A test comparing the detectability of two hues of stoplights under simulated fog conditions found…
A test comparing the detectability of two hues of stoplights under simulated fog conditions found that the relative frequencies of detection for red and yellow lights were p1 = Option. 56 and p2 = Option. 62, respectively Option. The participants were randomly assigned to view one or the other condition: 321 viewed the red light, and 315 viewed the yellow light Option. a Option. Test the hypothesis H0: p1 = p2 Option. Let = Option. 05 Option. b Option. Determine the p value of the z statistic using Appendix Table D Option. 2 Option. c Option. Compute a 100(1 Option. 01) % = 95% confidence interval for p1 – p2 Option. Locate the confidence interval on the real number line Option. d Option. Is the confidence interval consistent with the null hypothesis significance test? Solve Why? Solve May 17 2022 10:51 AM
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