Question 1. 1. In confidence intervals, the width of the interval depends only on the variation within the data set. (Points : 1)

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Question 2. 2. Chi-square tests rarely have type I errors. (Points : 1)

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Question 3. 3. Confidence intervals provide an indication of how much variation exists in the data set. (Points : 1)

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Question 4. 4. The percent confidence interval is the range having the percent probability of containing the actual population parameter. (Points : 1)

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Question 5. 5. The goodness of fit test requires the expected distribution to be equally distributed across the categories. (Points : 1)

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Question 6. 6. The goodness of fit test determines if a data set distribution/shape matches a standard or hypothesized distribution. (Points : 1)

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Question 7. 7. While rejecting the null hypothesis for the goodness of fit test means distributions differ, rejecting the null for the test of independence means the variables interact. (Points : 1)

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Question 8. 8. The goodness of fit test null hypothesis states that the sample data does not match an expected distribution. (Points : 1)

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Question 9. 9. The Chi-square test results having expected values of less than 5 in a cell may produce a greater likelihood of having type I errors (wrongly rejecting the null hypothesis). (Points : 1)

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Question 10. 10. A confidence interval is generally created when statistical tests fail to reject the null hypothesis – that is, when results are not statistically significant. (Points : 1)

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### BUS 308 Week 4 Quiz 1

 1.The goodness of fit test null hypothesis states that the sample data does not match an expected distribution. (Points : 1)

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### bus 308 week 4 quiz

 1.The goodness of fit test null hypothesis states that the sample data does not match an expected distribution. (Points : 1)
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