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Our stated hypothesis is sample mean of homes purchased within 19 miles (in city) is equal to the sample mean of homes purchased 20 miles (outside...

Our stated hypothesis is sample mean of homes purchased within 19 miles (in city) is equal to the sample mean of homes purchased 20 miles (outside city). Our numerical hypothesis is noted as follows:Two tail hypothesis testing.

Ho: x¯ 1 = x¯ 2
H1: x¯ 1 ≠ x¯ 2



Include your raw data tables and the results of your computations in your paper, using graphical and tabular methods of displaying data and results. Sylvia

As a result of the data collected from the Two-tailed test conducted from the Real Estate data set projects the following:


Frequency Distribution - Quantitative

Distance cumulative
lower upper midpoint width frequency percent frequency percent
6 < 8 7 2 5 4.8 5 4.8
8 < 10 9 2 15 14.3 20 19.0
10 < 12 11 2 12 11.4 32 30.5
12 < 14 13 2 12 11.4 44 41.9
14 < 16 15 2 15 14.3 59 56.2
16 < 18 17 2 16 15.2 75 71.4
18 < 20 19 2 14 13.3 89 84.8
20 < 22 21 2 10 9.5 99 94.3
22 < 24 23 2 1 1.0 100 95.2
24 < 26 25 2 2 1.9 102 97.1
26 < 28 27 2 1 1.0 103 98.1
28 < 30 29 2 2 1.9 105 100.0

105 100.0

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