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Proportions with Two Populations

Learning Objectives

1.

Be able to develop interval estimates and conduct hypothesis tests about the difference between two

population means when 1 and 2 are known.

2.

3.

Be able to use the t distribution to conduct statistical inferences about the difference between two

population means when 1 and 2 are unknown.

4.

Learn how to analyze the difference between two population means when the samples are

independent and when the samples are matched.

5.

Be able to develop interval estimates and conduct hypothesis tests about the difference between two

population proportions.

6.

10 - 1

Chapter 10

Solutions:

1.

a.

x1 x2 = 13.6 - 11.6 = 2

b.

z / 2 = z.05 = 1.645

12 22

+

n1 n2

x1 x2 1.645

(2.2) 2 (3) 2

+

50

35

2 1.645

2 .98

c.

(1.02 to 2.98)

z / 2 = z.025 = 1.96

2 1.96

(2.2)2 (3) 2

+

50

35

2 1.17

2.

3.

4.

5.

a.

z=

(.83 to 3.17)

( x1 x2 ) D0

+

n1 n2

2

1

2

2

(25.2 22.8) 0

(5.2)2 62

+

40

50

b.

c.

a.

z=

( x1 x2 ) D0

+

n1 n2

2

1

2

2

(104 106) 0

(8.4) 2 (7.6) 2

+

80

70

= 2.03

= 1.53

b.

c.

a.

b.

z.025

12 22

+

n1 n2

1.96

(.10) 2 (.08) 2

+

= 1.96(.0208) = .04

40

35

c.

.32 .04

a.

(.28 to .36)

10 - 2

12 22

(5.2) 2 (3.8) 2

+

= 1.96

+

= 1.3

n1 n2

100

85

b.

z / 2

c.

4.6 1.3

(3.3 to 5.9)

6.

H0: 1 2 0

Ha: 1 2 > 0

z=

( x1 x2 ) D0

+

n1 n2

2

1

2

2

(175 165) 0

552 502

+

270 250

= 2.17

p-value .05; reject H0. The mean loan amount has increased between 2001 and 2002.

7.

a.

H0: 1 2 = 0

Ha: 1 2 0

b.

z=

( x1 x2 ) D0

+

n1 n2

2

1

2

2

(40 35) 0

92 102

+

36 49

= 2.41

p-value .05; reject H0. There is a difference between the population mean ages at the two stores.

8.

9.

a.

z=

12 22

+

n1 n2

2.52 2.52

+

112

84

b.

c.

p-value > .05; do not reject H0. Cannot conclude that there is a difference between the population

mean scores for the two golfers.

a.

10 - 3

Chapter 10

b.

s12 s22

2.52 4.82

+

+

n1 n2

20

30

df =

=

= 45.8

2

2

2

2

1 2.52

1 4.82

1 s12

1 s22

+

19 20 29 30

n1 1 n1 n2 1 n2

Use df = 45.

c.

t.025 = 2.014

s12 s22

2.52 4.82

+

= 2.014

+

= 2.1

n1 n2

20

30

t.025

d.

10. a.

2.4 2.1

t=

(.3 to 4.5)

s12 s22

+

n1 n2

5.22 8.52

+

35

40

2

b.

s12 s22

5.22 8.52

+

+

n1 n2

35

40

df =

=

= 65.7

2

2

2

2

1 5.2 2

1 8.52

1 s12

1 s22

+

34 35 39 40

n1 1 n1 n2 1 n2

Use df = 65

c.

two-tail p-value is between .02 and .05.

Actual p-value = .0329

d.

54

=9

6

x1 =

b.

s1 =

( xi x1 ) 2

= 2.28

n1 1

s2 =

( xi x2 ) 2

= 1.79

n2 1

c.

x2 =

42

=7

6

11. a.

x1 x2 = 9 - 7 = 2

10 - 4

d.

s12 s22

2.282 1.792

+

+

n1 n2

6

6

df =

=

= 9.5

2

2

2

2

1 2.282 1 1.792

1 s12

1 s22

+

5 6 5 6

n1 1 n1 n2 1 n2

Use df = 9, t.05 = 1.833

x1 x2 1.833

2.282 1.792

+

6

6

2 2.17

12. a.

(-.17 to 4.17)

2

b.

s12 s22

8.42 7.42

+

+

n1 n2

50

40

df =

=

= 87.1

2

2

2

2

1 8.42

1 7.42

1 s12

1 s22

+

49 50 39 40

n1 1 n1 n2 1 n2

Use df = 87, t.025 = 1.988

3.9 1.988

8.42 7.42

+

50

40

3.9 3.3

13.

