6.JA Suppose Ho: p 0.45 is to be against H1: p > 0.45 at the a. = 0.14 level of significance, where P(ilh t.rial ends in success). If the sample size is 200, whal is the smallest number successes that will cause Ho to be rejected?
6.3.S. Recall the median test described in Example 5.3.2. Reformulate that analysis as a hypothesis tesl rather than a confidence interval. What P-val ue is oci.ated with the outcomes listed in Table 5.3.31
6..3.6. Among the early attempts to validate the postponement theory introduced in Case Study 6.3.2 was an examination of the birth dates and death dates of 348 U.S. celebrities (139). It was found that 16 of those individuals had died in the month preceding their birth mon t h. Set up and test the Ho against a one-sided H1. Use rhe 0.05 level of significance.
6.3.7. What a levels are possible with a decision rule of the form "Reject Ho if k "::'.'.. k*" when Ho: p = 0.5 is to be tested against p > 0.5 a random sample of size n = 7?
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