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StatisticsQ&A Libraryparts A-J, identify a correct test to use to test the claim (some claims may be tested using more than onetest). Assume al assumptions for the tests are met. Tests may be used more than once or not at all.a. One sample t-testC.Matched pairs ttestb. Two sample t-testd. One sample proportion z-teste. Two sample proportion z-testf. Slope t-test for linear regressionANOVA test for linear regression h. One-way ANOVA. Chi-square test for goodness of fiti. Chi-square test for independenceA. The distribution of Starburst colors is 25% red, 25% orange, 25% pink, and 25% yellow.B. Gas costs more, per gallon, at Shell stations than at Mobil stations across the street from themC. There is no relationship between how much you eat (in calories) and your weight.D. When people experience pain, they report less pain when they swear than when they don't swear.E. One-third of American adults can't identify the United States on a world map.F. Men are more likely to drive and text than women are.G. Undergraduates in every CSUF College, on average, have the same GPAH. On average, a "gallon of milk" contains less than 1 gallon.I. Knowing your favorite burger chain tells me nothing about whether you prefer pancakes or waffles.J. The more money you have, on average, the more problems you have.Question

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**Part J:**

The two categories of interest are the “average money” of a person and the “number of problems he or she may have”.

Step 2

The hypotheses to be tested are:

Null hypothesis:

*H*_{0}: The average money of a person and their problems are independent.

Alternative hypothesis:

*H _{a}*: The average money of a person and their problems are not independent.

Step 3

Evidently, the test is to determine whether a person’s money can help to determine their problems.

Thus, the study seeks to find whether there is any association between the two categories &ldq...

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