Mixed Hypothesis Review #1 Answers
1) z = -2.797, p = .005
2) (-2.665, -1.115) OR (1.115, 2.665)
3) t = .86, p = .21
4) z = .50, p = .61
5) t = 1.10, p = .138
6) (-43.22, 64.55) OR (-64.55, 43.22)
7) z = -1.43, p = .076
8) t = 1.77, p = .052
Sampling Distribution of
x1 x 2
WS Answers
1) It is a normal distribution with = 2 and = .222111.
2) P( x1
x2 )
< 1.8) = .1839
3) P(1.5 < ( x1
x2 )
4) 1.94 pounds
5) 2.37 pounds
< 2.5) = .9756
DOES HIGHER GPA INDICATE
PROBLEM SOLVING SKILLS?
Matthew Boezemann, Ezra Gould, and Kyle Benton
Introduction
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Enterprise Rent-a-Car
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What is Enterprise's marketing strategy?
What marketing recommendations would you make to Enterprise to guide its growth?
What opportunities and t
DOES HIGHER GPA INDICATE
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Matthew Boezemann, Ezra Gould, and Kyle Benton
Introduction
We are interested in seeing if the GPA of students corresponds with the
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M13L1 Practice
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DOES HIGHER GPA INDICATE
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Matthew Boezemann, Ezra Gould, and Kyle Benton
Introduction
We are interested in seeing if the GPA of students corresponds with the
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Module 9 Lesson 1 Guided Notes Document
Name: Matthew Boezeman
1. What is the immune system?
A complex system of cells, tissues, and organs that together make up the defense system for the body
2. What does the immune system do?
a. Protects the body by de
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AP Statistics
Two-sample Inference with Means WS
1) The data below show the sugar content (as a percentage of
weight) of several national brands of childrens and adults cereals.
Create and interpret a 95% confidence interval for the difference in
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1. What is the main function of the Respiratory System? To take in oxygen and get rid of carbon
dioxide
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1. What are primary sexual characteristics?
2. What are secondary sexual chara
M13L2 Assignment Example
INTRODUCTON
I own a small gift shop that caters to tourist and Christmas shoppers. I carry a variety of items to
attach customers. I use the local paper and radio station to advertise.
SALES DATA
To determine my sales forecast, I
Problem set page 2
Anthropologists have identified four Indian tribes in Montana, Big Goose, Little Bear, Crazy Horse,
and Buffalo. Arrowheads from each tribe differed in size. Below is data on the size of
arrowheads from each tribe.
Big Goose
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Module 10 Lesson 1 Notes Document
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1. What are the two divisions of the nervous system, and describe them briefly.
Nervous System Overview
2.
How should you refer to the hemispheres of the brain? Left and right.
3.
What side does you
Module 12 Lesson 1 Guided Notes Document
Name: Matthew Boezeman
1.
The functions of the excretory system are carried out by which body systems?
a.
Respiratory system
b.
integumentary system
c.
digestive system
d.
urinary system
2.
List the main functions
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1. The skeletal system consists of:
a. Bones
b. Joints
Statistics Linear Regression Worksheet # 1
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1. The decline of salmon fisheries along the Columbia River in Oregon has caused great concern
among commercial and recreational fishermen. The paper Feeding of Predaceous Fishes on
Out-Migrating Juvenile S
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AP Statistics
Sampling Distribution & Hypothesis Tests WS
Two-Sample Means
1) The weights of Pugs (a type of dog) are normally distributed with
mean of 16 pounds and standard deviation of 0.7 pound. The
weights of Pekingese dogs are also normally
Name: _ Sampling Distribution of x 1 x 2 WS
AP Statistics
The weights of Pugs (a type of dog) are normally distributed with a
mean of 16 pounds and standard deviation of 0.7 pound. The
weights of Pekingese dogs are also normally distributed with mean of
p
Module 14 Lesson Practice 1
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The events of fertilization must occur in a specific sequence because it is a highly ordered process.
Demonstrate your understanding of the proper event order by identifying the correct numerical order
for these stateme
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Matched Pairs Worksheet
1) Elite Foods, a supermarket, is losing customers and suspects its because another neighborhood
market has lower prices. To determine whether this is the case, researchers from Elite Foods take a
random sampl
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Respiratory Physiology lab.
A persons respiratory rate can change for several reasons; conditioning, activity level, health conditions,
sympathetic nervous response or medications. The average respiratory rate is about 15 breaths/min (+/3
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AP Statistics
Mixed Hypothesis Review #1
1) The Wall Street Journal reported that Coca-Cola sells about 47% of all soda pop consumed
worldwide. Suppose your observation of a random sample of 216 students who selected a soft drink
from school vendi
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AP Statistics
The weights of Pugs (a type of dog) are normally distributed with a
mean of 16 pounds and standard deviation of 0.7 pound. The
weights of Pekingese dogs are also normally distributed with mean of
p
Two-Sample Inference with Means WS Answers
1) Assumptions:
Have 2 independent SRS of cereals
Both distributions are
approximately normal because
both boxplots are approximately
symmetrical.
s are unknown
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Module 1: Introduction and General
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Module 2: Integumentary System &
Tissue types
Module 3: Skeletal System
Module 4: Muscular System
Module 5: Digestive System
Module 6: Circulatory System
Module 7: R
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Mixed Review Inference on Means WS
1) The Environmental Protection Agency sets limits on the maximum allowable concentration of certain
chemicals in drinking water. For the substance PCB, the limit was been set at 5 ppm (parts per mi