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StatisticsQ&A LibraryFor each problem, write which test you used in your calculator, draw the graph, calculate p-value, and write your conclusion in a complete sentence. Types of Tests: 2 sample mean t, 2 sample mean z, 2 sample proportion z, difference between means t While attending many basketball games around the country, James notices that the heights of basketball players vary dramatically in different parts of the country. James decides to randomly select basketball players from two different states and record the heights of those players. James wants to take this information and determine if the players from Nebraska are taller on average than the players from New Jersey. The heights of the randomly selected players are shown in the table below. All heights are rounded to the nearest inch, both sets of data are approximately normal, and the population variances are not equal. Nebraska 72 73 70 78 69 75 75 76 71 73 79 81 73 70 75 76 71 72 65 New Jersey 70 72 71 71 73 75 76 74 72 72 70 67 76 73 71 70 74Start your trial now! First week only $4.99!*arrow_forward*

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For each problem, write which test you used in your calculator, draw the graph, calculate p-value, and write your conclusion in a complete sentence. Types of Tests: 2 sample mean t, 2 sample mean z, 2 sample proportion z, difference between means t While attending many basketball games around the country, James notices that the heights of basketball players vary dramatically in different parts of the country. James decides to randomly select basketball players from two different states and record the heights of those players. James wants to take this information and determine if the players from Nebraska are taller on average than the players from New Jersey. The heights of the randomly selected players are shown in the table below. All heights are rounded to the nearest inch, both sets of data are approximately normal, and the population variances are not equal. Nebraska 72 73 70 78 69 75 75 76 71 73 79 81 73 70 75 76 71 72 65 New Jersey 70 72 71 71 73 75 76 74 72 72 70 67 76 73 71 70 74

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