- theopenstudyowl

I need some help with some Statistics calculator questions! Thankyou!

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- theopenstudyowl

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- Michele_Laino

I think it is 28.26 under the label "Coef"

- theopenstudyowl

cool!

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- Michele_Laino

here you have this function:
\[y = B + Ax\]

- theopenstudyowl

ok

- Michele_Laino

I say 28.3, which is the value of y when x=0

- theopenstudyowl

ok that make sense!

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- Michele_Laino

I think
y=28.26+0.486*x

- theopenstudyowl

ok cool!

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- Michele_Laino

I think it is the subsequent ratio:
\[\Large t = \frac{1}{{0.4865}}\]

- KyanTheDoodle

Why is the question post orange if you didn't summon me? This is weird O_O

- Michele_Laino

namely the last option

- KyanTheDoodle

OOOOOOOOOHHHHH it's probably because of the whole QH thing.

- theopenstudyowl

cool

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- theopenstudyowl

thnxs for explaining!

- Michele_Laino

I see from your table that the requested value of p is
p=0.168, under the label "p"

- Michele_Laino

at first row

- theopenstudyowl

ok cool sorry for the late reply

- theopenstudyowl

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- Michele_Laino

I think
p=0.045 at first row, and last column, or "p" column, second table

- theopenstudyowl

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- Michele_Laino

I think that we have to use:
30 -2 = 28 degrree of freedom, since we have two parameters, namelythe constants A and B which appears into this formula:
y = Ax+B

- Michele_Laino

sorry for my grammar errors

- theopenstudyowl

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- Michele_Laino

I think it is 19.96

- Michele_Laino

please wait

- Michele_Laino

it is 0.2316, since the slope is 0.4865

- theopenstudyowl

@Michele_Laino sorry for the lare reply, I am currently doing macro right now, here is ht enext question..

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- Michele_Laino

using the table of the "erf" function the requested value is: 1.96

- theopenstudyowl

ok one more

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- theopenstudyowl

ty

- Michele_Laino

here I use standard deviation = 0.2316
range of interval= 0.2316*1.96= 0.454
so my answer would be:
0.4865 +/- 0.454

- Michele_Laino

such answer is not an option of yours!

- Michele_Laino

try to ask to another QH

- theopenstudyowl

still thinking lol?

- Michele_Laino

@dan815 please help

- theopenstudyowl

ok, what is your answer?

- Michele_Laino

my answer is the first option, nevertheless I'm not able to justify it

- theopenstudyowl

MINE 2, just checked my work

- theopenstudyowl

@Michele_Laino can u answer some more???

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