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28. The regression analysis below relates US annual energy consumption in trillions of BTUs to the independent variables "US Gross Domestic Product (GDP) in trillions of dollars" and "average gas mileage of all passenger cars in miles per gallon (mpg)." Which of the two independent variables is significant at the.
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23. A health administration recommends that individuals consume 950 mg of calcium daily. After an advertising campaign aimed at male teenagers, a dairy association stated that male teenagers consumre more than the recommended daily amount of calcium. To support this statement, the association obtained a random sample of 40 male.
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26,674 regular season professional football games have been played from 1940 through 2015. 118 of these games ended in a tie from 1940 through 1973. the National Football League (NFL) instituted overtime (OT) during the 1974 regular season. 527 regular season NFL games went into IT from 1974 through 2015..
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27. Magnaplex, Inc. has a complex manufacturing process, with three operations that are performed in series. Because of the nature of the process machines frequently fall out of adjustment and must be repaired. To keep the system going, t identical machines are used at each stage; thus, if one fails,.
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28. The variable that changes due to the manipulation of the independent variable is called the: (a) Explanatory variable (b) outcome variable (c) manipulated variable 29. A sample in which the respondents themselves decide whether to be included is called a: (a) Self-serving (b)voluntary response (c) selection (d)convenience 30. What.
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23{Exercise 13.31} The American Association of Individual Investors (AAII) On-Line Discount Broker Survey polls members on their experiences with electronic trades handled by discount brokers. As part of the survey, members were asked to rate their satisfaction with the trade price and the speed of execution, as well as provide.
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24. A psychologist investigates the hypothesis that birth order affects assertiveness. Her subjects are 20 young adults between 20 and 25 years of age. There are seven first-born, six second-born, and seven third born subjects. Each subject is given an assertiveness test, with the following results. High scores indicate greater.
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27) The accounting department analyzes the variance of the weekly unit costs reported by two production departments. A sample of 16 cost reports for each of the two departments shows cost variances of 2.3 and 5.4, respectively. Is this sample sufficient to conclude that the two production departments differ in.
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