4. Suppose the population proportion is p = .6 and N=212000. What sample size is required for the sample proportion...
Suppose a simple random sample of size n-37 is obtained from a population with p = 68 and a = 16. (a) What must be true regarding the distribution of the population in order to use the normal model to compute probabilities regarding the sample mean? Assuming the normal model can be used, describe the sampling distribution x. (b) Assuming the normal model can be used, determine P X < 72.3). (c) Assuming the normal model can be used, determine...
Pg 417 6.47 For a hypothesis test H0: p = 0.3 Ha: p < 0.3 a random sample of size n 200 is taken and the sample proportion p = 0.21 (a) Determine whether it is appropriate to use the normal distribution to estimate the p-value. (b) If it is appropriate to use a normal distribution, complete the test for a significance level of 5% Pg 418 6.55 Home Field in Baseball 2009 There were 2430 Major League Baseball games played in 2009, and the home team won the...
A simple random sample of size n=74 is obtained from a population with 82 and 8-6 Does the population need to be normally distributed for the sampling distribution of to be approximately normally distributed? Why? What is the sampling distribution of i? Does the population need to be normally distributed for the sampling distribution of to be approximately normally dibuted? Why? O A. No because the Central Limit Theorem states that only if the shape of the underlying population is...
A simple random sample of size n= 42 is obtained from a population with p = 67 and o = 18. (a) What must be true regarding the distribution of the population in order to use the normal model to compute probabilitie (b) Assuming the normal model can be used determine P(x <70.6) (c) Assuming the normal model can be used, determine P(x2682). (a) What must be true regarding the distribution of the population? O A. The population must be...
A simple random sample of size n 43 is obtained from a population that is skewed left with = 54 and 06. Does the population need to be normally distributed for the sampling distribution of x to be approximately normally distributed? Why? What is the sampling distribution of Does the population need to be normally distributed for the sampling distribution of x to be approximately normally distributed? Why? O A. No. The central limit theorem states that only if the...
89 and a = 6. Suppose a simple random sample of size n = 36 is obtained from a population with (a) Describe the sampling distribution of x. (b) What is P (x >90.65) ? (c) What is P (xs 86.85) ? (d) What is P (87.9<x<90.9) ? Click here to view the standard normal distribution table (page 1). Click here to view the standard normal distribution table (page 2). (a) Choose the correct description of the shape of the...
6. A sample of size n- 200 has a known population standard deviation of 15.0. The population appears to be skewed. Determine whether a margin of error should be calculated using a critical value of za, a critical value of ta/2, or neither. Oa critical value of ta2 O a critical value of za O neither 7. The mean of a sample size n 35 is 1860. The standard deviation of the sample is 102 and the population is normally...
A simple random sample of size n = 80 is obtained from a population with u = 55 and 6 = 3. Does the population need to be normally distributed for the sampling distribution of X to be approximately normally distributed? Why? What is the sampling distribution of ? Does the population need to be normally distributed for the sampling distribution of x to be approximately normally distributed? Why? O A. No because the Central Limit Theorem states that regardless...
A simple random sample of size n=74 is obtained from a population with u=67 and 5 = 6. Does the population need to be normally distributed for the sampling distribution of x to be approximately normally distributed? Why? What is the sampling distribution of x? Does the population need to be normally distributed for the sampling distribution of x to be approximately normally distributed? Why? A. Yes because the Central Limit Theorem states that the sampling variability of nonnormal populations...