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1.There are 25 students who started computer programming in elementary school and 25 students who started computer programming in middle school. The first group had a mean final project grade of 95% and the second group had a mean final project grade of 92%.

The line plot shows the differences after 10 rerandomizations. Determine whether the difference in the means of the two groups is significant based on the line plot. Explain your answer.

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this is the image of the line graph

UWUxONIxSAN Feb 19, 2019

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answer: The difference in the means of the two groups is significantly based on the line plot.

Explain:

Given that n1 = 25 and n2 =25 which are the students who started computer programming in elementary and middle school respectively.

Let x bar represent an average for elementary and y bar for middle school.

H0: x bar = y bar

Ha: x bar does not equal y bar

(Two-tailed test)

The line plot gives the differences in sample size 10

Let d = difference = |x bar-y bar|

Then

Total

d 1 2 3 4

Freq 1 2 4 3 10

d*f 1 4 12 12 29

d^2 *f 1 8 36 48 93

Mean d 2.9

Var d 0.89

Std dev d 0.943398113

Std error d 0.314466038

Test statistic 9.221981556

df 9

p <0.0001

Since p < 0.05, at the 95% level, we conclude that there is a significant difference between the two means.

bigbrotheprodude Feb 20, 2019