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E270Lastname Firstname HW4 Questions 1-4 are based on the following "POPULATION" data (N = 72):

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157 If sampling is done without replacement, the number of possible samples of size n = 6 from the above

population is __________

145,488,464

148,426,963

156,238,908

168,988,003

A random sample of size n = 6 is selected. The data in the highlighted cells above are shown below.

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d The mean of this sample is:

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d The variance of this sample is:

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d For the sample means computed from the number of random samples determined in question 1, the

expected value or mean of sample means is ______.

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192.25

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201.85 3 4 201.84722 Questions 5-9 are based on the following:

The mean cost of getting a four-year college degree in a certain region of the country is $47,800 with a

standard deviation of $7,900. Assume costs are normally distributed.

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The fraction of costs in this region that fall within ±$4,000 of the mean cost is?

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0.4884

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0.4248

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d What fraction of sample means from samples of size n = 16 graduates fall within ±$4,000 from the

population mean?

0.9091

0.9286

0.9576

0.9785 7

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b

c

d In repeated sampling of n = 25 graduates, the interval which contains the middle 95% of sample mean

costs is: xx ? = ______, xx ? = ______

$45,778 $49,822

$45,209 $50,391

$44,703 $50,897

$44,119 $51,481 a

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d In another region 5% of the xx values from samples of size n = 25 are under $50,600 and 5% are over

$62,600. From this sampling distribution information we can conclude that the population mean cost

of a four-year college degree is ? = _______.

$57,600

$56,600

$53,000

$52,500 a

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d In the previous question, the population standard deviation is ? = ______.

$18,293

$17,244

$16,718

$15,929 8 9 Questions 10-13 are based on the following:

The mean annual Medicare spending per enrollee is $12,600 with a standard deviation of $3,460. Answer

questions 10-13 based on the sampling distribution of xx for random samples of size n = 80 enrollees.

10 The fraction of sample means falling within ±$700 from the population mean is ______.

a

0.8604

b

0.8898

c

0.9014

d

0.9298

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b

c

d 95% of all xx values from samples of size n = 80 deviate from the population mean of $12,600 by no

more than ±$______.

$898

$758

$662

$539 12

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b

c

d

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d In repeated sampling of n = 80 enrollees, the middle interval which includes the middle 95% of

sample mean spending is: xx ? = ______, xx ? = ______

$11,405 $13,795

$11,842 $13,358

$12,076 $13,124

$12,189 $13,011

In the previous question, to reduce the margin of error such that the middle 95% of all sample means

deviate from the population mean by no more than ±$200, the minimum sample size is ______.

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The following binary data represent the students taking E270, where "1" is for students who are

business majors and "0" for other majors.

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0 If we take repeated samples of size n = 40 from this population of E270 students, the expected value of

sample proportions would be ______. a

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d Use Excel formulas!!

0.665

0.684

0.725

0.798 Questions 15-17 are based on the following information

Among all adult Indiana residents 83% are high school graduates. Answer questions 15-17 based on the

sampling distribution of px for random samples of size n Indiana residents.

15 The fraction of sample proportions obtained from samples of size n = 450 that fall within ±0.04 (4

percentage points) from the population proportion ? is _________.

a

0.9476

b

0.9762

c

0.9892

d

0.9938

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b

c

d

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b

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d The lower and upper ends of the interval which contains the middle 95% of all sample proportion

obtained from samples of size n = 900 are: px ? = _______, px ? = _______

0.805

0.855

0.795

0.865

0.788

0.872

0.779

0.881

In the previous question, in order to obtain a margin of error of ±0.02 (MOE = 0.02) for the middle

interval that contains the middle 95% of all sample proportions, the minimum sample is: n = ______.

1225

1298

1356

1422 Questions 18-20 are based on the following information

Just before a mayoral election a local newspaper polls 400 voters in an attempt to predict the winner.

Suppose that the candidate Johnny Comlately has 47% of the votes in a two-way race.

18 What is the probability that the newspaper?s sample will predict Johnny Comlately winning the

election?

a

0.1151

b

0.1362

c

0.1539

d

0.1665

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b In repeated polling of n = 400 voters, 95% of sample proportions would deviate from ? = 0.47, in

either direction, by no more than ______ (or _____ percentage points).

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In order to make the probability of wrongly predicting victory at most 5%, the minimum number of

voters to be included in the sample should be n = ______?

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