Sample 1:Sample 2:1713360038,4214,176E(x^2)Question 2ATest the hypothesis that μ1μ2 at α-0.025. State the hypothesis in terms of 1-2.Step 1:HO:0.0000Ha:0.0000Step 2:t crit2.048Step 3:Fill in row 88 ifthe hypothesis is one tailedReject HO ift stat2.048Fill in row 92 if the hypothesis is two tailed. The smaller number must be typed first.Reject HO iforStep 4:Step 5:Step 6:Step 7:t statReiectHO0.0000Fill in the row 102 ifthe Z table is appropriate.P-valueFill in the row 106 ifthet table is appropriate. The lower boundary must go on the left and the upper boundary on the right.P-valueQuestion 2BConstruct a 90% confidence interval for the difference in population means. State the C.1, in terms of 2-1.Lower EndpointUpper Endpoint

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Sample 1:
Sample 2:
17
13
360
03
8,421
4,176
E(x^2)
Question 2A
Test the hypothesis that μ1
μ2 at α-0.025. State the hypothesis in terms of 1-2.
Step 1:
HO:
0.0000
Ha:
0.0000
Step 2:
t crit
2.048
Step 3:
Fill in row 88 ifthe hypothesis is one tailed
Reject HO if
t stat
2.048
Fill in row 92 if the hypothesis is two tailed. The smaller number must be typed first.
Reject HO if
or
Step 4:
Step 5:
Step 6:
Step 7:
t stat
Reiect
HO
0.0000
Fill in the row 102 ifthe Z table is appropriate.
P-value
Fill in the row 106 ifthet table is appropriate. The lower boundary must go on the left and the upper boundary on the right.
P-value
Question 2B
Construct a 90% confidence interval for the difference in population means. State the C.1, in terms of 2-1.
Lower Endpoint
Upper Endpoint
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Sample 1: Sample 2: 17 13 360 03 8,421 4,176 E(x^2) Question 2A Test the hypothesis that μ1 μ2 at α-0.025. State the hypothesis in terms of 1-2. Step 1: HO: 0.0000 Ha: 0.0000 Step 2: t crit 2.048 Step 3: Fill in row 88 ifthe hypothesis is one tailed Reject HO if t stat 2.048 Fill in row 92 if the hypothesis is two tailed. The smaller number must be typed first. Reject HO if or Step 4: Step 5: Step 6: Step 7: t stat Reiect HO 0.0000 Fill in the row 102 ifthe Z table is appropriate. P-value Fill in the row 106 ifthet table is appropriate. The lower boundary must go on the left and the upper boundary on the right. P-value Question 2B Construct a 90% confidence interval for the difference in population means. State the C.1, in terms of 2-1. Lower Endpoint Upper Endpoint

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In this question, data about the two samples has been given, using that information we have to conduct a hypothesis test and find Confidence interval at 90% level of significance.

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In this part we have calculated the sample mean and sample standard deviation and then we have calculated the poooled sample standard devition.

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In this part we have calculated conducted hypothesis test.

  • Since P Value is greater than level of significance 0.025.
  • Which shows that we do not have enough evidence to reject the n...
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