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(a) The 95% confidence interval is 87 10 = (min 77 to max 97).
(b) would decrease that means ( t or z) will increase, So the margin of error would be greater
(a) The mistake is that he divided the standard deviation by
a) Allowed claims (for example) = 57 -6 = 51
Not allowed ratio
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a) The distribution is skewed to the right.
b) This distribution says that there are many words that have 1 to 6 letters in the play and
fewer very long words.
c) Yes I would probably expect most authors to have the same distributio
(a) The P-value for H1: > 0 = P (Z > 1.63) = 0.0516.
(b) The P-value for H1: < 0 = P (Z < 1.63) = 0.9484.
(c) The P-value for H1: 0 = 2P (Z > 1.63) = 2(0.0516) = 0.1032.
(a) No, it is not in the 95% confidence interval because P
a) For full-time students aged 15 to 19, there are 3,388,000
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(a) P (Empire State or I Gotta Feeling) = 0.180 + 0.068 = 0.248.
(b) P (not Empire State or I Gotta Feeling) = 1 0.248 = 0.752.
The probabilities of 2, 3, 4, and 5 are not affected by the change so they still = 1/6 each.
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