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1.Look at your Qualitative 1, from the bar graph. a. Make a claim about one of the categories in the bar ...

bar graph. Do not do any calculations with your data before making your claim. Record your claim. b. Then test your claim using hypothesis testing. Show all steps by recording any calculator/Excel commands used. Discuss your conclusion. 9. ____/ 10 points: Look at Quantitative 2, from the measures of central tendencies. i. Make a claim about the true population mean. Do not do any calculations with your data before making your claim. Record your claim. ii. Then test your claim using hypothesis testing. Show all steps by recording any calculator/Excel commands used. Discuss your conclusion.
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2.Make A Claim Look at your Qualitative 1, from the bar graph. a. Make a claim about one of the categories ...

ories in the bar graph. Do not do any calculations with your data before making your claim. Record your claim. b. Then test your claim using hypothesis testing. Show all steps by recording any calculator/Excel commands used. Discuss your conclusion. 9. ____/ 10 points: Look at Quantitative 2, from the measures of central tendencies. i. Make a claim about the true population mean. Do not do any calculations with your data before making your claim. Record your claim. ii. Then test your claim using hypothesis testing. Show all steps by recording any calculator/Excel commands used. Discuss your conclusion.
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3.(1) The claim by a weight loss Company is that on average, the client will lose 10 pounds over ...

first 2 weeks. 50 people who joined the programme are sampled, their weight loss is 9 pounds with a standard deviation of 2.8 pounds. Can we conclude at the .05 level that a person joining the programme will lose less than 10 pounds? (2) The following is a random sample of 90-day futures prices in dollars for 1 troy oz. of silver from The Wall Street Journal issues in May and June of 1997: 4.74, 4.77, 4.87, 4.91, 4.83, 4.72, 4.92, 4.86, 4.97, 4.71, 4.90, 4.93, 4.75, 4.88, 4.79, 4.83, 4.89. Required: a. Calculate the mean b. Median c. Standard deviation of the 90-day future price of silver data (3) A mining company needs to estimate the average amount of copper ore per ton mined. A random sample of 50 tons gives a sample mean of 146,75 pounds. The population standard deviation is assumed to be 35.2 pounds. Required: a. Give a 95% confidence interval for the average amount of copper in the population of tons mined. b. Give a 90% confidence interval for the average amount of coper per ton c. Give a 99% confidence interval for the average amount of coper per ton (4) An e-commerce Website gets 2,385 visitors on a particular day. Among these, 1790 visitors explore the products by looking at more pages at the site. Among these 1790 visitors who explore the products, 387 make a purchase. Required: a. If a visitor chosen at random from all those who visited the site, what is the probability that the visitor explored the products b. If a visitor is chosen at random from all those who visited the site, what is the probability that the visitor made a purchase. c. If a visitor is chosen at random from all those who explored the products, what is the probability that the visitor made a purchase. d. Which of the preceding three probabilities is relevant to the design of the home page that leads to product page.
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4.Abraham Lincoln, "Last Public Address" (1865), Sheets, Sources, 15-1, pp. 360-363 (9th ed.: 14-1, pp. 294-297) Betty Powers, "Federal Writers' Project ...

. 294-297) Betty Powers, "Federal Writers' Project Interview" (c. 1936), Sheets, Sources, 15-2, pp. 363-365 (9th ed.: 14-2, pp. 297-299) Frances Butler Leigh, "Letter to a Friend in England" (1867), Sheets, Sources, 15-3, pp. 365-367 (9th ed.: 14-3, pp. 299-301) Charles Frances Adams, Junior, "The Protection of the Ballot in National Elections" (1869), Sheets, Sources, 15-4, pp. 368-373 (9th ed.: 14-4, pp. 302-305) Rev. Henry McNeal Turner, "Speech Before the Georgia State Legislature" (1868), Sheets, Sources, P5-6, pp. 419-421 (9th ed.: PDF herePreview the document) In the aftermath of the Civil War, the political, social, and economic status of freedmen became a hotly debated topic, particularly concerning the questions of citizenship and voting. "Am I a man? If I am such, I claim the rights of a man," Henry McNeal Turner thundered to the Georgia State Legislature in 1868 (Sheets, 419). The ratification of the Fourteenth and Fifteenth Amendments (1868, 1870) defined these issues from a Constitutional standpoint, but the actual experiences of African American people in the wake of freedom were far more complicated. Based on these readings, how did Americans interpret the implications of emancipation in different ways? How was freedom celebrated by some? How was it tied directly to citizenship and voting rights for some? And, for others, how was the freedom of blacks something to be restricted (and even feared)? A minimum of one well-developed paragraph is required. Please cite specific examples from the readings.
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5.: There are four things that you need to do in order to successfully complete this module's discussion questions assignment. ...

