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anonymous
 one year ago
1. Someone claims that firstyear students in New Jersey public universities are as tall on average as firstyear students in Pennsylvania public universities. To test that claim, you collect samples of 100 students from each of the two states and obtain the following results: The mean height for New Jersey students is 65 inches and the mean height for Pennsylvania students is 64 inches. Assume that population standard deviations are known and are 8 inches for both New Jersey and Pennsylvania. Using a significance level of 0.05, what is/are the critical value(s)?
anonymous
 one year ago
1. Someone claims that firstyear students in New Jersey public universities are as tall on average as firstyear students in Pennsylvania public universities. To test that claim, you collect samples of 100 students from each of the two states and obtain the following results: The mean height for New Jersey students is 65 inches and the mean height for Pennsylvania students is 64 inches. Assume that population standard deviations are known and are 8 inches for both New Jersey and Pennsylvania. Using a significance level of 0.05, what is/are the critical value(s)?

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