Friday

July 3, 2015

July 3, 2015

Posted by **jeff** on Saturday, January 9, 2010 at 9:34am.

Question 1

1.

Question 1 text

The head of the History Department wants to compare the averages of 2 different instructorâ€™s to see if they differ. A sample of 15 students in Instructor Aâ€™s class has average of 74 with a standard deviation of 11. A sample of 12 students in Instructor Bâ€™s class has a mean of 77 and a standard deviation of 13. Variances are assumed to be equal. What is the test value?

Answer

Question 1 answers

-0.65

-0.64

-0.62

-0.63

Question 2

Question 2

1.

Question 2 text

A two-tailed t-test independent samples is to be performed. The variances are assumed to be unequal. Group one has 17 people in the sample and group two has 14 people in the sample. If alpha = 0.05, what will be a correct critical value?

Answer

Question 2 answers

2.12

2.16

1.771

2.045

Question 3

Question 3

1.

Question 3 text

Which of the following would not be an example of dependent samples?

Answer

Question 3 answers

Students taking a pretest and a posttest on the same material

Patients are matched according to blood types in a hospital study

The salaries of truckers in Wyoming and compared to the salaries of truckers in Rhode Island.

The effect of a drug on reaction time measured by a before and after test.

Question 4

Question 4

1.

Question 4 text

Which of the following is not a requirement necessary to use the z-test in comparing two proportions?

Answer

Question 4 answers

the samples must be independent

Np must be 5 or more

Nq must be 5 or more

The samples must be dependent

Question 5

Question 5

1.

Question 5 text

The pooled estimate of the population variance for a given hypothesis test was 0.35. Sample 1 had 40 people out of 90 who liked poodles and sample 2 had 30 people who liked poodles. How many people were questioned in sample 2?

Answer

Question 5 answers

110

58

66

90

Question 6

Question 6

1.

Question 6 text

In a sample of 80 Honda cars, 45% of them got 28 miles per gallon,while a sample of 100 Nissan cars showed that 42% of them got 28 miles per gallon. If Honda cars are considered to be the first proportion,what would be the value of x1 ?

Answer

Question 6 answers

36

42

45

28

Question 7

Question 7

1.

Question 7 text

Using the z-test for comparing two independent means, sigma1 = 10, n1 = 32, sigma2 = 12 and n2 = 31, the standard error of difference would be:

Answer

Question 7 answers

7.77

2.79

0.7

0.836

Question 8

Question 8

1.

Question 8 text

A student was conducting a hypothesis test to compare 2 independent samples using the z-test. He is checking the claim that there is no difference between to different samples. Sample 1 had a mean of 85, a standard deviation of 14 and there were 36 items in he sample. Sample 2 had a standard deviation of 15 and there were 32 items in the sample. The student does not know what the mean of sample 2 was, but the test value was z= 1.85. What the mean of sample 2?

Answer

Question 8 answers

78.47

91.53

61.92

79.62

Question 9

Question 9

1.

Question 9 text

A hypothesis test will be performed to test the difference between means when the 2 samples are independent. Which test will be used when the population standard deviations are not known?

Answer

Question 9 answers

z-test

t-test

test of proportions

chi-square test

Question 10

Question 10

1.

Question 10 text

The t-test for independent samples when the variances are equal will be used to compare 2 means. One sample is size 12, the other sample is size 10. A two-tailed test will be performed using Alpha = 0.02. What would be a correct critical value for this test?

Answer

Question 10 answers

2.518

2.718

2.821

2.528

- statistics -
**PsyDAG**, Saturday, January 9, 2010 at 9:41amIt seems like you are trying to get us to do your work for you. We do not do that. If we did, you would learn very little.

Show us your attempts to respond to these questions, so we can give you feedback.