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Video Game Analysis

I.

MATH

x

n

I will test whether there is a difference between those who play video games

and those who do not in reference to whether or not they like math. I will test this

using a confidence interval for two population proportions where a success

p 1 p 2 z / 2

p 1 (1 p 1 ) p 2 (1 p 2 )

n1

n2

^p1=

23

5

=.46 ^p 2= =.1563

50

32

z /2=1.960

s ^p =

1^p 2

+

= .0050+.0041=.0954

50

32

.3037 (1.960)(.0954)

(.1167, .4907)

more apt to liking math or liking math makes you more apt to

playing video games because the interval does not contain 0.

I will now test this theory using a hypothesis test for two population proportions.

H0: p1 p2 = 0 (the two proportions are equal)

t stat

p 1 p 2 Do

p 1 (1 p 1 ) p 2 (1 p 2 )

n1

n2

HA: p1 p2 0 (there is a significant difference

between proportions)

.46.15630

.3037

.3037

=

=

=3.1834

.46(1.46) .1563 (1.1563) .0050+ .0041 .0954

+

50

32

P-Value= 2(.00135)= .0027

Reject Ho if P-Value .05

Since the p-value of .0027 is less than alpha, .05, we reject Ho and

conclude that there is a significant difference between proportions and

that whether or not a person plays video games correlates with whether

or not they like math. In this example, people who play video games tend

to like math.

II. WORK

I will test whether people who do not play video games work more hours per week

than those who do play video games. I will test this using a hypothesis test for two

population means where the standard deviation of the population is unknown.

Two-tailed test:

H0: 1 = 2 There is no difference between the means.

or z > za/2

n1=50 n 2=32

x 1=7.98 x 2=7.625

t

( x1 x2 ) D0

t=

s12 s22

n1 n2

s 1=11.7915 s2=8.3231

.3550

139.0395 69.2740

+

50

32

.355

=.1596

2.2239

Reject H0 if p-value<.05

We fail to reject Ho and conclude that there is no difference

between the means, meaning that the hours people work is no

different between the people who play video games and those who

dont.

I will test whether owning a computer makes it more likely that a person

plays video games. I will use a confidence interval for two population

proportions where a success means one owns a computer.

p

x

n

p 1 p 2 z / 2

p 1 (1 p 1 ) p 2 (1 p 2 )

n1

n2

^p1=

34

26

=.68 ^p2= =.8125

50

32

z /2=1.960

s ^p =

1^p 2

.68(1.68) .8125(1.8125)

+

= .0044+.1523=.3959

50

32

-.1325 (1.960)(.3959)

(-.9085, .2634)

more apt to owning a computer or whether owning a computer

makes you more apt to playing video games because the interval

contains 0.

IV. AGE

With a confidence interval between two population means, where population

standard deviation is unknown, I will test if whether a person plays video

games or not depends on their age.

n1=50 n 2=32

x 1=19.84 x 2=19.0313

x1 x2 t / 2,df

s 1=2.3678 s 2=.6949

s12 s22

n1 n2

t .025, 31=2.042

2.36782 .69492

+

= .1121+.0151=.1272

50

32

(.549, 1.0684)

A 95% confidence interval is (.549, 1.0684). We would conclude from this

that the mean of whether a persons age makes a difference between

people who play video games and those who dont are different at a 5%

level because the interval doesnt contain 0. This means that there is a

correlation between a persons age and playing video games.

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