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2. In a nationwide polls of 1,500 randomly selected U.S. residents, 77% said that

they liked pizza. In a poll of 1,500 randomly selected U.S. residents one month later, 75% responded that they liked pizza.

a. Does the polling evidence support the claim that pizza declined in popularity over the month between polls? Explain why or why not.

b. Using statistical terminology, precisely identify the population parameter the two polls were attempting to measure. How does a parameter differ from a statistic?

c. Based on the two polls, what would you say to someone who guessed that the population parameter the polls are trying to measure is really only 50%?


3. Eleven people have eleven different favorite numbers from 2 to 12. They all agree to participate in a 10,000-roll dice game where they bet $1 on their favorite number for each roll of two standard (fair) dice. A donor kicks in an extra dollar every round, so the payoff if your number comes up is $12.

a. Assuming everyone bets on all 10,000 rounds, what is the expected value for a person who has number 7? (Show your calculations.)

b. Assuming everyone bets on all 10,000 rounds, what is the expected value for a person who has number 2? (Show your calculations.)


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2. It is provided that, Sample size = n =1500 p 1 =proportion of sample =77% =0.77 p 2 =proportion of sample after one... View the full answer

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