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# BMI 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 22.7 706.50 23.55 22.50 22.10 Mean= Median = Mode= - Physical...

Please use the attached data sheet to answer the following:

- Solve for the Standard Deviation for each column in the above table.
- Conduct a one-tailed hypothesis test given the above information given a .05 level of significance.

a. Which is the most statistically significant variable? What evidence shows this?

b. Which is the least statistically significant variable? What evidence shows this?

c. For a 0.05 level of significance, should any variable be dropped from this model? Why or why not?
# BMI Physical Activity (duration in hours & minutes per week) Age Height (in inches) Weight (in pounds) 1 22.1 1.5 18 61 117 2 19.3 2.25 18 60 99 3 23.2 3.0 17 69 157 4 22.5 1.5 16 71 161 5 24.4 2.5 16 70 170 6 21.1 1.15 19 64 123 7 21.1 1.5 16 63 119 8 24.5 2.75 16 69 166 9 21.8 2.5 18 64 127 10 19.2 2.5 17 59 95 11 22.5 1.75 19 64 131 12 22.1 2.5 19 72 163 13 24.7 3.0 24 73 187 14 21.9 4.0 21 71 157 15 21.8 1.75 23 70 152 16 24.3 2.0 22 65 146 17 23.5 1.5 20 72 173 18 22.1 2.5 25 67 141 19 21.0 1.5 27 66 130 20 24.8 2.5 26 73 188 21 27.2 2.0 29 71 195 22 27.1 1.5 34 70 189 23 28.2 1.5 31 73 214 24 21.0 3.5 36 65 126 25 24.3 3.25 38 62 133 26 28.9 1.0 34 68 190 27 22.3 2.25 41 62 122 28 29.2 1.0 43 69 198 29 24.7 1.0 40 61 131 30 25.7 2.0 39 63 145 Mean= Median = Mode= 706.50 23.55 22.50 22.10 61.50 2.05 2.00 1.50 591.00 19.7 22.50 16 1,941.00 64.7 67.5 69 4,385.00 146.16 149.00 131 & 157 **Please show all work/calculations** - Solve for the Standard Deviation for each column in the above table. - Conduct a one-tailed hypothesis test given the above information given a .05 level of significance.
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a. Which is the most statistically significant variable? What evidence shows this? b. Which is the least statistically significant variable? What evidence shows this? c. For a 0.05 level of significance, should any variable be dropped from this model? Why or why not? -
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Statistics and Probability  - 8229880.xls

# BMI Physical
Activity
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Age (in inches)
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Std. dev = 22.1
19.3
23.2...

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