on questions assignment. First, if you have not already done so, read pages 381-382 in the textbook. Second, complete the discussion questions that appear below. Please copy and paste the questions onto a Word document; then, type your responses after each question. To view the questions, please scroll down. Third, in the textbook, read “A Modest Proposal” by Jonathan Swift (pages 214-222) and “How to Raise a Pimp” by Darryl L. Fortson, M.D. (pages 231-233). Fourth, complete the discussion questions regarding “A Modest Proposal” and “How to Raise a Pimp.” Again, please copy and paste the questions onto a Word document; then, type your responses after each question. To view the questions, please scroll down. Due Date: Please see the Canvas announcement regarding this assignment. Final Thoughts: Good luck with this assignment. You do not need to write an essay response to each question, so please do not do so. In fact, you should be able to successfully respond to each question in several sentences or a paragraph at most. If you have any questions or concerns, please feel free to e-mail or call me. Discussion Questions Pages 381-382 1. On pages 381-382, there is paragraph about tropical fish. Please quote the author’s stated claim exactly as it appears in the paragraph. (Hint: the stated claim is one sentence long.) 2. On pages 381-382, there is paragraph about tropical fish. Since this paragraph is a satire, you know that the stated claim is not what the author truly believes, so please paraphrase the author’s implied claim. (Hint: the implied claim should be one sentence in length.) 3. On page 382, there is paragraph about circuses. Please quote the author’s stated claim exactly as it appears in the paragraph. (Hint: the stated claim is one sentence long.) 4. On pages 381-382, there is paragraph about circuses. Since this paragraph is a satire, you know that the stated claim is not what the author truly believes, so please paraphrase the author’s implied claim. (Hint: the implied claim should be one sentence in length.) Discussion Questions “A Modest Proposal” by Jonathan Swift 1. The author of the work is not the same individual who is making the claim. In fact, Swift assumes a persona, the persona of someone he, hopefully, is not. List some of the characteristics of his alter-ego. 2. What is the proposer’s (we will use the word proposer to identify the individual making the claims) attitude toward the beggars he describes in the opening paragraphs? 3. In one sentence, paraphrase the proposer’s stated claim. 4. In one sentence, paraphrase the proposer’s implied claim. 5. According to the proposer, what are some of the issues that need correcting? 6. How does the use of facts and statistics help to bolster the proposer’s credibility? 7. Who will be the beneficiaries of this modest proposal? 8. Identify at least four good things that will come from this modest proposal. 9. Does the proposer address any arguments that might be raised against his modest proposal? If so, how does he address them? 10. Looking at the final paragraph, why does the proposer end his modest proposal in this manner? 11. Who is the intended audience of this satire? 12. Did you enjoy this satire? Why? 13. Does this satire have any relevance for us reading it today? If so, what is it? Discussion Questions “How to Raise a Pimp” by Darryl L. Fortson, M.D. 1. In one sentence, paraphrase the author’s stated claim. 2. In one sentence, paraphrase the author’s implied claim. 3. According to the author, what are the four things that one must do in order to raise a pimp? 4. Who is the intended audience of this satire? 5. What is the author trying to accomplish with his satire? 6. Did you enjoy this satire? Why? 7. Do you think this satire is effective? Why?
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6.Discussion Questions “The Speech the Graduates Didn’t Hear” by Jacob Neusner 1. List four groups of people, besides the graduating seniors, that ...

oups of people, besides the graduating seniors, that are the audience for this speech? 2. What is the name and position of the speaker of this speech? 3. Whom does the speaker claim to represent? 4. What is the speaker's attitude toward his audience? 5. What is the speaker’s attitude toward those whom he claims to represent? 6. Paraphrase the speaker's primary claim. 7. List two points that the speaker makes that support his primary claim. 8. Does the author use anecdotal, experimental, statistical, or testimonial evidence to support his primary claim Provide an example of his evidence. 9. The speaker is very quick to his conclusions. What logical fallacy might best serve as a counterargument to the speaker’s primary claim? Why? 10. Does Neusner use an inductive style of writing or a deductive style of writing? Explain the reasoning behind your answer. Discussion Questions Chapter Three and pages 383-385 1. In “Burn, Baby, Burn” by Jay Rubin, please quote his claim of value. 2. In “The Mistake of the Millennium” by Paul O’Brien, please quote his claim of fact. 3. In “We Make Money by Making You Feel Ugly” by Estelle Hartson, please quote her claim of policy. 4. On page 383, statement one is what type of claim? Why? 5. On page 383, statement two is what type of claim? Why? 6. On page 383, statement three is what type of claim? Why? 7. On page 383, statement four is what type of claim? Why? 8. On page 384, statement five is what type of claim? Why? 9. On page 384, statement six is what type of claim? Why? 10. On page 384, statement seven is what type of claim? Why? 11. On page 384, statement eight is what type of claim? Why? 12. On page 384, statement nine is what type of claim? Why? 13. On page 385, statement ten is what type of claim? Why? (Be careful.)
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1.AU MAT 120 Systems of Linear Equations and Inequalities Discussion

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