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    “Accept” the Null Hypothesis by Keith M. Bower‚ M.S. and James A. Colton‚ M.S. Reprinted with permission from the American Society for Quality When performing statistical hypothesis tests such as a one-sample t-test or the AndersonDarling test for normality‚ an investigator will either reject or fail to reject the null hypothesis‚ based upon sampled data. Frequently‚ results in Six Sigma projects contain the verbiage “accept the null hypothesis‚” which implies that the null hypothesis has been

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    Take Home Test 2 1. A. Null Hypothesis: There are no relations or associations among the groups’ mean scores. Alternate Hypothesis: There is a relation or association among the student’s grade point averages and “if they rather prefer to stay at home than go out with friends”. Correlations | | Grade Point Average | I would rather stay at home and read than go out with my friends | Grade Point Average | Pearson Correlation | 1 | .233 | | Sig. (2-tailed) | | .120 | | Sum of Squares

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    Hypothesis Testing Paper Hypothesis Testing Paper There are many reliable sources that are readily available for researching topics‚ whether it is for personal or professional use. Two of these sources are known as the Internet and the Yellow Pages. Based upon the test performed‚ to determine if the Yellow Pages will become obsolete in the near future‚ the following information was found based on the hypothesis and test results that have been recorded in the passage

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    Question 1: State the null hypothesis and alternative hypothesis ONLY i) One of the major Malaysia tire makers wishes to review its warranty for their rainmaker tire. The warranty is for 40‚000 kilometers. The tire company believes that the tire actually lasts more than 40‚000 kilometers. A sample 49 tires revealed that the mean number of kilometers is 45‚000 kilometers with a standard deviation of 15‚000 kilometers. What is the null hypothesis and alternative hypothesis? ii) It is claimed

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    therefore‚ it is relatively easy to see their heart under a microscope‚ which makes it easier to count the number of heartbeats‚ thus‚ making my results more accurate. Hypothesis- Their will be a positive correlation between the concentration of caffeine given to the Daphnia and its heart rate. My reason behind this hypothesis is based on the fact that caffeine affects the heart rate of humans‚ as it is a stimulant. From this‚ I can assume that it also affects the heart rate of Daphnia and

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    Hypothesis testing using the binomial distribution Chapter assessment 1. Sweets called “Scruffies” are sold in packets of 18. Scruffies come in a variety of colours‚ and market research shows that red is the most popular. Scruffies are packed randomly‚ and on average 25% are red. (i) Find the probability that a packet contains no more than 6 red Scruffies. [2] (ii) Find the probability that a packet contains exactly 4 red Scruffies. [2] Because of a fault in the packing machine

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    The development of null and alternative hypotheses was a difficult task for us at first. I think that people might have had issues understanding exactly what the difference was. I know that I myself had difficulty at first and ended up listening to the archived chats and reaching out to other members of my group for help. After doing all this and conducting some research online‚ I was finally able to grasp the concept. As the group communicated back and forth it was evident that we all agreed on

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    Tutorial Note 5 • Chapter 17 Hypothesis Testing • Chapter 18 Measures of Association Objective: Computer laboratory session (II) – Please refer to the Computer Lab Notes Discussion Question 1 H0 – Null Hypothesis: a statement you want to reject (E.g Average = 50) H1/HA – Alternative Hypothesis: a statement you want to prove (E.g Average is not 50) What is related/dependent sample? H0: Tutorial is NOT effective H1: Tutorial is effective |Respondent |Before

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    Saurabh Sunny Baghmar MNGT: 6361 Problem Statement: To determine if saving from the total monthly income is gender biased. Hypothesis: H0: Single Women save equal to single men from their total monthly income. (Null Hypothesis) H0 = µwomen - µmen = 0 Introduction: The thought behind this problem statement comes from the report which says that there is a huge difference between the number

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    Null Hypothesis (McMillan‚ 2012‚ p. 49): A null hypothesis states that no significant statistical relationship or difference exists between the groups that are being compared in astudy. This term relates to all of the studies I read for my research study analyses. They all compared the academic achievement of high school athletes and non-athletes in some way or another. While the null hypotheses were not explicitly mentioned in the studies‚ they all would have been something along the lines of

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