Analyze the processed data in statistical survey

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Analyze the processed data in Statistical survey. Below are the results of the processed data.

Question 1: Yes, p = 0.1986; 0.1603 to 0.2368

Question 2: Yes, p = 0.6268; 0.5804 to 0.6732

Question 3: Basic p = 0.3923; 0.3455 to 0.4392

Enhanced p = 0.6077; 0.5609 to 0.6545

n = 254

Question 4: Every day p = 0.1969; 0.1480 to 0.2457

Question 4: Most days p = 0.5669; 0.5060 to 0.6279

Question 4: Occasionally or never p = 0.2362; 0.1840 to 0.2885

n = 418

Question 5: Almost every day p = 0.0335; 0.0162 to 0.0507

Question 5: Several times a week p = 0.0837; 0.0572 to 0.1103

Question 5: Almost never (rarely) p = 0.7488; 0.7072 to 0.7904

Question 5: Never p = 0.1340; 0.1013 to 0.1666

Question 6: Toll-free phone number p = 0.5502; 0.5025 to 0.5979

Question 6: AMS website p = 0.2536; 0.2119 to 0.2953

Question 6: Direct mail p = 0.11; 0.08 to 0.14

Question 6: Good Tunes & More p = 0.0239; 0.0093 to 0.0386

Question 6: Other p = 0.0622; 0.0390 to 0.0854

Question 7: Yes p = 0.0957; 0.0675 to 0.1239

Question 9: Yes p = 0.8469; 0.8124 to 0.8814

Question 10: Yes p = 0.0909; 0.0633 to 0.1185

Question 8: Trial Weekly rate (\$) Willing to Pay

Confidence Interval Estimate for the Mean

 Data Sample Standard Deviation 1.9667 Sample Mean 20.73 Sample Size 40 Confidence Level 95%

 Intermediate Calculations Standard Error of the Mean 0.3110 Degrees of Freedom 39 t Value 2.0227 Interval Half Width 0.6290

 Confidence Interval Interval Lower Limit 20.10 Interval Upper Limit 21.35

1. What proportion of homes subscribe to telephone service from Ashland? Would you say this portion is small, medium, or large?

2. What proportion of homes subscribe to Internet service from Ashland? Would you say this portion is small, medium, or large?

3. What proportion of homes that are using Ashland's Internet service have Basic cable service?

4. Of the 56.1% to 65.5% of the homes that are using Ashland's Television Enhanced service, what percentage watch cable stations available only with enhanced service every day or most days?

5. What percentage of homes that are using Ashland's Television service watches premium on-demand services requiring an extra service fee at least several times a week?

6. What percentage of homes has obtained their current Ashland subscription from a toll-free phone number or AMS website?

7. A small percentage of homes would consider the 3-For-All service for a trial period.  Between what percentages is that number?

8. What proportion of homes use another phone service provider?

9. What proportion of homes would sign up for the 3-For-All service if the Ashland Gold card were offered?

10. For the respondents who said they would sign up for the 3-For-All service for a trial period, between what dollar and cents limits would they be willing to pay?

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