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Suppose that a tennis player (Jill) will be ranked next week on the WTA circuit if she reaches the final of the tournament she is now playing in, or the current player does not reach the semifinals of the tournament. Suppose the probability is 0.31 that jill does not reach the final of the...

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e. 9.10 9.10 Calculate the value of t for the hypothesis test. (Give your answer correct to two decimal places.) Ho: = 32, Ha: > 32, n = 17, x = 32.86, s = 3

a paired samples t test is reported as t(15)=0.918, p>0.05, d=0.17. interpret the effect size for this statistical test.

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1. IBM Survey The computer giant IBM has 329,373 employees and 637,133 stockholders. A vice president plans to conduct a survey to study the numbers of shares held by individual stockholders. a. Are the numbers of shares held by stockholders discrete or continuous? b. Identify the level of...
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