A college Statistics student randomly surveys 200 fellow students to determine whether students on campus prefer Cheetos or Doritos for their favorite study snack. The Statistics student rejects the null hypothesis that the proportion who prefer Cheetos is 0.5. Later a marketing firm surveys a large number of UMW students and concludes that there is no statistically significant difference between the students preference for Cheetos versus Doritos. Answer whether there was a Type I error, Type II error, or neither error was made.
Group of answer choices
Type I error
Type II error
Neither error was made
A college Statistics student randomly surveys 200 fellow students to determine whether students on campus prefer...
(6 points) Cars on Campus. Statistics students at a community college wonder whether the cars belonging to students are, on average, older than the cars belonging to faculty. They select a random sample of 23 cars in the student parking lot and find the average age to be 8.5 year with a standard deviation of 5.3 year. A random sample of 23 cars in the faculty parking lot have an average age of 3.4 years with a standard deviation of...
4/5 Question 4 Pregnancy testingi A college student hasn't been feeling well and visits her Select and answer. campus health center, Based on her symptoms, the doctor suspects that she is 10 points pregnant and orders a pregnancy test. The results of this test could be considered a hypothesis test with the following hypotheses: • H,: The student is not pregnant • H: The student is pregnant. Based on the hypotheses above, which of the following statements is considered a...
Name: Section Number To be graded assignments must be completed and submitted on the original book page Hypothesis Testing -As a Diagnostic Test ? Answer the following questions over the content material you just read or watched. 1. What is a false positive rate in the context of hypothesis testing? 2. What is the goal of hypothesis testing? 3. What is a Type I error, and how is it related to an "alpha level?" 4. What does it mean to...
First, read the article on "The Delphi Method for Graduate Research." ------ Article is posted below Include each of the following in your answer (if applicable – explain in a paragraph) Research problem: what do you want to solve using Delphi? Sample: who will participate and why? (answer in 5 -10 sentences) Round one questionnaire: include 5 hypothetical questions you would like to ask Discuss: what are possible outcomes of the findings from your study? Hint: this is the conclusion....