# K Use the results from a survey of a simple random sample of

Last updated: 4/14/2024

K Use the results from a survey of a simple random sample of 1038 adults Among the 1038 respondents 88 rated themselves as above average drivers We want to test the claim that more than themselves as above average drivers Complete parts a through e 17 of adults ra 20 a Regardless of the conclusion reached from the hypothesis test is it possible that more than of adults can be above average drivers 20 A Yes Assuming quality of driving can be quantified a distribution that is extremely skewed to the left would be the most promising scenario for more than this proportion of adults to have driving quality that is above the mean B No Assuming quality of driving can be quantified half of all adults must have driving quality less than or equal to the mean OC Yes Assuming quality of driving can be quantified a distribution that is extremely skewed to the right would be the most promising scenario for more than this proportion of adults to have driving quality that is above the mean COD No It is impossible to compare the quality of different adults driving b If we use the same significance level to conduct the hypothesis test using the P value method the critical value method and a confidence interval which method is not always equivalent to the other two A The P value method is not always equivalent to the other two B The confidence interval method is not always equivalent to the other two CC The critical value method is not always equivalent to the other two OD All three methods are always equivalent to each other c It was stated that we can easily remember how to interpret P values with this If the P is low the null must go What does this mean This statement means that if the is low in relation to then one should