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Student: Siyao Guan

Course: Math 160 Elementary Statistics Assignment: Quiz #9 ( ch 11)

Submitted: 05/19/17 7:36am

Spring 2017 Grossmont

1. A certain statistics instructor participates in triathlons. The accompanying table lists times (in minutes and seconds) he

recorded while riding a bicycle for five laps through each mile of a 3-mile loop. Use a 0.05 significance level to test the claim

that it takes the same time to ride each of the miles. Does one of the miles appear to have a hill?

1

Click the icon to view the data table of the riding times.

H0 : 1= 2= 3

H1 : At least one of the three population means is different from the others.

A. Reject H0 . There is insufficient evidence to warrant rejection of the claim that the three

different miles have the same mean ride time.

B. Reject H0 . There is sufficient evidence to warrant rejection of the claim that the three different

miles have the same mean ride time.

C. Fail to reject H0 . There is insufficient evidence to warrant rejection of the claim that the three

different miles have the same mean ride time.

D. Fail to reject H0 . There is sufficient evidence to warrant rejection of the claim that the three

different miles have the same mean ride time.

A. Yes, these data suggest that the third mile appears to take longer, and a reasonable

explanation is that it has a hill.

B. Yes, these data suggest that the third and first miles appear to take longer, and a reasonable

explanation is that they both have hills.

C. Yes, these data suggest that the second mile appears to take longer, and a reasonable

explanation is that it has a hill.

D. Yes, these data suggest that the first mile appears to take longer, and a reasonable

explanation is that it has a hill.

E. No, these data do not suggest that any of the miles have a hill.

Mile 2 3:18 3:23 3:21 3:18 3:20

Mile 3 3:33 3:30 3:30 3:30 3:28

(Note: when pasting the data into your technology, each mile row will have separate columns for each minute and second

entry. You will need to convert each minute/second entry into seconds only.)

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YOU ANSWERED: 1 2 3

A.

2. The table below lists the frequency of wins for different post positions in a horse race. A post position of 1 is closest to the

inside rail, so that horse has the shortest distance to run. (Because the number of horses varies from year to year, only the

first 10 post positions are included.) Use a 0.05 significance level to test the claim that the likelihood of winning is the same

for the different post positions. Based on the result, should bettors consider the post position of a horse race?

Post Position 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

Wins 19 13 11 15 14 6 7 12 4 11

H1 : At least one post position has a different frequency of wins than the others.

2

= 16.393 (Round to three decimal places as needed.)

A. Reject H0 . There is insufficient evidence to warrant rejection of the claim that the likelihood of

winning is the same for the different post positions.

B. Fail to reject H0 . There is sufficient evidence to warrant rejection of the claim that the

likelihood of winning is the same for the different post positions..

C. Reject H0 . There is sufficient evidence to warrant rejection of the claim that the likelihood of

winning is the same for the different post positions.

D. Fail to reject H0 . There is insufficient evidence to warrant rejection of the claim that the

likelihood of winning is the same for the different post positions.

Based on the result, should bettors consider the post position of a horse race?

No

Yes

YOU ANSWERED: Wins occur with all different frequency in the different post positions.

A.

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3. For a recent year, the following are the numbers of homicides that occurred each Full data set

month in a city. Use a 0.05 significance level to test the claim that homicides in a city Month Number Month Number

are equally likely for each of the 12 months. Is there sufficient evidence to support the Jan. 38 July 46

police commissioner's claim that homicides occur more often in the summer when the Feb. 29 Aug. 49

weather is better? March 45 Sep. 49

April 41 Oct. 42

May 45 Nov. 38

June 50 Dec 38

H1 : At least one month has a different frequency of homicides than the others.

2

= 9.671 (Round to three decimal places as needed.)

A. Fail to reject H0 . There is sufficient evidence to warrant rejection of the claim that homicides in

a city are equally likely for each of the 12 months.

B. Fail to reject H0 . There is insufficient evidence to warrant rejection of the claim that homicides

in a city are equally likely for each of the 12 months.

C. Reject H0 . There is sufficient evidence to warrant rejection of the claim that homicides in a city

are equally likely for each of the 12 months.

D. Reject H0 . There is insufficient evidence to warrant rejection of the claim that homicides in a

city are equally likely for each of the 12 months.

Is there sufficient evidence to support the police commissioner's claim that homicides occur more often in the summer when

the weather is better?

A. There is sufficient evidence to support the police commissioner's claim that homicides occur

more often in the summer when the weather is better.

B. There is not sufficient evidence to support the police commissioner's claim that homicides

occur more often in the summer when the weather is better.

YOU ANSWERED: At least two months have a different frequency of homicides than the others.

