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Sample Problem: GIVEN SAMPLE STATISTICS
*A survey claims that the average cost of a hotel room in Atlanta is $69.21. To test
the claim, a researcher selects a sample of 30 hotel rooms and find
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16 Question Extra Credit Quiz
1) Please answer the following questions 1 16 with the correct short
answer. You will receive 1/2 point extra credit for each correct answer
for a max of 8 points extra credit.
2) All of the answers to questions 1 16
Practice Final Exam on Chapter 8 11.
MTH112 OL
Dr. Monticelli
Be sure to study the Practice Midterm/Sample Project as I will take 8 similar
problems from that document You should also study your homework
problems from Chapters 8 10 to be fully prepared.
Section 7.2 Z Test for a Mean
is known and the population is normal OR for any population when
is known and n 30.
Sample Problem: GIVEN SAMPLE STATISTICS
*A survey claims that the average cost of a hotel room in Atlanta is $69.21. To test
the claim,