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Welcome! Please read this page (in particular) very carefully. The tabs (bottom of each sheet) in this document contain all of the deliverables...

I submitted my answer for the Analyze (T Test) assignment. 

The instructor asked how many tails...which is 2.  Now the instructor asked me this question:

How many critical values and rejections regions do we have for these hypothesis?


1 Please read this page (in particular) very carefully. Instructions You need to understand how to send your assignments (deliverables) to your instructor. The tabs (bottom of each sheet) in this document contain all of the deliverables expected of you. If you need help along the way, look for these special cells that have a red indicator in the corner. It looks like the "Read me" box to the right: Read me Simply slide your cursor over the red-cornered cell and you will get more information. The format for all of the deliverables is the same: The 'assignment objective' is in black font. The next segment is in green font. These are your instructions for that assignment. The blue font is the data (where applicable) for completing each the assignment. Software We are using Excel software for the projects. You may use other software to complete your projects, but please 'report' your answers in the Excel format described below. You may complete your assignments with any version of Excel software. All assignments can easily be completed with a basic copy of Excel. There is also an Add-In feature which is available for Excel that can be helpful, although it is not required. The Add-In feature comes free with each Excel package, although it may not be currently loaded into your copy. Following are the simple instruction for loading the Excel Add-ins for both Excel 2003 and Excel 2007. (Slide your cursor over the red-cornered cells to read) Excel 2003 Excel 2007 Excel Novice - Please read Project Timeline Follow the submission scheduled posted on the Main Discussion Board!! Remember that the entire project must be Welcome!
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2 THIS MEANS THAT ALL REQUIRED CORRECTIONS MUST HAVE BEEN COMPLETED CORRECTLY - JUST TURNING per assignment to make all necessary corrections - so plan your time accordingly! Deliverables include: Project charter (target week 3 or sooner) Baseline sigma (week 4 or sooner) Histogram (week 5 or sooner) Expected variation (week 6 or sooner) t test ( week 7 or sooner) Chi square (week 8 or sooner) ANOVA (week 9 or sooner) Scatter diagram (week 10 or sooner) DOE (week 11 or sooner) Control chart (XmR) (12 or sooner) Pp Ppk (week 13 or sooner ) How to submit an Assignment In response to customers like you, we have added a peach-colored box for each deliverable. We have done this to make it clear (and consistent) the areas of the project that will be reviewed to your instructor. Project: Manufacturing Project Deliverable: Improve phase - gen. sol. Johnson What is the control chart telling you? What is the average of subgroup 1? 22 What is the average of subgroup 2? 34 100% correct and complete by no later than midnight EST one week (7 days) BEFORE the last day of class. IN THE ASSIGNMENT IS NOT SUFFICIENT IF THERE ARE ANY ERRORS ON IT. Most people require 2 - 3 attempts Student last name: There is a point out of control at subgroup #15. I would try to figure out why that happened. We would also recalculate the control limits because there is evidence the process has changed.
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