Answer on Statistics and Probability Question for Cee Lee
A study was conducted to determine whether an expectant mother's cigarette smoking has any effect on the bone mineral content of her otherwise healthy child. A sample of 77 newborns whose mothers smoked during pregnancy has mean bone mineral content x-bar1 = 0.098 g/cm and standard deviation s1 = 0.026 g/cm; a sample of 161 infants whose mothers did not smoke has mean x-bar2 = 0.095 g/cm and standard deviation s2 = 0.025 g/cm. Assume that the underlying population variances are equal.
a. Are the two samples paired or independent? b. State the null and alternative hypotheses of the two-sided test. c. Conduct the test at the 0.05 level of significance. What do you conclude?
Hello, I just received the files and tested my code and the expert did wonderful. Provided descriptive comments, a full break down of how the program works, test cases, and even provided different versions of word files and pdfs to work with any computer. Please let the expert know that they did a phenomenal job. Thanks!