4 points) a. The P -value is smaller than 5% thus it is conclusive. b. Average of data is inconsistent with the claim. c. The P -value is too large to have a conclusive answer. d. The P -value is too small to have a conclusive answer. e. None of the above.
17. What is the conclusion? (4 points)
Open House_Price5Variables data. Test if older houses are cheaper to buy. Answer questions 18 to 21: 18. What test did you perform? (4 points)
b. Multiple Regression c. Two sided t-test d. None of these 19. What is the P -value? (4 points)
20. What is the Statistical interpretation? (4 points) a. The P -value is too small to have a conclusive answer. b. The P -value is greater than 5% thus we are very certain that the averages are significantly different. c. The P -value is greater than 5% we are not confident that the slope is not zero. d. The P -value is smaller than 5% thus we are confident that the slope is not zero.
21. What is the conclusion? (4 points)
Open US_Crime-HW7 data. Test if the more assaults occur in New York the more murders are expected in New York. Answer questions 22 to 25. (Pick the closest answer)