(.6 to 7.2)

Taoyuan

n1 = 50

x1 = 3.16

s1 = 1.18

Kaohsiung

n2 = 50

x2 = 3.56

s2 = 1.11

Kaohsiung is slightly higher rated.

df =

s12 s 22

+

n n

2

1

1 s12

n1 1 n1

1 s 22

+

n 1 n

2

1.18 2 1.112

+

50

50

1 1.18 2

49 50

10 - 5

1 1.112

+

49 50

= 97.6

Chapter 10

1.18 2 1.112

+

50

50

.40 1.985

14. a.

-.40 .45

(-.85 to .05)

n1 = 10

x1 = 21.2

s1 = 2.70

n2 = 8

x2 = 22.8

s2 = 3.55

Kitchens are less expensive by $1600.

b.

df =

s12 s22

+

n1 n2

1 s12

1 s22

+

n1 1 n1 n2 1 n2

2.70 2 3.552

+

8

10

1 2.70 2 1 3.552

9 10 7 8

= 12.9

1.6 1.782

-1.6 2.7

15.

2.702 3.552

+

10

8

(-4.3 to 1.1)

Union

n1 = 14

x1 = 17.54

s1 = 2.24

Nonunion

n2 = 19

x2 = 15.36

s2 = 1.99

a.

b.

s12 s22

2.24 2 1.992

+

+

19

n1 n2

14

df =

=

= 26.1

2

2

2

2

1 2.24 2

1 1.992

1 s12

1 s22

+

13 14 18 19

n1 1 n1 n2 1 n2

2.18 2.056

2.18 1.55

c.

2.242 1.992

+

14

19

(.63 to 3.73)

Yes, since the interval does not include 0, it can be concluded that union workers have a different

(higher) mean wage rate than nonunion workers.

10 - 6

16. a.

H0: 1 2 = 0

Ha: 1 2 0

t=

b.

c.

( x1 x 2 ) 0

2

1

2

2

s

s

+

n1 n2

(159.38 154.89) 0

3.49 2 6.57 2

+

100

22

= 3.11

With n1 = 100 and n2 = 22, degrees of freedom will be 120. Using last row of the t table, the area in

the tail at t = 3.11 is between .0005 and .005. Thus, the two-tail p-value is between .001 and .01

Actual p-value = .009

d.

p-value .05, reject H0. The population means differ for Hongkong and Korea.

17.

H0: 1 2 0

Ha: 1 2 > 0

b.

x1 x2 = 60 - 51 = 9 days

9/51(100) = 17.6% increase in number of days.

c.

t=

s12 s22

+

n1 n2

182 152

+

45 38

2

s12 s22

182 152

+

+

n1 n2

45 38

df =

=

= 81

2

2

2

2

1 182

1 152

1 s12

1 s22

+

44 45 37 38

n1 1 n1 n2 1 n2

Using t table, p-value is between .005 and .01.

Actual p-value = .0075

p-value .01, reject H0. There is a greater mean number of days on the disabled list in 2001.

d.

Management should be concerned. Players on the disabled list have increased 32% and time on the

list has increased by 17.6%. Both the increase in inquiries to players and the cost of lost playing

time need to be addressed.

10 - 7

Chapter 10

18. a.

H0: 1 2 = 0

Ha: 1 2 0

b.

t=

( x1 x2 ) 0

2

1

2

2

s

s

+

n1 n2

(2.5 2.1) 0

.82 1.12

+

32 25

= 1.53

c.

s12 s22

.82 1.12

+

+

n1 n2

32 25

df =

=

= 42.3

2

2

2

2

1 .82

1 1.12

1 s12

1 s22

+

31 32 24 25

n1 1 n1 n2 1 n2

Use df = 42

Using t table, area in tail is between .05 and .10

Two-tail p-value is between .10 and .20

Actual p-value = .1337

d.

19. a.

p-value > .05, do not reject H0. Cannot conclude that there is a difference between population mean

times for the two airlines.

H0: 1 2 0

Ha: 1 2 > 0

b.

t=

( x1 x2 ) D0

2

1

2

2

s

s

+

n1 n2

(6.82 6.25) 0

.642 .752

+

16

10

= 1.99

c.

s12 s22

.642 .752

+

+

n1 n2

16

10

df =

=

= 16.9

2

2

2

2

1 .642 1 .752

1 s12

1 s22

+

15 16 9 10

n1 1 n1 n2 1 n2

Use df = 16

Using t table, p-value is between .025 and .05

Actual p-value = .0318

d.

