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a. What is the implied population?

b. What is the variable?

c. What parameter is used in the statement?

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Item at position 2You are going to conduct a hypothesis test to validate the claim that 65% of US households celebrated Halloween. What is the alternate hypothesis for the test?

You are going to conduct a hypothesis test to validate the claim that 65% of US households celebrated Halloween. What is the alternate hypothesis for the test?

p > 0.65

p = 0.65

p < 0.65

p≠0.65p=0.65

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Item at position 3A professor believes that at least 60% of her students are from Florida. If you were to conduct a hypothesis test to determine the validity of the statement, what is the alternate hypothesis for the test?

A professor believes that at least 60% of her students are from Florida. If you were to conduct a hypothesis test to determine the validity of the statement, what is the alternate hypothesis for the test?

p = 0.60

p > 0.60

p < 0.60

p > 0.60

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Item at position 4What are the two conclusions or decisions that can result from a hypothesis test?

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Item at position 5An article recently stated that 90% of Americans will celebrate Thanksgiving with family. You conducted a hypothesis test at the .05 level to determine the validity of the claim. You obtained a P value of 0.92. What decision should you make?

An article recently stated that 90% of Americans will celebrate Thanksgiving with family. You conducted a hypothesis test at the .05 level to determine the validity of the claim. You obtained a P value of 0.92. What decision should you make?

I have no earthly idea!

Fail to reject the null hypothesis. I can support the claimed proportion of 90%.

Fail to reject the null hypothesis. I have proven that the claimed proportion of 90% is correct.

Reject the null hypothesis. I cannot support the claimed proportion of 90%.

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Hello. I was hoping that you would be able to help me solve these statistic assignment. I have attached the assignment and requirements as well as problem 64 in chapter 12, and uploaded the excel spreadsheet that the assignment needs to be completed on. Also, I have provided a short summary as to what the class is about. An introduction to the application of management science techniques and statistical tools to business decisions. Students will learn the assumptions and techniques necessary to apply and to implement solutions from optimization and other decision science models. The focus of the course will be on problem solving, which includes problem definition, problem analysis, evaluation and choice of alternatives, and implementation and evaluation of the decision.

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simple questions in statistical math Statistics Assignment Help Learning Goal: I’m working on a statistics practice test / quiz and need an explanation and answer to help me learn.

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## The Anova Excel Data sheet is needed for this activity

There are 3 files: follow the Directions (1) to complete the assignment using the Anova Excel Data, and submit your work using the Assignment Submission Form (3) via the appropriate link

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