Question

If your critical value is 1.7 then you are running a:

- left tailed test
- two tailed test
- unable to determine from this information
- right tailed test

If your critical value is 1.7 and the test statistic is 0.7 you
would:

- fail to reject the Ho
- reject the Ho
- unable to determine from this information
- accept the Ho

If your critical value is 1.7 and the test statistic is 0.7 you
would be:

- unable to show that the average is less than the claim
- able to show that the average was greater than the claim
- unable to show that the average was different than the claim
- able to show that the average is less than the claim
- unable to show that the average was greater than the claim

If your critical value is -2.3 then you are running a:

- unable to determine from this information
- right tailed test
- two tailed test
- left tailed test

If your critical value is -2.3 and the test statistic is -1.2 you
would:

- fail to reject the Ho
- reject the Ho
- unable to determine from this information
- accept the Ho

If your critical value is -2.3 and the test statistic is -1.2 you
would be:

- able to show that the average is less than the claim
- unable to show that the average is less than the claim
- unable to show that the average was greater than the claim
- able to show that the average was greater than the claim
- unable to show that the average was different than the claim

Answer #1

If your critical value is 1.7 then you are running a right tailed test

If your critical value is 1.7 and the test statistic is 0.7 you would fail to reject the H0

If your critical value is 1.7 and the test statistic is 0.7 you would be unable to show that the average was greater than the claim

If your critical value is -2.3 then you are running a left tailed test

If your critical value is -2.3 and the test statistic is -1.2 you would fail to reject the H0

If your critical value is -2.3 and the test statistic is -1.2 you would be unable to show that the average is less than the claim

If your critical value is ±±1.6 then you are running a:
right tailed test
two tailed test
unable to determine from this information
left tailed test
If your critical value is ±±1.6 and the test statistic is 3.9 you
would:
accept the Ho
unable to determine from this information
fail to reject the Ho
reject the Ho
If your critical value is ±±1.6 and the test statistic is 3.9 you
would be:
able to show that the average was greater...

a) Identify the claim: state the null and alternative
hypotheses. b) Determine the test: left-tailed, right-tailed, or
two-tailed. c) Identify the degree of freedom and determine the
critical value. d) Graph your bell-shaped curve and label the
critical value. e) Find your standardized test statistic ? and
label it on your graph. f) Decide whether to reject or fail to
reject the null hypothesis. g) Interpret your result.
A dealership projected that the mean waiting time at a
dealership is...

If your p-value is 0.065 and your alpha level is 0.1 then you
would:
reject the Ho
fail to reject the Ho
unable to determine from this information
accept the Ho
If your p-value is 0.065 and your alpha level is 0.05 then you
would:
reject the Ho
fail to reject the Ho
unable to determine from this information
accept the Ho
If your p-value is 0.065 and your alpha level is 0.01 then you
would:
reject the Ho
fail...

If your p-value is 0.0061 and your alpha level is 0.1 then you
would:
reject the Ho
fail to reject the Ho
unable to determine from this information
accept the Ho
If your p-value is 0.0061 and your alpha level is 0.05 then you
would:
reject the Ho
fail to reject the Ho
unable to determine from this information
accept the Ho
If your p-value is 0.0061 and your alpha level is 0.01 then you
would:
reject the Ho
fail...

If your p-value is 0.043 and your alpha level is 0.1 then you
would:
reject the Ho
fail to reject the Ho
unable to determine from this information
accept the Ho
If your p-value is 0.043 and your alpha level is 0.05 then you
would:
reject the Ho
fail to reject the Ho
unable to determine from this information
accept the Ho
If your p-value is 0.043 and your alpha level is 0.01 then you
would:
reject the Ho
fail...

If one is making a two-tailed test and the value of the z test
statistic is -11.12, a correct conclusion from this is
Group of answer choices:
do not reject HO
a type II error has been made.
reject HO
reject HO at the .05 level but not at the .01 level.

1. You have a two-tailed test. The t critical value is 2.36 and
the test statistic is 3.11. Assume the null hypothesis is true. The
result is (a) Type I error (b) Type II error (c) Correct
decision
2. You have a right-tailed test. The t critical value is 1.74
and the test statistic is 1.46. Assume the null hypothesis is true.
The result is (a)Type I error (b) Type II error (c) Correct
decision
3. You have a right-tailed...

1.) One tailed test or two tailed test?
You are performing a hypothesis test for the mean sample weight
of your fellow Intro to Statistics students. For your null
hypothesis , the hypothesized mean weight for the entire campus
student body is 165. You have no reason to know for your
alternative hypothesis whether the actual mean weight for the
entire student campus body is more or less than 165. So you decide
to make your alternative hypothesis as not...

4. If you have Two tailed Z test of significance and
you have a Z test score of 2.1, and the critical region for an
alpha level of .05 is 1.96, do you ___
a. fail to reject the Ho
b. reject the Ho
c. determine there is insufficient evidence to support at
decision
d. consult a statistician to make a decision on a type XV error

1. Your hypothesis test for a proportion has a two-tailed
critical region. The test statistic is z = -2.62. Find the p-value
accurate to 2 decimal places. p-value = ____________
2. Your hypothesis test for a mean with n = 26 has a left-tailed
critical region. The test statistic is tt = -3.26. Find the p-value
accurate to 2 decimal places.
p-value =___________________

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