question 6
_____ are summary descriptors of variables of interest in the population.
Sample statistics
Population parameters
Systematic estimates
Standard errors
Standardized coefficients
Question 7
A lakefront resort is planning for its summer busy season. It wishes to estimate with 95% confidence the average number of nights each guest will stay in a consecutive visit. Using a sample of guests who stayed last year, the average number of nights per guest is calculated at 5 nights. The standard deviation of the sample is 1.5 nights. The size of the sample used is 120 guests and the resort desires a precision of plus or minus .5 nights. Within what range below can the resort expect with 95% confidence for the true population mean to fall?
3.12 to 6.88
3.35 to 6.65
2.42 to 7.58
4.10 to 5.50
4.65 to 6.65
Question 8
Consider the following hypothesis: there is no relationship between income and amount of money spent on food. If the hypothesis presented is tested using a .05 alpha level and the resulting p value is .01, which of the following interpretations of the results is most appropriate?
There is no relationship between income and food expenditures
There is a relationship between income and food expenditures
As income increases, food expenditures increase
As income decreases, the percentage of income spent on food increases
None of the above
Question 9
Maurice is beginning a new research project. As he begins the first phase of the process, Maurice will most likely begin by _____.
Conducting a literature search
Interviewing experts
Designing a survey
Preparing measurement questions
Brainstorming
Question 10
Which of the following questions is considered when determining investigative questions?
How can management eliminate negative symptoms?
What does the manager need to know to choose the best alternative from the available sources of action?
What is the recommended course of action?
What symptoms cause management concern?
What should be asked or observed to obtain the information the manager needs?
6. Here it is mentioned that variables of interest in the population
And as we known parameters are related to population and statistics are related to sample
Hence answer here is
Population parameters
question 6 _____ are summary descriptors of variables of interest in the population. Sample statistics...
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