Business and Management
Submitted By qhwaheed
1. The Null Hypothesis is as follows: Gander Mountain’s ammunition prices are at least equal to Cabela’s ammunition prices.
The Alternative Hypothesis is as follows: Gander Mountain’s ammunition prices are less than Cabela’s ammunition prices.
The most appropriate sample selection technique would be a random sample of ammunition prices from each location. Then identify sample mean and the sample standard deviation. The statistical test I would utilize to accept or reject the null hypothesis would be a paired sample t test.
2. A. The null hypothesis is as follows: The average driving distance for the new UniDun type balls is 270.27 yards and H0:μ= 270.27
The alternative hypothesis is as follows: The average driving distance UniDun balls is greater than 270.27 yards and Ha:μ<270.27
B. The appropriate statistical test would be independent sample t test
C. The mean of the sample of SF balls is 275 The variance of the sample of SF balls is 653.07 The standard deviation of the sample of SF balls is 25.55 The p value of the t test is 0.33
D. Based on the results of the t test performed the null hypothesis of the average driving distance of the UniDun balls equaling 270.27 yards would be accepted with a p value of .33. This means the UniDun balls driving distance average is less than that of the SF type driving distance average of 275 yards. 270.275 (average) | 275 (average) | | | | | 653.0769231 (variance) | | | | | 0.33126179 (t test) | | |…...