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# A city wants to know if a new advertising campaign to make citizens aware of the...

A city wants to know if a new advertising campaign to make citizens aware of the dangers of driving after drinking has been effective. The accompanying table shows the number of drivers who have been stopped with more alcohol in their systems than the law allows for each day of the week in the week before and the week a month after the campaign starts. Assume that the data from each population is Normally distributed. Complete parts a through i below.

 Day of the Week Before After M 10 1 T 11 5 W 3 4 Th 10 4 F 8 8 S 13 7 Su 6 6

) Are the data​ paired? Explain.

A.

​No, they are not paired because the drivers are independent of each other.

B.​Yes, because the before counts were compared to the counts after the

C.​Yes, because each day of the week was compared before and after the

​b) Compute the mean difference.

Find the mean difference of

​(beforeminus−​after).

d overbardequals=nothing

drivers

​(Round to three decimal places as​ needed.)

​c) Compute the standard deviation of the differences.

s Subscript dsdequals=nothing

​(Round to three decimal places as​ needed.)

​d) Compute the standard error of the mean difference.

SE left parenthesis d overbar right parenthesisSEdequals=nothing

​(Round to three decimal places as​ needed.)

​e) Find the value of the​ t-statistic.

tequals=nothing

​(Round to three decimal places as​ needed.)

​f) How many degrees of freedom does the​ t-statistic have?

dfequals=nothing

​g) Is the alternative​ one- or​ two-sided? Explain.

A.

It is​ two-sided, because the city wants want to know if the advertisement changed the number of drunk drivers.

B.

It is​ two-sided, because the city wants to know if the advertisement lowers the number of drunk drivers.

C.

It is​ one-sided, because the city wants to know if the advertisement changed the number of drunk drivers.

D.

It is​ one-sided, because the city wants to know if the advertisement lowers the number of drunk drivers.

​h) What is the​ P-value associated with this​ t-statistic? Assume that the other assumptions and conditions for inference are met.

​P-valueequals=nothing

​(Round to three decimal places as​ needed.)

​i) At

alphaαequals=0.100.10​,

what do you​ conclude?

Reject

Fail to reject

Upper H 0H0.

There

is not

is

sufficient evidence to conclude that the advertising lowered the mean number of drunk drivers on the road

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