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anonymous
 one year ago
A bank wonders whether omitting the annual credit card fee for customers who charge at least $2400 in a year would increase the amount charged on its credit card. The bank makes this offer to an SRS of 250 of its existing credit card customers. It then compares how much these customers charge this year with the amount that they charged last year. The mean increase is $342, and the standard deviation is $108.
(a) Is there significant evidence at the 1% level that the mean amount charged increases under the nofee offer? State Math Notationand Math Notation and carry out a ttest.
(b) Give a
anonymous
 one year ago
A bank wonders whether omitting the annual credit card fee for customers who charge at least $2400 in a year would increase the amount charged on its credit card. The bank makes this offer to an SRS of 250 of its existing credit card customers. It then compares how much these customers charge this year with the amount that they charged last year. The mean increase is $342, and the standard deviation is $108. (a) Is there significant evidence at the 1% level that the mean amount charged increases under the nofee offer? State Math Notationand Math Notation and carry out a ttest. (b) Give a

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