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Miller (2008) examined the energy drink consumption of college undergraduates and found that males use energy drinks, significantly more often than females. To further investigate this phenomenon, suppose that a researcher selects a random sample of n = 36 male undergraduates and a sample of n = 25 females. On average, the males reported consuming M = 2.45 drinks per month and females had an average of M = 1.28. Assume that the overall level of consumption for college undergraduates averages μ = 1.85 energy drinks per month, and that the distribution of monthly consumption scores is approximately normal with a standard deviation of σ = 1.2.

a. Did this sample of males consume significantly more energy drinks than the overall population average? Use a one-tailed test with α = .01.

b. Did this sample of females consume significantly fewer energy drinks than the overall population average? Use a one-tailed test with α = .01.

(a)

To determine

To find: Whetherthe sample of males consumes significantly more energy drinks than the overall population average.

Explanation

Given info:

The summarized statistics are,

n=36,M=2.45,σ=1.2,μ=1.85

Calculation:

The null and alternative hypotheses:

The null hypothesis:

H0:μ1.85

That is, the sample of male consume less energy drinks than the overall population average.

The alternative hypothesis:

H1:μ>1.85

That is, the sample of male consume significantly more energy drinks than the overall population average.

The level of significance is α=0.01

Test statistic:

z=Mμσn=2.451.851.236=3.00

Thus, the test statistic is 3.00.

From standard normal table P(Z3.00)=0

(b)

To determine

To find: Whether the sample of female consumes significantly fewer energy drinks than the overall population average.

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