Question

The appraised values of three recently sold houses in the Columbus area are (in thousands of dollars) 260, 315, and 295. The P-value for the one-sample t test is... standard error of the mean is 16.07

A. larger than 0.10.

B. between 0.05 and 0.01.

C. between 0.10 and 0.05.

D. below 0.01.

Answer #1

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is a linear relationship between the appraised value and the
selling price. Her data is in this table:
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250
257
190
250
220
288
185
162
270
285
500...

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(A) larger than 0.05
(B) smaller than 0.05
(C) larger than 0.01
(D) smaller than 0.01
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Treatment A Treatment B Treatment C
32 44 34
30 43 37
30 44 36
26 46 37
32 48 41
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Goliath
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( * $1000)
36
80
44
55
35
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9
15
10
11
10
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1,521
1,298
1,708
Qtr 2
1,396
1,492
1,382
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1,178
1,052
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51
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260900
229700
158500
329100
235900
226900
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308500
226300
242200
182800
291500
216400
243800
190700
281000
209000
244300
184000
285600
201000
243800
192000
263500
192800
238300
177800...

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