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A sociologist has been hired to assess the effectiveness of a rehabilitation program for alcoholics in her city. The program serves a large area, and she does not have the resources to test every single client. Instead, she draws a random sample of 127 people from the list of all clients and questions them on a variety of issues. She notices that, on the average, the people in her sample miss fewer days of work each year than the city as a whole. Are alcoholics treated by the program more reliable than workers in general?
0.4 absenteeism and that
Remember that this is the distribution of s. From sample to sample measured values deviate. Also remember that the deviation is
This decision-making process begins with the assumption that explanation B is correct. Symbolically, the assumption that the mean absentee rate for all treated alcoholics is the same as the rate for the community as a whole can be stated as