Math 525 - Homework 5
Due Monday 04/22
Unless otherwise instructed, conduct all hypothesis tests at the = .05 level. Note that the
chapter numbers no longer correspond to the current edition of the book; they are just there for
my own purposes. The materi
Math 425 - Homework 6
Due Wednesday 05/01
These problems were taken from various versions of the text, so the numbers likely will not
correspond to anything. Unless otherwise instructed, conduct all hypothesis tests at the = .05
level.
1. Problem 18.12: M
Math 425 - Homework 5
Due Monday 04/22
Unless otherwise instructed, conduct all hypothesis tests at the = .05 level. Note that the
chapter numbers no longer correspond to the current edition of the book; they are just there for
my own purposes. The materi
Math 425 - Homework 4
Due Monday 03/11
Unless otherwise instructed, conduct all hypothesis tests at the = .05 level. The numbers
associated with each problem come from various editions of the text, so dont be surprised if they
do not match yours.
1. Probl
Math 425/525 - Homework 2
Due Monday 02/18
1. Problem 4.2: Can SS ever have a value less than zero? Why or why not?
2. Problem 4.4: What does it mean for a sample to have standard deviation of 0? Describe such
a sample.
3. Problem 4.8: A population has a
Math 425 - Homework 3
Due Monday 03/04
Email work to mccomic@mcs.anl.gov
Note: These problem numbers may be dierent than in your version of the text.
1. Problem 7.13: A normally distributed population has a mean of = 80 and a standard
deviation of = 20. C
Math 425/525 - Homework 1
Due Wednesday 02/06
1. Problem 1.1: A researcher is interested in the eect of an electrolytic sports drink on the
endurance of adolescent boys. A group of 30 boys is selected and half are given a treadmill
endurance test while co