20. a.

p-value .05, reject H0. The consultant with more experience has a higher population mean rating.

H0: 1 2 120

10 - 8

b.

t=

( x1 x2 ) D0

2

1

2

2

s

s

+

n1 n2

902 1052

+

35

48

= 2.10

s12 s22

90 2 1052

+

+

n1 n2

35

48

df =

=

= 78.8

2

2

2

2

1 902

1 1052

1 s12

1 s22

+

34 35 47 48

n1 1 n1 n2 1 n2

Use df = 78

Using t table, p-value is between .01 and .025

Actual p-value = .0197

p-value .05, reject H0. The improvement is less than the stated average of 120 points.

c.

x1 x2 t.025

s12 s22

+

n1 n2

df = 78

(1058 983) 1.991

75 43

d.

21. a.

902 1052

+

35

48

(32 to 118)

This is a wide interval. A larger sample should be used to reduce the margin of error.

1, 2, 0, 0, 2

b.

d = di / n = 5 / 5 = 1

c.

sd =

d.

t=

(di d ) 2

4

=

=1

n 1

51

d d

1 0

=

= 2.24

sd / n 1 / 5

df = n - 1 = 4

10 - 9

Chapter 10

Reject H0; conclude d > 0.

22. a.

3, -1, 3, 5, 3, 0, 1

b.

d = di / n = 14 / 7 = 2

c.

sd =

d.

d =2

e.

(d i d ) 2

=

n 1

2 2.447 2.082 / 7

2 1.93

23.

26

= 2.08

7 1

(.07 to 3.93)

H0: d 0

Ha: d > 0

d = .625 and sd = 1.30

t=

d d

sd / n

.625 0

1.30 / 8

= 1.36

df = n - 1 = 7

Using t table, p-value is between .10 and .20

Actual p-value = .1084

Do not reject H0; we cannot conclude that seeing the commercial improves the mean potential to

purchase.

24.

Differences: .20, .29, .39, .02, .24, .20, .20, .52, .29, .20

d = d i / n = 2.55 /10 = .255

sd =

(d i d ) 2

= .13

n 1

d t.025

sd

n

10 - 10

.13

.255 2.262

10

.255 .095

25.

(.16 to .35)

d = 93.5/10 = 9.35 and sd = 2.95

t.025 = 2.262 with df = n - 1 = 9

Interval estimate is 7.24 to 11.46

26.

H0: d = 0

Ha: d 0

Differences .11, -.06, .17, .03, .16, .21, -.01, -.09

d = d i / n = .52 / 8 = .065

sd =

t=

(d i d ) 2

= .11

n 1

d 0 .065

=

= 1.63

sd

.11

8

n

df = n - 1 = 7

Using t table, area is between .05 and .10

Two-tail p-value is between .10 and .20

Actual p-value = .1482

Do not reject H0. Cannot conclude that the population means differ.

27.

Using matched samples, the differences are as follows: 4, -2, 8, 8, 5, 6, -4, -2, -3, 0, 11, -5, 5, 9, 5

H0: d 0

Ha: d > 0

d = 3 and sd = 5.21

d d

3 0

t=

=

= 2.23

sd / n 5.21 / 15

df = n - 1 = 14

10 - 11

Chapter 10

Actual p-value = .0213

Reject H0. Conclude that the population of readers spends more time, on average, watching

television than reading.

28. a.

Differences .91, -.30, -.84, -.18, -.34, .53, -.20, .10, -.78, .07

d = d i / n = 1.03 /10 = .103

sd =

t=

(d i d ) 2

= .54

n 1

d d

sd / n

.103 0

.54 / 10

= .60

Two-tail p-value must be greater than .40

Actual p-value = .5602

Cannot reject H0. No significant difference observed.

b.

c.

t.025

sd

df = 9

2.262

t = 2.262

.54

10

.39

Given the point estimate of -.103, the margin of error is large. A larger sample is desired.

29.

H0: d = 10

Ha: d 10

d = 8.86 and sd = 2.61

t=

d d 8.86 10

=

= 116

.

sd / n 2.61 / 7

df = n - 1 = 6

Using t table, area is between .10 and .20

10 - 12

Actual p-value = .2906

Do not reject H0; we cannot reject the hypothesis that a $10 price differential exists.

