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The American Medical Association (AMA) wishes to determine the percentage of obstetricians who are considering leaving the profession because of the rapidly increasing number of lawsuits against obstetricians. How large a sample should be taken to find the answer to within ±3% at the 95% Confidence level?
A) 6 B) 33 C) 534 D) 752 E) 1068
Suppose you did 10 independent tests of the form vs , each at the significance level. What is the probability of committing a Type I error and incorrectly rejecting a true with at least one of the 10 tests?
A) .05 B) .40 C) .50 D) .60 E) .95
Which of the following can affect the value of the correlation r?
There are two games involving flipping a coin. In the first game you win a prize if you can throw between 45% and 5% heads. In the second game you win if you can throw more than 80% heads. For each game would you rather flip the coin 30 times or 300 times?
Which among the following would result in the narrowest confidence interval?
Changing from a 90% confidence interval estimate for a population proportion to a 99% confidence interval estimate, with all other things being equal,
A population is normally distributed with mean 25. Consider all samples of size 10. The variable