Project #95134 - STAT

Please solve 10 questions from the pages I provided and write the discussion question.

 

Answer ALL 10 questions (exercise #):

I attached two files (Lane & Illowsky) for the 10 exercise questions below and also to help with solving the answers. Below states exercise question #’s and page numbers where you can find the questions.

1.      Chapters 11&12 in Lane et al. has 4 exercise questions

2.      Chapter 9&10 in Illowsky et al. has 6 exercise questions

 

eResources

Chapter

Exercise

Page*

Lane et al.

11

18

398

20

398

12

7

444

13

445

Illowsky et al.

9

65

506

71

507

77

508

10

80

559

91

561

120

566

 

 

 

After you’re done with the questions, you have one discussion.

 

Discussion Question:

Hypothesis Testing ??? 

In the North American court system, a defendant is assumed innocent until proven guilty.  In an ideal world, we would expect that the truly innocent will always go free, whereas the truly guilty ones will always be convicted.  Now, let us tackle the following questions?

1.     In the context of the Type I error and Type II error, can you relate a court trial scenario in terms of these two errors?

2.     What would be your ideal situation if you are the defendant?

3.     What would be your ideal situation if you are the prosecuting attorney?

4.     Lastly, what do you think of the scenario of an ideal world where we expect that no innocent will be found guilty and all guilty will be convicted in the context of Type I error and Type II error?

 

 

Subject Mathematics
Due By (Pacific Time) 11/24/2015 12:00 am
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