30. a.

b.

c.

p1 (1 p1 ) p2 (1 p2 )

+

n1

n2

p1 p2 z.05

.12 1.645

+

400

300

.12 .0614

(.0586 to .1814)

.12 1.96

+

400

300

.12 .0731

31. a.

p=

z=

(.0469 to .1931)

n1 p1 + n2 p2 200(.22) + 300(.16)

=

= .1840

n1 + n2

200 + 300

p1 p2

1 1

p ( 1 p ) +

n1 n2

.22 .16

1

1

.1840 ( 1 .1840 )

+

200 300

= 1.70

b.

p1 = 220/400 = .55

32.

b.

p2 = 192/400 = .48

p1 p2 z.025

p1 (1 p1 ) p2 (1 p2 )

+

n1

n2

+

400

400

.07 .0691

(.0009 to .1391)

7% more executives are predicting an increase in full-time jobs. The confidence interval shows the

difference may be from 0% to 14%.

33.

p1 p2 z.025

p1 (1 p1 ) p2 (1 p2 )

+

n1

n2

10 - 13

Chapter 10

+

505

496

-.09 .05

(-.14 to -.04)

34. a.

p1 = 682/1082 = .6303

p2 = 413/1008 = .4097

p1 p2 = .6303 - .4097 = .2206 (22%)

b.

p1 (1 p1 ) p2 (1 p2 )

+

n1

n2

p1 p2 z.025

.2206 1.96

+

1082

1008

.2206 .0418

(.1788 to .2624)

35. a.

p1 = 256/320 = .80

b.

p2 = 165/250 = .66

c.

.14 z.025

p1 (1 p1 ) p2 (1 p2 )

+

n1

n2

.14 1.96

+

320

250

.14 .0733

(.0667 to .2133)

36. a.

p1 = 371/462 = .803

b.

p2 = 357/421 = .848

c.

H0: p1 - p2 0

Ha: p1 - p2 < 0

Support for Ha will show p2 > p1 which indicates an improvement in on-time flight performance.

d.

p=

n1 p1 + n 2 p 2 371(.803) + 357(.848)

=

= .8245

n1 + n 2

462 + 421

10 - 14

z=

p1 p 2

1

1

p (1 p )( + )

n1 n 2

.803 .848

1

1

.8245(1 .8245)(

+

)

462 421

= 1.76

Reject H0. Conclude on-time performance has improved.

37. a.

H0: p1 - p2 = 0

Ha: p1 - p2 0

p1 = 63/150 = .42

p2 = 60/200 = .30

p=

z=

n1 p1 + n2 p2

63 + 60

=

= .3514

n1 + n2

150 + 200

p1 p2

1 1

p ( 1 p ) +

n1 n2

.42 .30

1

1

.3514 ( 1 .3514 )

+

150 200

= 2.33

p-value .05, reject H0. There is a difference between the recall rates for the two commercials.

b.

p1 p2 z.025

p1 (1 p1 ) p2 (1 p2 )

+

n1

n2

+

150

200

.12 .1014

(.0186 to .2214)

38.

p=

z=

n1 p1 + n2 p2 232(.815) + 210(.724)

=

= .7718

n1 + n2

232 + 210

p1 p2

1 1

p ( 1 p ) +

n1 n2

.815 .724

1

1

.7718 ( 1 .7718 )

+

232

210

10 - 15

= 2.28

Chapter 10

p-value .05, reject H0. The population proportions differ. NYSE is showing a greater proportion of

stocks below their 1997 highs.

39. a.

H0: p1 - p2 = 0

Ha: p1 - p2 0

b.

p2 = 1523/5014 = .3037 (30%)

c.

p=

z=

n1 p1 + n 2 p 2 5014(.3355) + 5014(.3037)

=

= .3196

n1 + n 2

5014 + 5014

p1 p 2

1

1

p (1 p ) +

n1 n 2

.3355 .3037

1

1

.3196(1 .3196)

+

5014 5014

= 3.41

p-value 0

Reject H0. There is a significant difference in the population proportions. A higher proportion

expecting to collect information from magazines is observed.

d.

40.

It may be that travelers will collect information from travel agencies and magazines.

x1 x2 z.05

12 22

+

n1 n2

(3.82) 2 (1.86) 2

+

1019

3892

8.64 0.2029

(8.4371 to 8.8429)

10 - 16

H0: 1 - 2 = 0

41.

Ha: 1 - 2 0

z=

( x1 x 2 ) D0

+

n1

n2

2

1

2

2

(159.63 155.35) 0

2.03 2 8.52 2

+

256

64

= 3.99

p-value .05, reject H0. A difference exists with business having the lower mean daily

consumption.

