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1. Goodness of Fit.Irradiation is a controversial method for preserving meat.The data below shows two distributions describing attitudes toward the irradiation of red meat: In Favor Not in Favor No Opinion Men 61% 21% 18% Women 44% 27% 29% You work for a meat packing plant and want to test the distribution describing men‚s attitudes.To test the distribution, you randomly select 300 men and ask.Te results are shown below: Men‚s Survey Results, n = 300, ¯¡ = 0.05 For Irradiation 168 Against Irradiation 71 No Opinion 61 At Ž± = 0.05, test the claimed distribution. 2.Contingency Table:The following table, 2 X 5, shows the results of a random sample of 550 company CEOs classified by size of the company and age of the CEO: Age of CEO Company Size 39 and Under 40 - 49 50 - 59 60 - 69 70 and Over Total Small/Midsize Erc 42 25.64 69 47.45 108 105.27 60 98.18 21 23.45 300 Large Erc 5 21.366 18 39.55 85 87.73 120 81.82 22 19.55 250 Total 47 87 193 180 43 550 At ¯¡ = 0.01, can you conclude that the CEOs ages are related to company sizes? 3.Non-parametric Testing:Sunspots and Super Bowl Points.For a recent series of 10 years, the Sunspot numbers and the total points scored in the Super Bowl were obtained.The table below lists the ranks of each set of values.Test for a correlation between Sunspot number and Super Bowl points.Does the result agree with what might be expected?At ¯¡ = 0.05 Sunspot Number 10 8 5 4 2 1 3 6 7 9 Super Bowl Points 8 9 3 10 4 7 6 5 1 2 4.A cigarette company claimed that its cigarettes contain at most 40 mg of nicotine.Ten randomly selected cigarettes were tested.Use the significance level of ¯¡ = 0.01, test the hypothesis that ¯­ > 40 mg. Data:47.3, 39.3, 40.3, 38.3, 46.3, 43.3, 42.3, 49.3, 40.3, 46.3.

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