Question

For dependent samples, we assume the population distribution of the paired difference has a mean of

a. 0

b. 4

c. 3

d. 2

Answer #1

**The paired sample t-test hypotheses are formally
defined below:**

- The null hypothesis (
*H*0) assumes that the true mean difference (*μ**d*) is equal to zero. - The two-tailed alternative hypothesis (
*H*1) assumes that*μ**d*is not equal to zero. - The upper-tailed alternative hypothesis (
*H*1) assumes that*μ**d*is greater than zero. - The lower-tailed alternative hypothesis (
*H*1) assumes that*μ**d*is less than zero**Option [a] =0****The population distribution of the paired difference has a mean of Zero (0)**

Calculate d and sd for the paired
data given below. Assume the two samples are dependent samples of
paired data, and assume the population distribution of the paired
differences are approximately normal. Don’t round. (1 point)
Group A
18
23
24
19
17
22
18
16
20
Group B
24
23
23
19
20
21
23
19
23

test the claim about the mean of the differences for a
population of paired data at the level of significance α. Assume
the samples are random and dependent, and the populations are
normally distributed.
Claim: μd ≤ 0; α = 0.10. Sample statistics: , sd = 18.19, n =
33

Given two dependent random samples with the following
results:
Population 1
19
26
26
30
48
33
31
Population 2
24
38
40
38
39
41
29
Use this data to find the 98% confidence interval for the true
difference between the population means.
Let d=(Population 1 entry)−(Population 2 entry)d=(Population 1
entry)−(Population 2 entry). Assume that both populations are
normally distributed.
Step 1 of 4 : Find the mean of the paired
differences, x‾d. Round your answer to one decimal place....

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results:
Population 1
41
33
18
34
42
39
50
Population 2
50
29
29
28
47
24
44
Use this data to find the 95% confidence interval for the true
difference between the population means. Assume that both
populations are normally distributed.
Step 1 of 4:
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differences. Let x1 be the value from Population 1 and x2 be the
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results:
Population 1: 48, 18, 22, 31, 18, 26, 40
Population 2, 45, 28, 24, 19, 27, 36, 30
Use this data to find the 95% confidence interval for the true
difference between the population means. Assume that both
populations are normally distributed.
Step 1 of 4: Find the point estimate for the population mean of
the paired differences. Let x1 be the value from Population 1 and
x2 be the value...

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results:
Population 1 45 46 27 36 38 33 15
Population 2 42 32 42 41 25 28 19
Use this data to find the 95% confidence interval for the true
difference between the population means. Let d = (Population 1
entry -- (Population 2 entry). Assume that both populations are
normally distributed.
Solution:
Step 1. Find the mean of the paired differences, d-bar . Round
your answer to one decimal place....

Given two dependent random samples with the following
results:
Population 1
70
69
60
60
59
54
62
68
Population 2
79
59
66
52
66
59
55
70
Can it be concluded, from this data, that there is a significant
difference between the two population means?
Let d=(Population 1 entry)−(Population 2 entry)d=(Population 1
entry)−(Population 2 entry). Use a significance level of
α=0.02α=0.02 for the test. Assume that both populations are
normally distributed.
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Step 1 of 5 : ...

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recruit? The significance level is 0.05, and...

Test for difference in means if two dependent samples are taken
from a normal
population gave the values:
Sample 1: 23, 26, 27, 29, 31, 33
Sample 2: 25, 25, 25, 26, 30, 35

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