Name:_Shana Harvey_
Module 6 Homework Assignment
An investigator analyzed the leading digits of the amounts from 200 checks issued by three suspect
companies. The frequencies were found to be 68, 40,
Name:_Shana harvey_
Module 3 Homework Assignment
1. Determine whether the hypothesis test involves a sampling distribution of means that is a normal
distribution, Student t distribution or neither. Th
Name:_Shana Harvey_
Module 5 Homework Assignment
The paired data below consists of test scores and hours of preparation for 5 randomly selected
students. Use this data set to answer the questions belo
Name:_Shana Harvey_
Module 4 Homework Assignment
1. Determine whether the samples are independent or dependent.
The effectiveness of a new headache medicine is tested by measuring the amount of time b
Running head: PHASE 5
1
Phase 5
Shana Harvey
Rasmussen College
Author Note
This paper is being submitted on February 1, 2018 for Cindy Roberts STA3215 Section
04 Inferential Statistics and Analytics.
The average body temperature for healthy adults is 98.6 F. Is this statement true? Do all healthy people
have exactly the same body temperature? A study was conducted a few years go to examine this be
This week you will submit Phase 5, the final phase, of your course project. For Phase 5 of your course
project, you will want to review your instructor's feedback from your Phase 4 submission and make
Sylena Harris
1 December 2015
COMM 1110-06
Paper 2
My plan for my speech regarding euthanasia upon animals is to meet the needs of the
audiences moral standpoints. I will be talking about both an atti
Module 02
Normal Probability Distribution
Class Objectives:
Describe Probability
Differentiate between continuous and discrete variables
Define probability as area under a distribution curve
Define N
Module 03 Confidence Intervals
Class Objectives:
Introduce and define the t Distribution.
Define population parameters and point estimates.
Define and calculate a confidence interval.
Determine the sa
Module 05
Hypothesis Tests Using Two Samples
Class Objectives:
Identify whether two samples are independent or dependent.
Compare the testing procedures for two sample tests.
Test hypothesis about
Module 04 Hypothesis Testing
Class Objectives:
Define Hypothesis Testing
Identify the null and alternative hypotheses
Find the test statistic with and without knowing
Make a decision using the p-valu
Module 06 Correlation and Regression
Class Objectives:
Describe correlation and linear correlation.
Calculate and interpret the Linear Correlation Coefficient.
Create and interpret Scatter Plots.
Cons
Module 3 Homework Assignment
1. Find the critical value
L2
corresponding to a sample size of 19 and a confidence level of 99%.
Solution:
df = 18; cumulative right area = .995
2
L
Instructor Comments:
Module 2 Homework Assignment
1. 459 randomly selected light bulbs were tested in a laboratory, 291 lasted more than 500 hours. Find a
point estimate of the true proportion of all light bulbs that last
Running head: LESS THAN OR GREATER THAN MINNESOTA SALARY
Less Than or Greater Than Minnesota Salary
Kendra Johnson
Rasmussen College
Author Note
Inferential Statistics and Analytics: Course Project Ph
Name: Kendra Johnson
Module 3 Homework Assignment
1. Determine whether the hypothesis test involves a sampling distribution of means that is a normal
distribution, Student t distribution or neither. T
Running head: LESS THAN OR GREATER THAN MINNESOTA SALARY
Less Than or Greater Than Minnesota Salary
Kendra Johnson
Rasmussen College
Author Note
Inferential Statistics and Analytics: Course Project Ph
Name:Kendra Johnson
Module 2 Homework Assignment
1.) 459 randomly selected light bulbs were tested in a laboratory, 291 lasted more than 500 hours.
Find a point estimate of the true proportion of all
Name: Kendra Johnson
Module 4 Homework Assignment
1. Determine whether the samples are independent or dependent.
The effectiveness of a new headache medicine is tested by measuring the amount of time
Running head: LESS THAN OR GREATER THAN MINNESOTA SALARY
Less Than or Greater Than Minnesota Salary
Kendra Johnson
Rasmussen College
Author Note
Inferential Statistics and Analytics: Course Project Ph
Running head: SALARY RANGES FOR MINNESOTA
1
Salary Ranges for Minnesota
Kendra Johnson
Rasmussen College
Author Note
Inferential Statistics and Analytics : Course Project - Phase 2
SALARY RANGES FOR M
Name: Kendra Johnson
Module 5 Homework Assignment
The paired data below consists of test scores and hours of preparation for 5 randomly selected
students. Use this data set to answer the questions bel
Name: Kendra Johnson
Module 6 Homework Assignment
An investigator analyzed the leading digits of the amounts from 200 checks issued by three suspect
companies. The frequencies were found to be 68, 40,
Module 8 Homework Assignment
Managers rate employees according to job performance and attitude. The results for several
randomly selected employees are given below.
Performance
Attitude
59 63 65 69 58
Module 5 Homework Assignment
1. Find the critical value or values of 2 based on the given information. H1: > 26.1, n = 9, = 0.01
Solution:
20.090
Instructor Comments:
2. Test the claim that for the ad
Module 10 Homework Assignment
An investigator analyzed the leading digits of the amounts from 200 checks issued by three suspect
companies. The frequencies were found to be 68, 40, 18, 19, 8, 20, 6, 9
Module 9 Homework Assignment
The paired data below consists of test scores and hours of preparation for 5 randomly selected students.
x Hours of preparation 5 2 9 6 10
y Test score
64 48 72 73 80
1. U
Module 7 Homework Assignment
Use the traditional method of hypothesis testing to test the given claim about the means of two
populations. Assume that two dependent samples have been randomly selected
Module 3 Homework Assignment
1. Find the critical value
L2
corresponding to a sample size of 19 and a confidence level of 99%.
Solution:
Right: 37.156
2.Find the critical value
Instructor Comments: