1. What is the critical value for this 95% confidence interval? CV = z.025 = invnorm(0.025) = 1.96


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1 1 Final Review 2 Review 2.1 CI 1propZint Scenario 1 A TV manufacturer claims in its warranty brochure that in the past not more than 10 percent of its TV sets needed any repair during the first two years of operation. To test the validity of this claim, a government testing agency selected a random sample of 100 sets and found that 14 sets required some repair within the first two years of operation. 1. What is the critical value for this 95% confidence interval? CV = z.025 = invnorm(0.025) = What is the standard error of this confidence interval? ˆp(1 ˆp).14(1.14) SE = = = n What is the margin of error? ME = CV SE = = Set up a 95% confidence interval estimate of the population proportion of TV sets that need repair in the first two years of operation? ( , ) 5. What conclusion can we draw from this confidence interval? Since 0.1 is within the confidence interval, we can conclude that the company s brochure is correct. 6. Interpret the 95% confidence interval. We are 95% confident that the true population proportion is between 8 and 21 percent. 7. What sample size should be taken if the agency wants 95% confidence when the margin of error is 0.05? n = ( CV ME )2 (ˆp(1 ˆp)) = ( )2 (.14(1.14) =
2 2.2 CI 2independent samples Scenario 2 The purchasing director for an industrial factory is investigating the possibility of purchasing a new milling machine. She determines that the new machine will be purchased if there is evidence that the parts produced a higher breaking strength than those from the old machine. The sample standard deviation of the breaking strength for the old machine is 10 kilograms and for the new machine is 9 kilograms. A sample of 25 parts taken from the old machine indicated a sample mean of 65 kilograms, whereas a similar sample of 25 from the new machine indicated a sample mean of 72 kilograms. 1. What are the degrees of freedom? DF = n 1 + n 2 2 = = What is the critical value for this 95% confidence interval? CV = t 0.025,48 = invt (.025, 48) = ± What is the standard error of this confidence interval? Since ME = CV SE, we can solve for SE = ME = 5.41 = CV What is the margin of error? ME = = Set up a 95% confidence interval of the population difference between the two means? (12.41, ) 6. What conclusion can we draw from this confidence interval? Since zero is not within the interval, we can conclude that the new machine has a higher breaking strength than the old machine. The purchasing director should purchase the new machine. 7. Interpret the 95% confidence interval. We are 95% confident that the true mean difference is between and
3 2.3 CI 1 sample T Scenario 3 Suppose an independent testing agency has been contracted to determine whether the contracting company should use a gasoline additive to increase gasoline mileage of its vehicles. The current gasoline mileage for it vehicles is 18.5 mpg. A random sample of 30 vehicles from the company s fleet produced a sample average of mpg and a sample standard deviation of 5.2 mpg. 1. What are the degrees of freedom? DF = n 1 = 30 1 = What is the critical value for this 95% confidence interval? CV = t.025,29 = invt (.025, 29) = ± What is the standard error of this confidence interval? SE = = What is the margin of error? ME = CV SE = = Set up a 95% confidence interval of the population average of the of MPG with gasoline additive? (17.398, ) 6. What conclusion can we draw from this confidence interval? The MPG does not significantly change when the additive was placed in the gasoline. 7. Interpret the 95% confidence interval. We are 95% confident that the true mean is between 17.4 and What sample size should be taken if the agency wants 95% confidence when the margin of error is 1.5? CV SD n = ( ME )2 = ( ) 2 =
4 2.4 CI paired t Scenario 4 Suppose a shoe company wants to test material for the soles of shoes. For each pair of shoes the new material is placed on one shoe and the old material is placed on the other shoe. After a given period of time a random sample of 10 pairs of shoes is selected. The wear is measured on a 10 point scale (higher is better) with the following results. The average of the differences is 0.3 and it standard deviation is What are the degrees of freedom? DF = n 1 = 10 1 = 9 2. What is the critical value for this 95% confidence interval? CV = t.025,9 = invt (.025, 9) = ± What is the standard error of this confidence interval? SE = SD n = = What is the margin of error? ME = CV SE = = Set up a 95% confidence interval of the population difference of paired observations of shoe soles? (0.964, 1.564) 6. What conclusion can we draw from this confidence interval? Since zero is within the confidence interval, we can conclude that there is no difference between the new material and the old material. 7. Interpret the 95% confidence interval. We are 95% confident that the true average difference is between 0.9 and What sample size should be taken if the agency wants 95% confidence when the margin of error is 0.6? CV SD n = ( ME )2 = ( ) 2 =
5 2.5 hypotheses test 1propZint Scenario 1 A TV manufacturer claims in its warranty brochure that in the past not more than 10 percent of its TV sets needed any repair during the first two years of operation. To test the validity of this claim, a government testing agency selected a random sample of 100 sets and found that 14 sets required some repair within the first two years of operation. The company uses a 5% level of significance. 1. How many tails have for this test? onetailed which is uppertail 2. What are the hypotheses? H 0 : p 0.1 vs. H 1 : p > What is the standard error of the proportion? p(1 p).1(1.1) SE = = = 0.03 n What is the test statistic? z = What is the pvalue? pvalue = ; do not reject H 0 6. What conclusion can we draw from this test? There is no evidence to reject the company s claim. 7. What is the critical value? z.05 = invnorm(.05) =
6 2.6 hypotheses test 2independent samples Scenario 2 The purchasing director for an industrial factory is investigating the possibility of purchasing a new milling machine. She determines that the new machine will be purchased if there is evidence that the parts produced a higher breaking strength than those from the old machine. The sample standard deviation of the breaking strength for the old machine is 10 kilograms and for the new machine is 9 kilograms. A sample of 25 parts taken from the old machine indicated a sample mean of 65 kilograms, whereas a similar sample of 25 from the new machine indicated a sample mean of 72 kilograms. The director uses a 5% level of significance. 1. How many tails have for this test? one tailed test 2. What are the hypotheses? H 0 : µ o µ n vs. H 1 : µ o < µ n 3. What is the test statistic? t = What are the degrees of freedom? DF = n 1 + n 2 2 = = What is the pvalue? pvalue = Should you reject the null hypothesis (decision)? Yes 7. What conclusion can we draw from this test? There is evidence that the mean breaking strength of the new machine greater than the old machine. 8. What is the critical value? CV = t.05,48 = invt (.05, 48) =
7 2.7 Hypotheses testing 1 sample T Scenario 3 Suppose an independent testing agency has been contracted to determine whether the contracting company should use a gasoline additive. The current gasoline mileage for it vehicles is 18.5 mpg. A random sample of 30 vehicles from the company s fleet produced a sample average of mpg and a sample standard deviation of 5.2 mpg. Is there evidence that putting an additive into the gasoline of the company vehicles will improve the performance (i.e., MPG) of the company vehicles. The company uses a 5% level of significance. 1. How many tails have for this test? upper onetailed test 2. What are the hypotheses? H 0 : µ 18.5 vs. H 1 : µ > What is the test statistic? t = What are the degrees of freedom? DF = n 1 = 30 1 = What is the pvalue? pvalue = Should you reject the null hypothesis (decision)? Do not reject H 0 7. What conclusion can we draw from this test? There is no evidence that the additive actual improved gasoline mileage. 8. What is the critical value? CV = t.05,29 = invt (.95, 29) =
8 2.8 Hypotheses test paired t Scenario 4 Suppose a shoe company wants to test material for the soles of shoes. For each pair of shoes the new material is placed on one shoe and the old material is placed on the other shoe. After a given period of time a random sample of 10 pairs of shoes is selected. The wear is measured on a 10 point scale (higher is better) with the following results. The average of the differences is 0.3 and it standard deviation is Is there evidence the new sole material is different from the current sole material? 1. How many tails have for this test? This is a twotailed test. 2. What are the hypotheses? H 0 : µ d = 0 vs. H 1 : µ d 0 3. What is the test statistic? t = What are the degrees of freedom? DF = n 1 = 10 1 = 9 5. What is the pvalue? pvalue = Should you reject the null hypothesis (decision)? Do not reject H 0 7. What conclusion can we draw from this test? There is no evidence that the new sole material is different from the current sole material. 8. What is the critical value? CV = t.025,9 = invt (.025, 9) = ±
9 2.9 χ 2 test Scenario 5 Suppose the head of the HR division of a midsized company wants to determine if she should let Red Cross have a give blood day in the company cafeteria. She take a random sample of size 49. The follow contingency table is constructed. Blood Donor Status Yes No Total Men Women Total What are the hypotheses? H 0 : p y = p n vs. H 1 : p y p n 2. What is the test statistic? χ 2 = What are the degrees of freedom? DF = (#r 1)(#c 1) = (2 1)(2 1) = 1 4. What is the pvalue? pvalue = Should you reject the null hypothesis (decision)? Is pvalue < α? No; do not reject H 0 6. What conclusion can we draw from this test? There is evidence that status and gender are independent. 7. What is the expected value for cell row 2 column 2? E 2,2 =
10 2.10 SLR Scenario 6 A statistician for an American automobile manufacturer would like to develop a statistical model for predicting delivery time (the days between initiating the order to the actual delivery of the new car) of customordered new automobile. The statistician believes there is a linear relationship between the number of options ordered on a car and the delivery time. A random sample of 16 cars is selected with the following results. Options Ordered vs Delivery Time Regression Statistics Multiple R R square Adj R sq Standard error Observations 16 Delivery Time Residuals Residuals vs Fitted Options Ordered Fitted values lm(time ~ Options) ANOVA df SS MS F Significance F Regression Residual Total Coefficients Coefficient Std error t Stat pvalue Low 95% Up 95% intercept optionsordered Identify which variable is the X, independent, or explanatory variable. Options is the independent variable. 2. Identify which variable is the Y, dependent, or response variable. Time is the dependent variable. 3. Describe the pattern of points as they appear on the graph. As options increases, time increases. 4. What kind of relationship do you see? The relationship is positive and linear. 10
