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The Student News Service at Clear Mountain State ­University ( CMSU) has decided to gather data about the undergraduate students that attend CMSU. It creates and distributes a survey of 14 questions and receives responses from 62 undergraduates ( stored in UndergradSurvey ).
a. At the 0.05 level of significance, is there evidence of a difference between males and females in grade point average, expected starting salary, number of social networking sites registered for, age, spending on text-books and supplies, text messages sent in a week, and the wealth needed to feel rich?
b. At the 0.05 level of significance, is there evidence of a difference between students who plan to go to gradu-ate school and those who do not plan to go to graduate school in grade point average, expected starting salary, number of social networking sites registered for, age, spending on textbooks and supplies, text messages sent in a week, and the wealth needed to feel rich? c. At the 0.05 level of significance, is there evidence of a difference based on academic major in expected starting salary, number of social networking sites reg-istered for, age, spending on textbooks and supplies, text messages sent in a week, and the wealth needed to feel rich? d. At the 0.05 level of significance, is there evidence of a difference based on graduate school intention in grade point average, expected starting salary, number of so-cial networking sites registered for, age, spending on textbooks and supplies, text messages sent in a week, and the wealth needed to feel rich? 2. The dean of students at CMSU has learned about the undergraduate survey and has decided to undertake a similar survey for graduate students at Clear Mountain State. She creates and distributes a survey of 14 ques-tions and receives responses from 44 graduate students ( stored in GradSurvey ). For these data, at the 0.05 level of significance.
b. At the 0.05 level of significance, is there evidence of a difference between students who plan to go to gradu-ate school and those who do not plan to go to graduate school in grade point average, expected starting salary, number of social networking sites registered for, age, spending on textbooks and supplies, text messages sent in a week, and the wealth needed to feel rich?
c. At the 0.05 level of significance, is there evidence of a difference based on academic major in expected starting salary, number of social networking sites registered for, age, spending on textbooks and supplies, text messages sent in a week, and the wealth needed to feel rich?
d. At the 0.05 level of significance, is there evidence of a difference based on graduate school intention in grade point average, expected starting salary, number of social networking sites registered for, age, spending on textbooks and supplies, text messages sent in a week, and the wealth needed to feel rich?
2. The dean of students at CMSU has learned about the undergraduate survey and has decided to undertake a similar survey for graduate students at Clear Mountain State. She creates and distributes a survey of 14 ques-tions and receives responses from 44 graduate students (stored in GradSurvey ). For these data, at the 0.05 level of significance.
a. Is there evidence of a difference between males and females in age, undergraduate grade point average, graduate grade point average, expected salary upon graduation, spending on textbooks and supplies, text messages sent in a week, and the wealth needed to feel rich?
b. Is there evidence of a difference based on undergradu-ate major in age, undergraduate grade point average, graduate grade point average, expected salary upon graduation, spending on textbooks and supplies, text messages sent in a week, and the wealth needed to feel rich?
c. Is there evidence of a difference based on gradu-ate major in age, undergraduate grade point average, graduate grade point average, expected salary upon graduation, spending on textbooks and supplies, text messages sent in a week, and the wealth needed to feel rich?
d. Is there evidence of a difference based on employ-ment status in age, undergraduate grade point average, graduate grade point average, expected salary upon graduation, spending on textbooks and supplies, text messages sent in a week, and the wealth needed to feel rich?


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