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# Statistics Homework Central Limit Theorem HW Confidence Interval Part A Confidence Intervals Version A (1 pop mean/proportion) Confidence Intervals Version B Confidence Intervals C Sampling...

Statistics Homework
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)
2. Proportion, mean
Module 19 - Distribution of Sample Proportions (1 of 6)
Module 19-Distribution of Sample Proportions (2 of 6)
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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
Unit 2 - Experimental Design
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## Solution

Debanjana answered on Jul 06 2021
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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