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Maria Zavala Tiffany Hilton Math 1040 Project part 5-6

Supposed that an exhale data found that in a random sample (base on the given data); we found that 18 were female and 16 male. Use a 0.05 significant level to test that the claim is 55% of the exhale data are females. n = 34 x = 18 = 0.05 CI = 0.55

Z=

Z=

= - 0.25

Z = - 0.25

Step 4:
I used my TI- 84 calculator to obtain the p value Stat > test> prop Z-test> enter P- value p = 0.81

Step 1:
p: the true proportion of exhale data that answer are female. Ho: p = 0.55 H1: p 0.55 np = 34(0.55) = 18.7 nq = 34(0.45 0 = 15.3 Claim

Step 5:
p-value 0.81 > 0.05 FAIL TO REJECT Ho

Step 6:
There is insufficient evidence to reject the claim that 55% of exhale data are females. Type 1 error: conclude that the proportion is not 0.55 when it really is 0.55.

Step 2:

two tailed

= 0.05 /2 = 0.025 Z0.025b = 1.96

Step 3:
n = 34 = = 0.529

p = 0.55 q = 0.45

A cluster sample of 30 height/inches of exhale data is obtained and the sample mean is 63.2 inches. The sample standard deviation is 6.29 inches. Use a 0.05 significance level to test the claim that the mean of height /inches is equal to 61.1 inches, as is commonly believed. n= 30 = .2 =0.05 s= 6.29 = 61.1 Cluster sample Normal n 0

Step 5
p-value method > 0.778 > 0.05 FAIL TO REJECT H0

Confidence Interval Method:

T
95% 63.2 2.045 (1.148391629) = 2.34 90% 63.2 1.701 (1.148391629) = 1.95

Step 1:
H0: = 61.1 claim H1: 61.1

95%

63.2 2.34

(60.86, 65.54) (61.25, 65.15)

90% 63.2 1.95


FAIL TO REJECT H0

Step 2:
C.V: two tailed C.V: 2.045 df = 30-1 = 29

Step 6:
There is insufficient evidence to reject the claim that mean height/inches of the exhale data is 61.1 inches.

Type 1 error: conclude that the mean is not 61.1 when it really is 61.1

Step 3:

T=

T=

=1.83

T = 1.83
Step 4
I used my TI- 84 calculator to obtain the p value Stat > test > t-test> enter p - value p = 0.0778

In the last part of our project (exhale data), we were assigned to create a hypothesis test for proportion and mean, by using the data from part 1-2 or 3-4 of the project. I decide to use random sample from part two of my project to compute proportion, and cluster from part three to compute mean. My random sample was 34 for proportion; with my cluster sample I had 30. By doing the hypothesis test I got the same results in both samples. My samples fail to reject the claim; I used a two tails saying that my claim was equal for both samples. With my proportion I claim that 55% of my population was female and for my mean I used 61.1 inches to claim height/inches. The claim plays an important role in the hypothesis as it is the one that determines if there is sufficient or insufficient evidence to support or reject it.