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Central Limit Theorem HW
Confidence Interval Part A
Confidence Intervals Version A (1 pop mean/proportion)
Confidence Intervals Version B
Confidence Intervals C
Sampling Distributions A
Module 4 - Types of Statistical Studies (1 of 4)
Options for each…
Dentists-Variable, population of interest, number of dentists, numerical value describing the population, the majority of dentists
Mouthwash recommendation (yes, no)- Variable, population of interest, number of dentists, numerical value describing the population, the majority of dentists
Proportion or percentage recommending mouthwash- Variable, population of interest, number of dentists, numerical value describing the population, the majority of dentists
options for each question…
Students taking this course- Variable, population of interest, students, average time each student spends working online for this course, numerical value describing the population
Time each student spends working online for this course- Variable, population of interest, students, average time each student spends working online for this course, numerical value describing the population
Average time online for all students in this course- Variable, population of interest, students, average time each student spends working online for this course, numerical value describing the population
Module 4 - Types of Statistical Studies (2 of 4)
Module 4 - Types of Statistical Studies (3 of 4)
options for each question…
In this study, number of aggressive acts is the variable-explanatory, response
Number of hours watching television is the variable-explanatory, response

Module 4- Types of Statistical Studies (4 of 4)
1. Valid, invalid
2. Invalid, valid
3. Valid, invalid
4. Invalid, valid
5. Invalid, valid
Module 5 - Sampling
Module 6 - Experiments
Module 18 - Introduction to Inference (3 of 3)
1. Test a claim about
2. Proportion, mean
Module 19 - Distribution of Sample Proportions (1 of 6)
Module 19-Distribution of Sample Proportions (2 of 6)
https:
www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=1&v=2bIC4EmejkQ&feature=emb_logo
Heres the youtube link to the questions
Module 19- Parameters vs. Statistics

Module 21 - Estimating a Population Proportion (1 of 3)
select question - can, cannot
Module 21- Estimating a Population Proportion (2 of 3)
Module 21- Estimating a Population Proportion (3 of 3)
Unit 2 - Sampling Methods and Problems
select answers for each question…
select answers for each question…
Unit 2 - Experimental Design
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Debanjana answered on Jul 06 2021
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ANSWERS :
Central Limit Theorem HW
1. TRUE
2. FALSE
3. TRUE
4. FALSE
5. TRUE
6. TRUE
7. FALSE
8. TRUE
9. TRUE
Confidence Interval Part A
1.FALSE
2.FALSE
3.TRUE
4.TRUE
Confidence Intervals Version A (1 pop mean/proportion)
1. FALSE
2. TRUE
3. TRUE
4. TRUE
QUESTION 5: INCREASES
QUESTION 6: 2.8355 to 3.1645
QUESTION 7 : 0.1714 TO 0.2286
Confidence Intervals Version B
1. DECREASES
2. DECREASES
3. 2.884 to 3.117
4. OPTION (d)
5. 3.2%
6. (3.30% , 9.19%)
7. (2.8775,3.6125)
8. Option (a)
Confidence Intervals C
1. (34.7296,36.7804)
2. Equal to the mean of the population
3. DECREASE
4. (0.2131,0.4432)
5. (0.0234,0.3452)
Sampling Distributions A
1. STATISTIC
2....
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