With the closing of the local restaurant on campus, a survey of both students and professors was completed to see if extended food services should be moved into the restaurant space. Of the 212 professors, 102 said they would like an extra food service location. Of the 184 students, 101 would like an extra food location. Is there a difference between the feelings of the professors and students. Perform a Hypothesis Test to find this out.
a) (2 points) Construct the Hypothesis Test for this study.
b) (2 points) Find the test statistic of the study.
c) (3 points) Find the standard error. Show all work in your calculations.
d) (1 point) Find the z-score of your study.
e) (2 points) Find the p-value of your study.
f) (2 points) Explain your conclusions.
With the closing of the local restaurant on campus, a survey of both students and professors...
Jamie is doing a survey at her school about whether the students feel the cafeteria food is satisfactory. She records the responses of 150 students and finds that 42% find the food satisfactory. She wonders whether she can claim this is significantly less than half. A)Describe the sampling distribution. ( Please explain in detail) B) Find and interpret the 96% confidence interval for the proportion of students who find the cafeteria food satisfactory. (Please explain in detail) C)What type of...
Jamie is doing a survey at her school about whether the students feel the cafeteria food is satisfactory. She records the responses of 140 students and finds that 45% find the food satisfactory. She wonders whether she can claim this is significantly less than half. Step 1 of 4: Describe the sampling distribution. Step 2 of 4: Find and interpret the 94% confidence interval for the proportion of students who find the cafeteria food satisfactory. Step 3 of 4: What...
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Say a study determines that the amount of time that college students on a given campus workout each week changes from school to school. You randomly interview 60 West State University students. You find that the average weekly gym time is 3 hours and that the standard deviation is 1 hour. i. Is the sample mean normally distributed? Why or why not? ii. Your friend believes that the average gym time at West State is 2.5 hours. Test your friend's...
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Data concerning employment status were collected from a sample of 100 World Campus students at the beginning of the Fall 2018 semester. In that sample of 100, 67 were employed full-time. We want use these data to construct a 95% confidence interval to estimate the proportion of all World Campus students who are employed full-time. Is it appropriate to use the normal approximation method? Show all your work involved with checking these assumptions. Use Minitab Express to construct a 95%...
Question 11 Type numbers in the boxes. A group of 43 college students from a certain liberal arts college were randomly sampled and asked about the number of alcoholic drinks they have 10 points in a typical week. The purpose of this study was to compare the drinking habits of the students at the college to the drinking habits of college students in general. In particular, the dean of students, who initiated this study, would like to check whether the...
A group of 70 college students from a certain liberal arts college were Type numbers in the boxes. randomly sampled and asked about the number of alcoholic drinks they have 10 points in a typical week. The purpose of this study was to compare the drinking habits of the students at the college to the drinking habits of college students in general. In particular, the dean of students, who initiated this study, would like to check whether the mean number...