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Given the following information: alternative hypothesis: p < 0.70, n = 300, x = 205, alpha = 0.02. State your decision and conclusion using either the classical or p-value approach. Explain how you arrived at your answer.
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Exercise on Inventory Pricing
You listen to radio station for 1 hour, at arbitrarily selected time, and carefully observe that amount of advertising time is equal to 7 minutes. Compute z-score for this amount of advertising time.
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Describe a scenario related to the final project in which you would use repeated-measures ANOVA. Describe a scenario related to the final project in which you would use MANOVA.
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a population standard deviation is estimated to be 13. we want to estimate the population mean within 1.7 with a
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Is there sufficient evidence to support the claim that site has an effect on the amount of pesticide?
Find the probability of drawing either a king or a spade in a single draw from a pack of 52 playing cards.
approximately 30 of obese patients develop diabetes. if a physician sees 10 patients who are obesea what is the
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