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(b) no it does not necessarily mean that the original distribution to be normal because as the central theoremn states that if there is a large number of independent and identiacally distributed random variable, then the distribution of their sum tend to be normally distributed as the number of these variables increase indefinitely therefore the distribution does not have to normally distributed.…

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e as the central theoremn states that if there is a large number of independent and identiacally distributed random variable, then the distribution of their sum tend to be normally distributed as the number of these variables increase indefinitely therefore the distribution does not have to normally distributed.

(c) A sample of 100 taken , probability will be between 198 and 220

Z = mean - X/ standard deviation

198=> 198 - 211/ 9 = -1.444

Z = 0.07493

220 => 220 - 211/ 9 = 1

Z= 0.15865

Area between the two Z points

Prob. = 1- (0.07493+0.15865)

Prob. = 0.76642

Unit test three

1. 99 %

Mean = 2

Standard deviation = 10

SD= SD/ (N)1/2

2. 160 infants

Mean = 5.98

SD= 3.5

95% confidence level

= (5.98 -( 3.5 X 1.6) X (5.98 +( 3.5 X 1.6) = 95%

= 0.38 X 11.58 = 95%

3.

(a) Paralyzed

(48.0 - (8.1 X 1.04) X (48.0 + (8.1 X 1.04) = 98%

(39.576) X (56.424) = 98%

None polarized

(56.7 - (8.1 X 1.04 ) X (56.7 + (8.1 X1.04 ) = 98%

(48.276) X (65.124) = 98%

(b) Conclusion

The two confidence intervals are different; therefore there is a difference in the two means.

4.

(a) Type I: when we reject the null hypothesis when it should be accepted.

(b) Type II: when we do not reject the null hypothesis when it should be rejected.

(c) Z= 2.33

P value is 0.4901

5.

(a) null hypothesis

H0 : U < 15

Ha : U = 15

(b) t= 0.6107

P value = 0.7269

T critical is greater therefore we accept the null hypothesis

6.

(a)

H0: U < 22000

Ha: U =22000

(b)

(c) t calculated = 21819/ 1295 = 16.84

T critical = 1.29

T critical is less than T calculated therefore we reject the null hypothesis

(d) Because we have rejected the null hypothesis it is still true to state that the tires last 22000 miles...

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(c) A sample of 100 taken , probability will be between 198 and 220

Z = mean - X/ standard deviation

198=> 198 - 211/ 9 = -1.444

Z = 0.07493

220 => 220 - 211/ 9 = 1

Z= 0.15865

Area between the two Z points

Prob. = 1- (0.07493+0.15865)

Prob. = 0.76642

Unit test three

1. 99 %

Mean = 2

Standard deviation = 10

SD= SD/ (N)1/2

2. 160 infants

Mean = 5.98

SD= 3.5

95% confidence level

= (5.98 -( 3.5 X 1.6) X (5.98 +( 3.5 X 1.6) = 95%

= 0.38 X 11.58 = 95%

3.

(a) Paralyzed

(48.0 - (8.1 X 1.04) X (48.0 + (8.1 X 1.04) = 98%

(39.576) X (56.424) = 98%

None polarized

(56.7 - (8.1 X 1.04 ) X (56.7 + (8.1 X1.04 ) = 98%

(48.276) X (65.124) = 98%

(b) Conclusion

The two confidence intervals are different; therefore there is a difference in the two means.

4.

(a) Type I: when we reject the null hypothesis when it should be accepted.

(b) Type II: when we do not reject the null hypothesis when it should be rejected.

(c) Z= 2.33

P value is 0.4901

5.

(a) null hypothesis

H0 : U < 15

Ha : U = 15

(b) t= 0.6107

P value = 0.7269

T critical is greater therefore we accept the null hypothesis

6.

(a)

H0: U < 22000

Ha: U =22000

(b)

(c) t calculated = 21819/ 1295 = 16.84

T critical = 1.29

T critical is less than T calculated therefore we reject the null hypothesis

(d) Because we have rejected the null hypothesis it is still true to state that the tires last 22000 miles...

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