42. a.

H0: 1 - 2 0

Ha: 1 - 2 > 0

b.

n1 = 30

x1 = 16.23

s1 = 3.52

t=

n2 = 30

x2 = 15.70

s2 = 3.31

( x1 x2 ) D0

2

1

2

2

s

s

+

n1 n2

(16.23 15.70) 0

= .60

(3.52) 2 (3.31) 2

+

30

30

2

s12 s22

3.522 3.312

+

+

n1 n2

30

30

df =

=

= 57.8

2

2

2

2

1 3.52 2

1 3.312

1 s12

1 s22

+

29 30 29 30

n1 1 n1 n2 1 n2

Use df = 57

Using t table, p-value is greater than .20

Actual p-value = .2753

p-value > .05, do not reject H0. Cannot conclude that the mutual funds with a load have a greater

mean rate of return.

43.

H0: 1 - 2 = 0

Ha: 1 - 2 0

t=

( x1 x2 ) 0

2

1

2

2

s

s

+

n1 n2

(72 78) 0

82 102

+

12 15

= 1.73

10 - 17

Chapter 10

s12 s22

82 102

+

+

n1 n2

12 15

df =

=

= 25

2

2

2

2

1 82

1 102

1 s12

1 s22

+

+ +

11 12 14 15

n1 1 n1 n2 1 n2

Using t table area is between .025 and .05

Two-tail p-value is between .05 and .10

Actual p-value = .0961

p-value > .05, do not reject H0. Cannot conclude a difference exists.

44. a.

H0: 1 - 2 = 0

Ha: 1 - 2 > 0

t=

( x1 x 2 ) 0

2

1

2

2

s

s

+

n1 n 2

(47.12 40.67) 0

10.04 2 10.112

+

177

353

= 6.96

With a total sample size 177 + 353 = 530, use infinity row to t distribution table.

Using t table, p-value is less than .005

Actual p-value 0

p-value .01, reject H0. Conclude females have a higher mean English score.

b.

x1 x2 t.025

s12 s22

+

n1 n2

6.45 1.82

45. a.

10.04 2 10.112

+

177

353

(4.63 to 8.27)

H0: 1 - 2 0

Ha: 1 - 2 > 0

b.

d =

di 1.74

=

= .124

n

14

10 - 18

(d i d ) 2

= .33

n 1

sd =

t=

d d

sd / n

.124 0

.33 / 14

= 1.42

Degrees of freedom = n - 1 = 13

Using t table, p-value is between .05 and .10

Actual p-value = .0889

p-value > .05, do not reject H0. Data does not support the conclusion that population mean earnings

are down in 1997.

46. a.

H0: p1 - p2 0

Ha: p1 - p2 > 0

b.

p1 = 704/1035 = .6802

p2 = 582/1004 = .5797

p=

n1 p1 + n2 p2

704 + 582

=

= .6307

n1 + n2

1035 + 1004

z=

p1 p2

1 1

p ( 1 p ) +

n1 n2

.6802 .579

1

1

.6307 ( 1 .6307 )

+

1035

1004

= 4.70

p-value 0

c.

47. a.

p-value .01, reject H0. Conclude that the proportion indicating good/excellent increased over the four

year period.

p1 = 1006/1015 = .9911

p2 = 998/1054 = .9469

p=

z=

n1 p1 + n 2 p 2 1015(.9911) + 1054(.9469)

=

= .9686

n1 + n 2

1015 +1054

p1 p 2

1

1

p (1 p )( + )

n1 n 2

.9911 .9469

1

1

.9686(1 .9686)(

+

)

1015 1054

p-value 0

Reject H0; there is a difference between rates.

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= 5.77

Chapter 10

b.

p1 p2 z.025

p1 (1 p1 ) p2 (1 p2 )

+

n1

n2

.0443 .0147

+

1054

1015

(.0296 to .0590)

Rates are higher for visitors who did not spend spare time on sightseeing in Taiwan.

48.

p1 = 9/142 = .0634

p2 = 5/268 = .0187

p=

z=

n1 p1 + n2 p2

9+5

=

= .0341

n1 + n2

142 + 268

p1 p2

1 1

p ( 1 p ) +

n1 n2

.0634 .0187

1

1

.0341( 1 .0341)

+

142 268

= 2.37

p-value .02, reject H0. There is a significant difference in drug resistance between the two states.

New Jersey has the higher drug resistance rate.

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