11 5. Are there any outliers? There are no apparent outliers. 6. Describe the strength and direction of the correlation. The strength of the correlation is strong (r =.98) and the direction is positive. 7. Compare this relationship with the pattern of points on the scatter diagram between the two variables. They are in agreement. 8. Write the specific estimated regression equation for this problem. time = b 0 + b 1 (options) = options 9. Using the estimated regression equation predict the average delivery time for the average car with 16 options ordered. time = = Is the previous prediction extrapolation? No, since the minimum options is 3 and the maximum options is Interpret the slope estimate, that is, explain what is means in terms of this problem. As options increases by one, time increases by 2.07 days (i.e., value of the slope). 12. Determine the coefficient of determination or how much variation in delivery time is accounted for by this regression model? Express your answer as a percent. What measure did you use to answer this question? Coefficient of determination = r 2 = 95.75%. 13. What is the standard error of the estimated regression line? Include the unit of measurement in your answer. s = days. 14. Using a 5% level of significance, is there evidence of a linear relationship between delivery time and options ordered? Be sure to state the hypotheses, test statistic, pvalue, and the conclusion. H 0 : β = 0 vs. H 1 : β 0 t = pvalue = 0 There is evidence that the slope is not zero. 11
12 15. Give a 95% confidence interval for the true (i.e., population) slope. (1.819, ) is a 95% confidence interval. 16. If the original correlation coefficient between these two variables were not known, how could it be calculated using the statistics in the regression output? How do you determine the sign of the correlation coefficient? r = r 2. The sign of r is determined by the sign of the slope. 17. Describe what you see on the residual plot. There appears to be a slight pattern. 18. For the data set, look at the 9 th pair of observations (Options, Time) or (12, 44). Calculate the residual, i.e., e i = Y i Ŷi. e 9 = 44 ( ) = = Is the model a good fit for the data? Be sure to state your decision and give the reasons that support your decision. Consider the following: r 2 =.9785 s = days Rejected H 0 of the slope. Review the scatter plot 12
13 2.11 MLR Scenario 7 Suppose a consumer organization wanted to develop a model to predict gasoline mileage as measured by miles per gallon (MPG) based on the horsepower of the car s engine and the weight of the car. A sample of 50 recent car models was selected, with the results summarized below. Regression Statistics Multiple R R square Adj R sq Standard error Observations 50 Correlation Coefficient MPG HP WT MPG 1 HP WT Descriptive Statistics MPG Horsepower Weight Mean Std Err Std Dev Variance Minimum Maximum Sum Count Min  Max xvariable Min Max HP WT ANOVA df SS MS F Significance F Regression Residual Total Coefficients Coefficient Std error t Stat pvalue Low 95% Up 95% intercept Horsepower Weight Identify which variables are the X, independent, or explanatory variables. Horsepower (HP) and weight (WT) are the explanatory variables. 2. Identify which variable is the Y, dependent, or response variable. Miles per gallon (MPG) is the response variable. 13
14 3. Describe the strength and direction of the correlation. Correlation coefficient between MPG and HP is Correlation coefficient between MPG and WT is Correlation coefficient between WT and HP is Write the specific estimated regression equation for this problem. MP G = HP W T 5. Using the estimated regression equation predict the average MPG for a car that has 60 HP and weighs 2000 lbs. MP G = = 37.3mpg 6. Is the previous prediction extrapolation? No; since HP = 60 is between 48 and 165 and WT = 2000 is between 1755 and Interpret the slope estimate, that is, explain what is means in terms of this problem. Holding WT constant, as HP increasing be one, MPG decreases by Holding HP constant, as WT increasing be one, MPG decreases by Determine the coefficient of multiple determination or how much variation in MPG is accounted for by this regression model? Express your answer as a percent. What measure did you use to answer this question? r 2 = 74.9% 9. What is the standard error of the estimated regression line? Include the unit of measurement in your answer. s = mpg. 10. Using a 5% level of significance, is there evidence of a linear relationship between MPG and the explanatory variables? Be sure to state the hypotheses, test statistic, pvalue, and the conclusion. H 0 : β 1 = β 2 = 0 vs. H 1 : at least one β i 0 where i = (1, 2) 11. Give a 95% confidence interval for the true (i.e., population) slope of MPG and HP. A 95% confidence interval for MPG and HP is (.1832, ). 14
15 12. For the data set, look at the 1 st set of observations (MPG, HP, WT) or (43.1, 48, 1985). Calculate the residual, i.e., e i = Y i Ŷi. e 1 = 43.1 ( ) = = Is the model a good fit for the data? Be sure to state your decision and give the reasons that support your decision. r 2 =.7494 s = Rejected H 0 Questions Questions? 15
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