# Answer to Question #19454 in Statistics and Probability for ADANE HAILU

Question #19454

Pair

Treatment I

Treatment II

1

13

9

2

6

7

3

8

10

4

7

5

5

9

8

6

9

6

7

10

7

8

5

4

9

8

7

10

5

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A researcher gave an intelligence test for 20 students and then paired them on the basis of their scores on the test. Then one number of each pair were given treatment I and the other member treatment II randomly. The result of the treatment was given below

Is the hypothesis that the results of treatment I and II are different justifiable? Choose your own level. Construct the 95 % CI for the data.

Treatment I

Treatment II

1

13

9

2

6

7

3

8

10

4

7

5

5

9

8

6

9

6

7

10

7

8

5

4

9

8

7

10

5

2

A researcher gave an intelligence test for 20 students and then paired them on the basis of their scores on the test. Then one number of each pair were given treatment I and the other member treatment II randomly. The result of the treatment was given below

Is the hypothesis that the results of treatment I and II are different justifiable? Choose your own level. Construct the 95 % CI for the data.

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