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## ID Number: QUIZ #4 – Take Home

(#1 - 5) A soft drink filling machine, when in perfect adjustment, fills the
bottles with 11.88 ounces of soft drink. Any overfilling or underfilling results in 14. Develop a 95% confidence interval for the difference between the two
the shutdown and readjustment of the machine. A random sample of 25 population means.
bottles is selected, and the contents are measured. The sample yielded a a. -5.753 to 1.753 c. -1.659 to 5.659
mean content of 12.12 ounces, with a standard deviation of 1.8 ounces. Level b. -5.659 to 1.659 d. -1.753 to 5.753
of significance: 0.10.
15. Compute the test statistic.
1. Margin of error a. 0.57 b. 1.07 c. -0.57 d. -1.07
a. 0.3600 b. 0.5922 c. 0.6160 d. 0.7056
Random samples from two different offices:
2. Which is the correct confidence interval? Office 1: n1 = 250 Office 2: n2 = 300
a. 11.26 < µ < 12.5 c. 11.50 < µ < 12.47 Number of errors = 40 Number of errors = 27
b. 11.29 < µ < 12.47 d. 11.53 < µ < 12.71
16. What is the point estimate of the difference between the two population?
3. Develop the null and alternative hypothesis: a. -0.07 b. -0.7 c. +0.07 d. +0.7
a. H0: µ ¹ 12.12 Ha: µ = 12.12 c. H0: µ ¹ 11.88 Ha: µ = 11.88
b. H0: µ = 12.12 Ha: µ ¹ 12.12 d. H0: µ = 11.88 Ha: µ ¹ 11.88 17. What is the value of p-bar?
a. 0.11 b. 0.12 c. 0.88 d. 0.89
4. Compute for the test statistics
a. t = - 0.667 b. t = + 0.667 c. z = + 0.67 d. z = - 0.67
#18 to 21: Sum of Degrees of Mean
5. What is your conclusion? Source of Variation Squares Freedom Square F
a. Reject H0 c. Do Not Reject H0 Between Treatments 2,073.6 4
b. Accept H0 d. Insufficient data Between Blocks 1,200
Error 20 288
(#6 - 10) A sample of 400 individuals participated in the taste test and 88 Total 29
indicated they like the taste. At a 5% significance level, test to determine if at
least 30% of the population will like the new soft drink. 18. Sum of Squares Error (SSE)?
a. 14.4 b. 0.0694 c. 5,760 d. 268
6. Margin of error:
a. 0.0377 b. 0.0449 c. 0.0341 d. 0.0406 19. Degrees of Freedom between blocks?
a. 2 b. 3 c. 4 d. 5
7. Which is the correct confidence interval?
a. 0.2623 < p < 0.3377 c. 0.2551 < p < 0.3449 20. Sum of Squares Total (SST)?
b. 0.1794 < p < 0.2606 d. 0.1859 < p < 0.2541 a. 13,833.60 b. 8,341.60 c. 8,088 d. 8,073.67

8. Develop the null and alternative hypothesis: 21. What is the value of the test statistics (F)?
a. H0: p > 0.22 Ha: p < 0.22 c. H0: p > 0.30 Ha: p < 0.30 a. 0.432 b. 1.8 c.4.167 d. 6.912
b. H0: p < 0.22 Ha: p > 0.22 d. H0: p < 0.30 Ha: p > 0.30

9. Compute for the test statistics:
a. z = + 3.86 b. z = - 3.86 c. z = + 3.49 d. z = - 3.49

a. Reject H0 c. Do Not Reject H0
b. Accept H0 d. Insufficient data

(#11 - 12) A random sample of 32 textbook prices is taken from a local college
bookstore. The mean of the sample \$74.75, and the sample standard
deviation is \$23.44. The management believes that the prices of the text book
do not go over \$90. Use a 90% confidence level.

11. Compute for the test statistics
a. z = - 1.88 b. z = - 2.24 c. z = - 3.68 d. z = + 3.68

a. Reject H0 c. Do Not Reject H0
b. Accept H0 d. Insufficient data

(#13 - 15) Consider the following results for two samples randomly taken from
two populations :Sample A Sample B
Sample Size 28 30
Sample Mean 24 22
Sample Standard Deviation 8 6

13. Determine the degrees of freedom for the t-distribution.
a. 49 b. 51 c. 14 d. 16
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## ID Number: QUIZ #4 – Take Home

For 22 – 23. The following table is result of a regression study for two
variables. #27 - 30
Observation Treatment A Treatment B Treatment C
REGRESSION STATISTICS 1 9 9 8

Multiple R 0.95 2 10 8 11

R Square 0.86 3 11 7 8

## Standard Error 9.18 5 8 7 8

Observations 10 Mean 10 8 9
Std. Dev 1.6 1.0 1.4

Coef SE t Stat P-value
27. The mean square between treatments (MSTR) is?
a. 5 b. 4 c. 2 d. 1
Intercept 142 14 9.17 0.0000
28. The mean square within treatments (MSE) is?
X 6.7 0.13 5.85 0.0004 a. 8.28 b. 2.3 c. 1.84 d. 1

29. Degrees of Freedom (numerator/denominator)?
22. Based on the above correlation coefficient, the variables have: a. 2/14 b. 2/12 c. 4/10 d. 4/12
a. no correlation
b. weak negative correlation 30. The test statistic (F) to test the null hypothesis is?
a. 2.72 b. 1.74 c. 2.0 d. 0.12
c. weak positive correlation

d. strong positive correlation

23. If test is significant, the regression equation is:
a. 𝑦 = 0.13 + 142𝑥
b. 𝑦 = 142 + 14𝑥
c. 𝑦 = 6.7 + 142𝑥
d. 𝑦 = 142 + 6.7𝑥

#24 to 26: Regression analysis was applied between sales (in \$1,000) and
advertising (in \$100) and the following regression function was obtained: =
500 + 4x

24. If advertising is \$10,000 then point estimate for sales (in \$) is:
a.900 b. 40,500 c. 90,000 d. 900,000

25. If sales is \$750,000 then point estimate for advertising (in \$) is:
a. 6,250 b. 15,000 c. 62,500 d. 187,375

26. If advertising increases by \$50,000 then point estimate for sales (in \$):
a. Increase by \$2,900,000
b. Increase by \$2,000,000
c. Decrease by \$2,000,000
d. Decrease by \$2,900,000