0.0000

A.

A.

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4. The table below includes results from polygraph (lie detector) experiments conducted by researchers. In each case, it was

known if the subjected lied or did not lie, so the table indicates when the polygraph test was correct. Use a 0.05 significance

level to test the claim that whether a subject lies is independent of the polygraph test indication. Do the results suggest that

polygraphs are effective in distinguishing between truth and lies?

2

Click the icon to view the table.

H1 : Whether a subject lies is independent of the polygraph test indication.

B. H0 : Polygraph testing is accurate.

H1 : Polygraph testing is not accurate.

C. H0 : Polygraph testing is not accurate.

H1 : Polygraph testing is accurate.

D. H0 : Whether a subject lies is independent of the polygraph test indication.

H1 : Whether a subject lies is not independent of the polygraph test indication.

2

= 5.803 (Round to three decimal places as needed.)

Do the results suggest that polygraphs are effective in distinguishing between truth and lies?

A. There is not sufficient evidence to warrant rejection of the claim that polygraph testing is 95%

accurate.

B. There is sufficient evidence to warrant rejection of the claim that whether a subject lies is

independent of the polygraph test indication.

C. There is not sufficient evidence to warrant rejection of the claim that whether a subject lies is

independent of the polygraph test indication.

D. There is sufficient evidence to warrant rejection of the claim that polygraph testing is 95%

accurate.

2: More Info

Did the Subject Actually Lie?

No (Did Not Lie) Yes (Lied)

Polygraph test indicated that the

8 24

subject lied.

Polygraph test indicated that the

16 13

subject did not lie.

YOU ANSWERED: A.

A.

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5. The accompanying table shows results of challenged referee calls in a major tennis tournament. Use a 0.05 significance

level to test the claim that the gender of the tennis player is independent of whether a call is overturned.

3

Click the icon to view the table.

A. H0 : Male tennis players are more successful in overturning calls than female players.

H1 : Male tennis players are not more successful in overturning calls than female players.

B. H0 : The gender of the tennis player is independent of whether a call is overturned.

H1 : The gender of the tennis player is not independent of whether a call is overturned.

C. H0 : Male tennis players are not more successful in overturning calls than female players.

H1 : Male tennis players are more successful in overturning calls than female players.

D. H0 : The gender of the tennis player is not independent of whether a call is overturned.

H1 : The gender of the tennis player is independent of whether a call is overturned.

Use a 0.05 significance level to test the claim that the gender of the tennis player is independent of whether a call is

overturned. Choose the correct answer below.

A. There is not sufficient evidence to warrant rejection of the claim that the gender of the tennis

player is independent of whether a call is overturned.

B. There is sufficient evidence to warrant rejection of the claim that male tennis players are more

successful in overturning calls than female tennis players.

C. There is not sufficient evidence to warrant rejection of the claim that male tennis players are

more successful in overturning calls than female tennis players.

D. There is sufficient evidence to warrant rejection of the claim that the gender of the tennis

player is independent of whether a call is overturned.

3: More Info

Was the Challenge to the Call Successful?

Yes No

Men 357 585

Women 322 641

YOU ANSWERED: A.

A.

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6. Weights (kg) of poplar trees were obtained from trees planted in a rich and moist region. The trees were given different

treatments identified in the accompanying table. Use a 0.05 significance level to test the claim that the four treatment

categories yield poplar trees with the same mean weight. Is there a treatment that appears to be most effective?

4

Click the icon to view the data table of the poplar weights.

H0 : 1

= 2= 3= 4

H1 : At least one of the four population means is different from the others.

A. Fail to reject H0 . There is sufficient evidence to warrant rejection of the claim that the four

different treatments yield the same mean poplar weight.

B. Reject H0 . There is sufficient evidence to warrant rejection of the claim that the four different

treatments yield the same mean poplar weight.

C. Fail to reject H0 . There is insufficient evidence to warrant rejection of the claim that the four

different treatments yield the same mean poplar weight.

D. Reject H0 . There is insufficient evidence to warrant rejection of the claim that the four different

treatments yield the same mean poplar weight.

B. The 'Fertilizer' method seems to be most effective.

C. No one treatment method seems to be most effective.

D. The 'Irrigation' method seems to be most effective.

E. The 'No Treatment' method seems to be most effective.

No Treatment Fertilizer Irrigation Fertilizer and Irrigation

1.14 0.84 0.08 0.89

0.56 0.77 0.54 1.59

0.64 0.48 0.13 1.19

0.08 0.54 0.85 1.59

1.37 1.06 0.98 1.22

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YOU ANSWERED: 1 2 3 4

A.

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