6.4 To find the area under the standard normal curve between two values, z1 and z2, calculate the difference in their
cumulative areas,
=
A A ( z2 ) A ( z1 ) .
6.6
a
=
A A (1.4 ) A ( 1.4
=
= 0.8384
) 0.9192 0.0808
b
=
A A ( 3.0 ) A ( 3.0
=
= 0.9974
) 0.99
Assignment #1
1. The population (N) will be identified by the total amount of hospital patients; whereas, the
sample (n) would identify with the 1000 randomly selected patients used by the study.
2. A) This is a qualitative variable.
B) This is a quantita
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1. A) i) P(z>5) according to the z-table, this is non existent, which means P(z>5)= 0.
ii) P(-3<z<3) = (0.0013+0.9987) 0.0013 = 0.9987
B) P(z < x) = 0.1
z = -1.28
C) P(-z < z < z ) = 0.9
P(-z<z ) P(z>z ) = 0.9
P(-z<z ) (1- P(z<z ) = 0.9
P(-z<z ) = 0.9 + 0
1. A) i) P(z>5) according to the z-table, this is non existent, which means P(z>5)= 0.
ii) P(-3<z<3) = (0.0013+0.9987) 0.0013 = 0.9987
B) P(z < x) = 0.1
z = -1.28
C) P(-z < z < z ) = 0.9
P(-z<z ) P(z>z ) = 0.9
P(-z<z ) (1- P(z<z ) = 0.9
P(-z<z ) = 0.9 + 0
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4.6
a
b
The experiment consists of selecting 1 of 25 students and recording the students gender as well as
whether or not the student had gone to preschool.
The experiment is accomplished in two stages, as shown in the tree diagram below.
Gender
Preschool
Solution to assignment #: 65-201-91 F15
1.2
a
b
c
d
1.20
a
Time to assemble is a quantitative variable because a numerical quantity (1 hour, 1.5 hours, etc.) is
measured.
Number of students is a quantitative variable because a numerical quantity (1, 2, et
8.38
a
The point estimate of p is p
x 68
0.136, and the approximate 95% confidence
n 500
interval for p is
0.136 0.864
pq
0.136 1.96
0.136 0.030 or
n
500
0.106 p 0.166
p 1.96
b
In order to increase the accuracy of the confidence interval, you must de
9.22
a
b
The null hypothesis of interest is one-tailed:
H0 : 1 2 0 versus Ha : 1 2 0
The test statistic, calculated under the assumption that 1 2 0, is
x x 0
6.9 5.8
z 1 2
2.074
2
2
2
2
s1 s2
2.9
1.2
n1 n2
35
35
The rejection region, with 0.05, is z 1.64
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