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StatisticsQ&A LibraryAssume that the differences are normally distributed. Complete parts (a) through (d) below.Observation46.8.X;41.852.351.049.250.953.245.743.5Y;45.251.152.854.550.253.147.546.3(a) Determine d, = X; - Y, for each pair of data.Observation48.d,(Type integers or decimals.)(b) Compute d and s..(Round to three decimal places as needed.)(Round to three decimal places as needed.)%3DClick to select your answer(s).P Type here to searchSUS2. Assume that the differences are normally distributed. Complete parts (a) through (d) below.Observation12.48.51.041.852.349.250.953.245.743.5Y;45.252.854.550.251.153.146.347.5(c) Test if ua Prt :HOD. Hg: Ha 00> Prt :HO C. Ho: Hd 0(Round to three decimal places as needed.)P-value =Click to select your answer(s).ASUSOType here to searchQuestion

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Step 1

a).

Step-by-step procedure to obtain the differences of data is as follows:

- First open Excel spreadsheet.
- Enter the values of X in the first column and Y’s in the second columns.
- In third column, find the differences of these two variables defined as d.

Step 2

Output obtained using Excel is ...

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