# [ Choose ] One-sample t-test, Two-sample correlation test, One-sample p-test, Two-sample t-test, One-sample z-test for a population proportion A…

Question Answered step-by-step  [ Choose ] One-sample t-test, Two-sample correlation test, One-samplep-test, Two-sample t-test, One-sample z-test for a population proportion A running shoe company claims their shoe will withstand an average lifetime distance of 600 miles. They also claim that their superior manufacturing only produces 1% of shoes with some kind of defect. A quality control manager decides to randomly sample 200 shoes produced by this manufacturer. Whether or not the shoe had a defect was recorded for all 200 shoes selected. Which test would be able to provide an answer to the question if more than 1% of shoes produced by this manufacturer have some kind of defect?  [ Choose ] One-sample t-test, Two-sample correlation test, One-sample p-test, Two-sample t-test, One-sample z-test for a population proportion Learning Success Center is conducting an experiment to determine whether intensive tutoring (covering a great deal of material in a fixed amount of time) is more effective than paced tutoring (covering less material in the same amount of time). Students enrolling in the tutoring program were randomly assigned to one of two types of tutoring services in the first 5 weeks of the term. Exams covering a portion of the material taught was given to all students and the average exam score was compared between both groups. What test should be used to determine if there is a significant difference in the mean exam scores between the two types of tutoring?  [ Choose ] One-sample t-test, Two-sample correlation test, One-sample p-test, Two-sample t-test, One-sample z-test for a population proportion The Super Yummy Candy Company boasts that they pay their employees much better than the leading competitor and, therefore, has been able to keep employees longer. A random sample of 85 employees was selected and it was found the average number of years employed at the company was 12.5, with a standard deviation of 2.7. What test could be used to determine if the true mean number of years of employment for workers of the company is greater than 10.7, which is the mean for their leading competitor?   Math ST 351

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