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### Question #2012344: Hypothesis tests: t-test

Question: The following are the Diastolic Blood Pressure (DBP) of 10 patients before and after surgery: Subject Before After 1 70 78 2 80 80 3 73 75 4 82…

### Question #2012345: op. man.

Question: A company is expected to earn $50,000 a year, at a continuous rate, for 8 years. You can invest the earnings at an interest rate of 7%, compounded continuously.…

### Question #2012346: op. man.

Question: Your company needs $500,000 in two years time for renovations and can earn 9% interest on investments. (a) What is the present value of the renovations? (b) If your…

### Question #2012347: Other Algebra Problems

Question: A person’s annual salary starts out at $30,000. Find a formula for the person’s salary t years later, and find the salary after 5 years and after 30 years,…

### Question #2012348: Other Calculus Problems

Question: A graph of the relative growth rate of a population is given in Figure 6.4.170. By approximately what percentage does the population change over the 10 year period? Solution:…

### Question #2012349: ANOVA

Question: Test whether Dole, Clinton, and Perot supporters (variable pres96) differ in average age and education. Summarize your findings. Solution: The solution consists of 190 words (2 pages)Deliverables: Word Document

### Question #2012350: T-test

Question: It is recommended that you use the computer EXCEL sheet attached to help you answer the following questions: Write the answers in the provided space. An answer saying “see…