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### Questions On Hypothesis Testing

• 1. QUESTIONS ON HYPOTHESIS TESTING SUBMITTED TO PROF. B.K SOAM SUBMITTED BY NEHA CHAUHAN PG-13 80019
• 2. 1. The college bookstore tells prospective students that the average cost of its textbooks is \$52 with a standard deviation of \$4.50. A group of smart statistics students thinks that the average cost is higher. In order to test the bookstore’s claim against their alternative, the students will select a random sample of size 100. Assume that the mean from their random sample is \$52.80. Perform a hypothesis test at the 5% level of significance and state your decision.
• 3. •Hypothesis •Significance level The significance level is 5%. •Determination of a suitable test static 52: 52: 1H HO 8.52 100 50.4 52 x n S
• 4. nS x z x / 100/50.4 528.52 78.1 45. 8. The critical value of z is – 1.96 and +1.96. The critical value is z = ± 1.96 for a two-tailed test at 5% level of significance. Since, the computed value of z = 1.78 falls in acceptance region, we accept the null hypothesis. Hence, the mean average cost of its textbooks is \$52.
• 5. 2. A certain chemical pollutant in the Genesee River has been constant for several years with mean μ = 34 ppm (parts per million) and standard deviation σ = 8 ppm. A group of factory representatives whose companies discharge liquids into the river is now claiming that they have lowered the average with improved filtration devices. A group of environmentalists will test to see if this is true at the 1% level of significance. Assume that their sample of size 50 gives a mean of 32.5 ppm. Perform a hypothesis test at the 1% level of significance and state your decision.
• 6. 34: 34: 1H HO •Hypothesis •Significance level The significance level is 1%. •Determination of a suitable test static 5.32 50 8 34 x n S
• 7. nS x z x / 50/8 345.32 33.1 13.1 5.1 The critical value of z is – 2.58 and +2.58. The critical value is z = ± 2.58 for a two-tailed test at 1% level of significance. Since, the computed value of z = -1.33 falls in acceptance region, we accept the null hypothesis. Hence, there claim that they have lowered the average discharge with improved filtration devices is true.
• 8. 3.Based on population figures and other general information on the U.S. population, suppose it has been estimated that, on average, a family of four in the U.S. spends about \$1135 annually on dental expenditures. Suppose further that a regional dental association wants to test to determine if this figure is accurate for there area of country. To test this, 22 families of 4 are randomly selected from the population in that area of the country and a log is kept of the family’s dental expenditure for one year. The resulting data are given below. Assuming that dental expenditure are normally distributed in the population, use the data and an alpha of 0.5 to test the dental association’s hypothesis.
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• 10. 1135: 1135: 1H HO •Hypothesis •Significance level The significance level is 5%. •Determination of a suitable test static 32.1031 22 37.240 1135 x n s
• 11. ns x z / 22/37.240 113532.1031 02.2 25.51 68.103 The critical value of z is – 1.96 and +1.96. The critical value is z = ± 1.96 for a two-tailed test at 5% level of significance. Since, the computed value of z = 2.57 falls in rejection region, we reject the null hypothesis. Hence, the average dental expenses for the population is not accurate for their area.
• 12. 4. In a report prepared by the Economic Research Department of a major bank the Department manager maintains that the average annual family income on Metropolis is \$48,432. What do you conclude about the validity of the report if a random sample of 400 families shows and average income of \$48,574 with a standard deviation of 2000?
• 13. 432,48: 432,48: 1H HO •Hypothesis •Significance level The significance level is 10%. •Determination of a suitable test static 574,48 400 2000 432,48 x n s
• 14. ns x z / 400/2000 432,48574,48 42.1 100 142 The critical value of z is – 1.645 and +1.645. The critical value is z = ± 1.645 for a two-tailed test at 5% level of significance. Since, the computed value of z = 1.42 falls in acceptance region, we accept the null hypothesis. Hence,
• 15. 5. Suppose that in past years the average price per square foot for warehouses in the United States has been \$32.28. A national real estate investor wants to determine whether that figure has changed now. The investor hires a researcher who randomly samples 19 warehouses that are for sale across the United States and finds that the mean price per square foot is \$31.67, with a standard deviation of \$1.29. assume that the prices of warehouse footage are normally distributed in population. If the researcher uses a 5% level of significance, what statistical conclusion can be reached? What are the hypotheses ?
• 16. 28.32: 28.32: 1H HO •Hypothesis •Significance level The significance level is 5%. •Determination of a suitable test static 67.31 19 29.1 28.32 x n s
• 17. ns x z / 19/29.1 28.3267.31 1.2 29. 61.0 The critical value of z is – 1.96 and +1.96. The critical value is z = ± 1.96 for a two-tailed test at 5% level of significance. Since, the computed value of z = -2.1 falls in rejection region, we reject the null hypothesis. Hence, the average price per square foot for warehouses has changed now.
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