Color Blindness in Men and Women: In a study of red/green color blindness, 500 men and 2100 women are randomly selected and tested. Among the men, 45 have a red/green color blindness. Among the women, 6 have a red/green color blindness. Is there sufficient evidence to support the claim that men have a higher rate of red/green color blindness that women? Conduct the appropriate test at the alpha =.01 level.
Is there one or two populations in this problem?
Is this a problem about quantitative or qualitative data?
Will you use the t stats or proportion stats option in StatCrunch to complete this problem?
State the null and alternative hypothesis using the correct statistical symbols.
State the test statistic
State the P-value
In a complete sentence, indicate the strength of this P-value and five a conclusion using the context of the problem that you are testing. I should be a able to read your conclusion and tell that you were testing about color blindness between men and women.
Construct a 99% confidence interval to estimate the difference between the color blindness rates of men and women
Color Blindness in Men and Women: In a study of red/green color blindness, 500 men and...
1. In a study of red/green color blindness, 750 men and 2700 women are randomly selected and tested. Among the men, 66 have red/green color blindness. Among the women, 8 have red/green color blindness. Test the claim that men have a higher rate of red/green color blindness. The test statistic is The p-value is Is there sufficient evidence to support the claim that men have a higher rate of red/green color blindness than women using the 0.01% significance level? A....
In a study of red/green color blindness, 1000 men and 2550 women are randomly selected and tested. Among the men, 90 have red/green color blindness. Among the women, 8 have red/green color blindness. Test the claim that men have a higher rate of red/green color blindness. (Note: Type p_mnot=p_w for the proportions are not equal, p_m>p_w for the proportion of men with color blindness is larger, p_m (a) State the null hypothesis: (b) State the alternative hypothesis: (c) The test...
(1 pt) 1. In a study of red/green color blindness, 700 men and 2000 women are randomly selected and tested. Among the men, 60 have red/green color blindness. Among the women, 5 have red/green color blindness. Test the claim that men have a higher rate of red/green color blindness. The test statistic is The p-value is Is there sum cent evidence to support the claim that men have a higher rate of redigreen color blindness than women using the significance...
(2 pts) In a study of red/green color blindness, 700 men and 2150 women are randomly selected and tested. Among the men, 64 have red/green color blindness. Among the women, 6 have red/green color blindness. Test the claim that men have a higher rate of red/green color blindness. (Note: Type ‘‘p_m′′ for the symbol pm , for example p_mnot=p_w for the proportions are not equal, p_m>p_w for the proportion of men with color blindness is larger, p_m<p_w , for the...
In a study of red/green color blindness, 850 men and 2700 women are randomly selected and tested. Among the men, 78 have red/green color blindness. Among the women, 5 have red/green color blindness. Test the claim that men have a higher rate of red/green color blindness. (Note: Type p_mnot=p_w p_mnot=p_w for the proportions are not equal, p_m>p_w p_m>p_w for the proportion of men with color blindness is larger, p_m
(1 pt) In a study of red/green color blindness, 800 men and 2500 women are randomly selected and tested. Among the men, 69 have red/green color blindness. Among the women, 8 have red/green color blindness. Construct the 99% confidence interval for the difference between the color blindness rates of men and women. < (PM – Pw) <
(1 point) In a study of red/green color blindness, 650 men and 2400 women are randomly selected and tested. Among the men, 58 have red/green color blindness. Among the women, 7 have red/green color blindness. Construct the 95% confidence interval for the difference between the color blindness rates of men and women. 0.865 < (PM – Pw) < 0.9133
(2 points) In a study of red/ men and 2100 women are randomly selected and tested. Among the men, 44 have red/green color blindness. Among the women, 5 have red/green color blindness. Test the claim that men have a higher rate of red/green color blindness. (Note: Type P-m not = p-w for the proportions are not equal, p_m > p_w for the proportion of men with color blindness is larger, p_m < p_w ,for the proportion of men is smaller,...
webwork/math243spring-mcginnis / week_10b_-_ch23_comparing_two_proportions / 3 Week 10b - Ch23 Comparing Two Proportions: Problem 3 Previous Problem List Next (1 point) Independent random samples, each containing 70 observations, were selected from two populations. The samples from populations 1 and 2 produced 48 and 36 successes, respectively. Test Ho: P1-P) = 0 against H.: 01-P). Use a = 0.08. (a) The test statistics ems b) The P-value is (c) The final conclusion is A. We can reject the pull hypothesis that (1-P)...
A woman with red-green color-blindness has a mother with normal vision. Knowing that color-blindness is a sex-linked recessive gene, can you determine what her father's phenotype is? (yes or no) If so, what is it?The woman marries a man with normal vision. What is the probability they will have sons who are red-green color-blind? What is the probability they will have daughters who are red-green color-blind?