Refer to the data for 308 diamonds saved in the diamonds file. Two quantitative variables in the data set are number of carats and selling price. One of the qualitative variables is the independent certification body that assessed each of the stones. Three certification bodies were used: GIA, IGI, and HRD. The MINITAB print in the next column gives the means and standard deviations of the quantitative variables for each certification body.

a. Construct a 95% confidence interval for the difference between the mean carat size of diamonds certified by GIA and the mean carat size of diamonds certified by HRD

b. Interpret the result, part a. specifically, which (if either) of the two population mean compared is larger and by how much?

c. Construct a 95% confidence interval for the difference between the mean carat size of diamonds certified by GIA and the mean carat size of diamonds certified by IGI.

Descriptive Statistics: CARAT, Price

Variable CERT N Mean StDev

CARAT GIA 151 0.6723 0.2456

HRD 79 0.8129 0.1831

IGI 78 0.3665 0.2163

Price GIA 151 5310 3247

HRD 79 7181 2898

IGI 78 2267 2121

MINITAB printout

d. Interpret the result, part c. specifically, which (if either) of the two population means is larger and by how much?

e. Construct a 95% confidence interval for the difference between the mean selling price of diamonds certified by HRD and the mean selling price of Diamonds certified by IGI.

f. Interpret the result, part e. Specifically, which (if either) of the two population means is larger and by how much?

See attached file for full problem description.

1. Refer to the data for 308 diamonds saved in the diamonds file. Two

quantitative variables in the data set are number of carats and selling

price. One of the qualitative variables is the independent

certification body that assessed each of the stones. Three

certification bodies were used: GIA, IGI, and HRD. The MINITAB print

in the next column gives the means and standard deviations of the

quantitative variables for each certification body.

Construct a 95% confidence interval for the difference between the mean

carat size of diamonds certified by GIA and the mean carat size of

diamonds certified by HRD

Interpret the result, part a. specifically, which (if either) of the two

population mean compared is larger and by how much?

Construct a 95% confidence interval for the difference between the mean

carat size of diamonds certified by GIA and the mean carat size of

diamonds certified by IGI.

Descriptive Statistics: CARAT, Price

Variable CERT N Mean StDev

CARAT GIA 151 0.6723 0.2456

HRD 79 0.8129 0.1831

IGI 78 0.3665 0.2163

Price GIA 151 5310 3247

HRD 79 7181 2898

IGI 78 2267 2121

MINITAB printout

Interpret the result, part c. specifically, which (if either) of the two

population means is larger and by how much?

Construct a 95% confidence interval for the difference between the mean

selling price of diamonds certified by HRD and the mean selling price of

Diamonds certified by IGI.

Interpret the result, part e. Specifically, which (if either) of the two

population means is larger and by how much?

a. Construct a 95% confidence interval for the difference between the mean carat size of diamonds certified by GIA and the mean carat size of diamonds certified by HRD

b. Interpret the result, part a. specifically, which (if either) of the two population mean compared is larger and by how much?

c. Construct a 95% confidence interval for the difference between the mean carat size of diamonds certified by GIA and the mean carat size of diamonds certified by IGI.

Descriptive Statistics: CARAT, Price

Variable CERT N Mean StDev

CARAT GIA 151 0.6723 0.2456

HRD 79 0.8129 0.1831

IGI 78 0.3665 0.2163

Price GIA 151 5310 3247

HRD 79 7181 2898

IGI 78 2267 2121

MINITAB printout

d. Interpret the result, part c. specifically, which (if either) of the two population means is larger and by how much?

e. Construct a 95% confidence interval for the difference between the mean selling price of diamonds certified by HRD and the mean selling price of Diamonds certified by IGI.

f. Interpret the result, part e. Specifically, which (if either) of the two population means is larger and by how much?

See attached file for full problem description.

1. Refer to the data for 308 diamonds saved in the diamonds file. Two

quantitative variables in the data set are number of carats and selling

price. One of the qualitative variables is the independent

certification body that assessed each of the stones. Three

certification bodies were used: GIA, IGI, and HRD. The MINITAB print

in the next column gives the means and standard deviations of the

quantitative variables for each certification body.

Construct a 95% confidence interval for the difference between the mean

carat size of diamonds certified by GIA and the mean carat size of

diamonds certified by HRD

Interpret the result, part a. specifically, which (if either) of the two

population mean compared is larger and by how much?

Construct a 95% confidence interval for the difference between the mean

carat size of diamonds certified by GIA and the mean carat size of

diamonds certified by IGI.

Descriptive Statistics: CARAT, Price

Variable CERT N Mean StDev

CARAT GIA 151 0.6723 0.2456

HRD 79 0.8129 0.1831

IGI 78 0.3665 0.2163

Price GIA 151 5310 3247

HRD 79 7181 2898

IGI 78 2267 2121

MINITAB printout

Interpret the result, part c. specifically, which (if either) of the two

population means is larger and by how much?

Construct a 95% confidence interval for the difference between the mean

selling price of diamonds certified by HRD and the mean selling price of

Diamonds certified by IGI.

Interpret the result, part e. Specifically, which (if either) of the two

population means is larger and by how much?

### Recently Asked Questions

- Please refer to the attachment to answer this question. This question was created from Chap 10. Additional comments: " Douglas bonds mature in 10 years and

- What is the concentration of total nitrogen in 15 mg NH3/L, 3 mg NO2-/L and 13 mg NO3-/L in mg/L, moles/L, ppm and ppb?

- Douglas bonds mature in 10 years and have an annual coupon rate of 10.5 percent with semiannual payments. The $1,000 par value bond currently trades at $1,105