According to a study by the American Pet Food Dealers Association, 63 percent of U.S. households own pets.
According to a study by the American Pet Food Dealers Association, 63 percent of U.S. households own pets. A report is being prepared for an editorial in the San Francisco Chronicle. As a part of the editorial a random sample of 300 households showed 210 own pets. Does this data disagree with the Pet Food Dealers Association data? Use a .05 level of significance. Discuss how you arrived at the results. If the difference is significant offer an explanation that might explain the difference between people in San Francisco and the nation as a whole.
How might using the probability concepts we developed in the last two weeks and confidence intervals developed from this week help us appreciate the truth in the Bible and explain it to others (one possible approach what is the probability that one man would meet all the prophecies in the Old Testament to be the Messiah and how confident would you be if one did that he was the Messiah?)
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There is a general agreement that the two statistical investigations are highly correlated and can be validated. For a level of significance of 0.05, which is 5%, there is a slight mismatch of the two results. Statistically, showing a small error for the small sample…………………….