Question Answered step-by-step 1. What condition is met for the use of a t-distribution? Please… Image transcription textV 0 X M Inbox (121) – lindapearl585@ x | M Were we helpful? – Ipearl@cc x * nursingchampions X D21 6-2 Participation Activities: C X zy Section 6.2 – MAT 240: Applica X + < > C A learn.zybooks.com/zybook/MAT-240-15406-OL-TRAD-UG.22EW5/chapter/6/section/2 =zyBooks My library > MAT 240: Applied Statistics home > 6.2: Confidence intervals for population means zyBooks catalog ? Help/FAQ @ Kristin Segovia CHALLENGE ACTIVITY 6.2.2: Relating confidence intervals to hypothesis testing (one sample). 402594.2596006.qx3zqy v Jump to level 1 A worker stands at the end of a production line for mint chocolate chip ice cream and uses warm water to melt the ice cream away from the chocolate. The amount of chocolate is then weighed. Each container should contain 4 ounces of chocolate. The results of a simple random sample of 12 containers is shown below. Assume the amount of chocolate added to the ice cream is normally distributed. Mean 3.808 Variance 0.07 Observations 12 Hypothesized MeanWhat condition is met for the use of a t-distribution? df 11 t Stat 2.511 Pick P(T<=t) one-tail 0.014 t Critical one-tail 1.796 What is the level of significance? Ex: 1.23 P(T<=t) two-tail 0.029 t Critical two-tail 2.201 Confidence Level(95.0%) 0.168 What conclusions can be drawn from the data? Pick What is the confidence interval for the amount of chocolate? [ Ex: 1.234 Does the confidence interval support the results of the hypothesis test? |Pick v Type here to search O Fi 64'F Mostly clear ^ * 0 ( () 10:43 PM 6/11/2022... Show more1. What condition is met for the use of a t-distribution?Please pick answer from "The population is stated to have a normal distribution" or "The sample size is larger than 30"2. What is the level of significance?3. What conclusions can be drawn from the data?Please pick answer from "Sufficient evidence does not exist to suggest that the mean amount of chocolate in the ice cream is not 4 ounces" or "Sufficient evidence exists to suggest that the mean amount of chocolate is not 4 ounces.4. What is the confidence interval for the amount of chocolate?5. Does the confidence interval support the results of the hypothesis test? Yes or No6. Why? Please pick the answer from "The hypothesized mean falls outside the bounds of the confidence interval" or "The hypothesized mean falls within the bounds of the confidence" Math Statistics and Probability MAT 240 Share QuestionEmailCopy link Comments (0)