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Topic: **How to write a good hypothesis****Question:**
Hypothesis test for difference in Home values. Listed below are fair market values (in thousands of dollars) of randomly selected homes on Long Beach Island in New Jersey. Use a .005 significance level to test a realtor’s claim that oceanfront homes (directly on the beach) have greater value than Oceanside homes, which are not directly on the beach. Given that there are only five values in each sample, can we really conclude that oceanfront homes have a greater mean value?
Ocean Front: 2199 3750 1725 2398 2799
Oceanside: 700 1355 795 1575 759
H0: _________
Ha:__________
a= .05
Rejection Region_______________
Calc = 3.992
Formula is __________
Reject H0 or cannot reject H0?
Can we really conclude that oceanfront homes have a greater mean value?

May 21, 2019 / By Hanny

I did the answer in ms word. Still don't know how to do write all those notations in yahoo answers. Just download the file, and you are good to go. What exactly is the Calc = 3.992? Hopefully the word document works.

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Subtract exponents of the same bases when multiplying terms... Add exponents of the same bases when dividing terms.... E.g... 35 x^7yz²/70x^5y^-4z³ = 35/70 * x^(7 - 5)y^(1 - (-4))/z^(3 - 2) = x²y^5/(2z) I hope this helps!

23. a. 35 x^7 yz^2/70x^5y^-4z^3 => 35 x^(7-5) y(1-(-4)) z^(2-3)/70 => 35 x^2 y5 z^(-1)/70 => 35 x^2 y5 /(70 z) => x^2 y5 / (2 z) b. 72a^13/6a^9 - 14a^8/2a^4 => 72a^(13-9)/6 - 14a^(8-4)/2 => 72a^4/6 - 14a^4/2 => 12a^4 - 7a^4 => 5a^4 24. Multiply: a. (x+1/2)(x+1/3) => x^2 + 1/2 * x + 1/3 * x + 1/6 => x^2 + 5/6 * x + 1/6 or, this may be written as (I think) [(x+1)/2][(x+1)/3] => (x+1)^2/6 b. 72a^13/6a^9 - 14a^8/2a^4 (isn't this the same as 23 (b)? )

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