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Inference of Correlation Example.pdf

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Department
Statistics
Course
STAT 2000
Professor
Zenaida Mateo
Semester
Summer

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6 Inference for Correlation A sample of 24 breakfast cereals is selected and the amount of sugar and the amount of sodium per serving both measured in grams are recordedThe correlation between sugar and sodium content for these cereals is calculated to be 0386We would like to conduct a hypothesis test at the 1 level of significance to determine whether there exists a negative correlation between the amount of sugar and the amount of sodium in the population of all breakfast cereals aThe hypotheses for the appropriate test of significance areH r0 vs H r0 0a H r0 vs H r0 0a Hvs H0a Hvs H0a Hvs H0a Hvs H0a Hvs H0a Hvs H0a
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