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No Erasures Allowed.

1. The alternative hypothesis is the one that we hold true until it can be proven false.

A. True

B. False

2. The probability of committing a type I error is .

A. True

B. False

3. A type II error is the error that is committed if the null hypothesis is rejected when in fact it is true.

A. True

B. False

4. The probability of rejecting the null hypothesis when the null hypothesis is false is called the power of the test.

A. True

B. False

5. The power of a test is computed as 1 - .

A. True

B. False

6. When the null hypothesis is not rejected, then we can assume that the null hypothesis is certainly true.

A. True

B. False

7. A two-tailed hypothesis test is always more powerful than a one-tailed test.

A. True

B. False

8. In stating the null and alternative hypotheses, the equal sign is always placed in the null hypothesis.

A. True

B. False

9. The p-value of a hypothesis test is always less than alpha.

A. True

B. False

10. Increasing the sample size will increase the power of a test.

A. True

B. False

11. The p-value is the chance that you are taking of making a type I error.

A. True

B. False

12. The level is the chance that you are willing to take of making a type I error.

A. True

B. False

13. One minus the p-value is the chance that you are taking of making a type I error.

A. True

B. False

Multiple Choice Questions: Write only the letter of your correct answer on a separate sheet of paper as provided:

Strictly No Erasures Allowed.

14. An advertiser is believed to exaggerate claims about a company's product, (high performance, larger measurable

average). An agency wants to prove that this advertiser's claims are exaggerated. There are data available. The

correct hypothesis test will be:

A) two-tailed test

B) right-hand tailed test

C) left-hand tailed test

D) none of the above

15. When conducting a test about the population mean with sample size 15, using sample mean and sample standard

deviation, the test statistic is:

A) z-value

B) t-value with df = n.

C) t-value with df = n + 1.

D) t-value with df = n - 1.

E) none of the above

16. If I want to test the null hypothesis that the mean is 100 versus the alternative that it is greater than 100, and I get a

sample mean of 90, which is true?

A) I cannot say anything, I need to know the standard deviation and the sample size.

B) Always reject the null hypothesis.

C) Never reject the null hypothesis.

D) Reject the null if n > 30, otherwise fail to reject.

E) None of the above.

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B) A decrease in the probability of type I error to occur.

C) No change in any of the type I or type II error.

D) A decrease in the probability of type I error to occur and an increase in the probability of type II to occur.

E) None of the above.

If = .01 for a two-tailed hypothesis test using the z test, the critical values are:

A) 1.90

B) 1.96

C) 2.00

D) 2.33

E) 2.58

In a left-hand tailed test for the population proportion, p, carried out at = 0.05, using a large sample, the critical

point is:

A) -1.645

B) -1.96

C) -2.575

D) 1.96

E) 1.645

If = 0.01 for a one-tailed test, how large is the area of rejection?

A) 0.05

B) 0.025

C) 0.01

D) 0.005

E) None of the above

I would like to test the null hypothesis that the population mean is 50 versus the alternative that it is not 50. My

sample size is 6, and the sample mean is 38 with sample standard deviation of 16. At = 0.05, I should:

A) strongly reject the null hypothesis

B) mildly reject the null hypothesis

C) fail to reject the null hypothesis

D) accept the alternative hypothesis

E) there is insufficient information to determine

The proportion of defective items is not allowed to be over 15%. A buyer wants to test whether the proportion of

defectives exceeds the allowable limit. The buyer takes a random sample of 100 items and finds that 19 are

defective. State the null and alternative hypotheses for this test.

A) H0: p .15, H1: p > .15

B) H0: p < .15, H1: p > .15

C) H0: p = .15, H1: p * .15

D) H0: p < .15, H1: p > .15

E) none of the above

The average income in a certain area is assumed to be approximately P25,000. A sample of size n = 36 gives a

mean of P22,000 and a sample standard deviation of P7,000. State the null and alternative hypotheses used to test

whether the average income of this area is as assumed.

A) H0: < 25,000, H1: 25,000

B) H0: = 22,000, H1: 22,000

C) H0: 25,000, H1: > 25,000

D) H0: 22,000, H1: < 22,000

E) H0: = 25,000, H1: 25,000

If you want to carry out a statistical test at = 0.01, to test whether the population mean is equal to 500 or not,

using a sample size of 300, with a test statistic of z = 1.97, your conclusion should be:

A) do not reject the null hypothesis

B) reject the null hypothesis

C) not enough information to determine

D) only reject when the test statistic is negative

E) none of the above

Conduct a test to determine whether or not the population proportion of voters in favor of proposal A is greater

than 50%. In a random sample of 200 voters, 140 said that they were in favor of this proposal. Compute the test

statistic.

A) z = 6.17

B) z = 19.80

C) z = 5.66

D) z = 7.07

E) none of the above

To test whether or not the population mean is at least 25, the test should be:

A) left-hand tailed test

B) right-hand tailed test

C) two-tailed test

27. I want to conduct a statistical test of whether or not the population mean is 50. My sample mean is 48, my sample

standard deviation is 5, and my sample size is 100. The result is:

A) not significant

B) significant

C) very significant

D) can't tell

28. I want to conduct a statistical test of whether or not the population mean is 70. My sample mean is 71, my sample

standard deviation is 5, and my sample size is 100. The result is:

A) not significant

B) significant

C) very significant

D) can't tell

29. I want to conduct a statistical test of whether or not the population mean is 150. My sample mean is 145, my

sample standard deviation is 56, and my sample size is 100. The result is:

A) not significant

B) significant

C) very significant

D) can't tell

30. I want to conduct a statistical test of whether or not the population mean is 250. My sample mean is 262, my

sample standard deviation is 5, and my sample size is 100. The result is:

A) accept the null hypothesis

B) reject the null hypothesis

C) strongly reject the null hypothesis

D) can't tell

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