## 1.QUESTION 1The SalesSalary data are on the Data Sets tab of Bb

QUESTION 1The SalesSalary data are on the Data Sets tab of Bb. The data show the salaries for sales professionals in the San Fransisco area along with information on whether the person is employed in inside sales or outside sales positions. There is also information on the years of experience of the sales professional coded as low (1-10 years), medium (11-20 years), and high (21 or more years). Download the data. If you have downloaded the data select true. True False1 points QUESTION 2How many observations are in the data set?1 points QUESTION 3What is the average salary in the SalesSalary data set? Answer to the nearest dollar but do not include a dollar sign in your answer.Question 4What is the maximum salary in the SalesSalary data set? Answer to the nearest dollar but do not include a dollar sign in your answer.1 points QUESTION 5What is the average salary in the SalesSalary data set for people with low experience? Answer to the nearest dollar but do not include a dollar sign in your answer.1 points QUESTION 6Conduct ANOVA to test the hypothesis that the average salaries are the same for all levels of experience using the SalesSalary data set. What is MSE? Answer to the nearest whole number.2 points QUESTION 7Conduct ANOVA to test the hypothesis that the average salaries are the same for all levels of experience using the SalesSalary data set. What is the value of the test statistic? Answer to two decimal places.3 points QUESTION 8Conduct ANOVA to test the hypothesis that the average salaries are the same for all levels of experience using the SalesSalary data set. What is the critical value when alpha=.05? Answer to two decimal places.2 points QUESTION 9Using the SalesSalary data test the null hypothesis that the average salaries are the same for all levels of experience. Conduct this test at the .05 level of significance.Fail to reject the null hypothesis because the test statistic is greater than the critical value.Fail to reject the null hypothesis because the test statistic is less than the critical value.Reject the null hypothesis because the test statistic is greater than the critical value.Reject the null hypothesis because the test statistic is less than the critical value.2 points QUESTION 10Using the SalesSalary data you reject the null hypothesis that the average salaries are equal for all experience levels at the .001 level of significance. True False2 points QUESTION 11Consider the ANOVA table here. What is MSTR? Answer to two decimal places.2 points QUESTION 12Consider the ANOVA table here. What is the total sum of squares? Answer to two decimal places.2 points QUESTION 13Consider the ANOVA table here. What is the p-value? Answer to three decimal places.2 points QUESTION 14Consider the ANOVA table here. How many observations were there in this data set?2 points QUESTION 15Suppose there are 3 numerator degrees of freedom and 15 denominator degrees of freedom. What is the critical F value for a .05 level of significance test? Answer to two decimal places.2 points QUESTION 16Suppose there are 4 treatments and each one has 6 observations. You are using the data to conduct ANOVA. What is the critical F value for a .05 level of significance test? Answer to two decimal places.2 points QUESTION 17For the ANOVA output below certain fields are missing. What is the total sum of squares (round to the nearest whole number)?1 points QUESTION 18For the ANOVA output below certain fields are missing. How many degrees of freedom are there for the denominator in the F statistic?1 points QUESTION 19For the ANOVA output below certain fields are missing. What is MSTR (answer to one decimal point)?1 points QUESTION 20For the ANOVA output below certain fields are missing. What is MSE (answer to one decimal point)?1 points QUESTION 21Consider the ANOVA table in the previous question where SSTR is 284.4. Because 1.6476<3.806 you fail to reject the hypothesis the that population means of the groups are equal. True False1 points

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