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1.**A study was performed in order to find out if having your cellphone out, even if you never check it, affects productivity. 250 byu students in the finance program volunteered for the study, which lasted the course of one semester. all the students were taking the same classes and the students were randomly assigned to either have their phone out for the first half of the semester or the second half. fifty students were in the “phone out second half” group and 200 students were in the “phone out for first half” group. the average amount of time it took to finish their homework was recorded. what is the individual in this study?**

A random sample of cellphone users were asked whether they send text messages on their phone. The resulting confidence interval for the proportion of cellphone users who use text messages is (0.68,0.82).

2.**A study was performed in order to find out if having your cellphone out, even if you never check it, affects productivity. 250 byu students in the finance program volunteered for the study, which lasted the course of one semester. all the students were taking the same classes and the students were randomly assigned to either have their phone out for the first half of the semester or the second half. fifty students were in the “phone out second half” group and 200 students were in the “phone out for first half” group. the average amount of time it took to finish their homework was recorded. what is the individual in this study?**

New research on college students suggests that the mere presence of a cell phone can impair learning during a lecture. The study, published in the journal Computers in Human Behavior, found cell phones tended to reduce attention and memory — even when they weren’t used. “This topic interests me for a couple different reasons,” said Ian M. McDonough, an assistant professor at the …

https://www.psypost.org/2018/05/just-cell-phone-possession-can-impair-learning-study-suggests-51228

3.**A study was performed in order to find out if having your cellphone out, even if you never check it, affects productivity. 250 byu students in the finance program volunteered for the study, which lasted the course of one semester. all the students were taking the same classes and the students were randomly assigned to either have their phone out for the first half of the semester or the second half. fifty students were in the “phone out second half” group and 200 students were in the “phone out for first half” group. the average amount of time it took to finish their homework was recorded. what is the individual in this study?**

A study showed that 36 of 72 cell phone users with a headset missed their exit, compared with 12 of 72 talking to a passenger. Construct a 95 percent confidence interval for the difference in proportions.

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under the battery of the cellular phone. The first 8 digits are a Type Allocation Code (TAC) and the next 6 digits are the Device Serial Number (DSN). The final digit is a check digit, usually set to 0. On a GSM phone, there will be at least a Subscriber Identity Module (SIM) card slot which is also generally located under the battery.

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records to find 699 people who had cell phones and were . also involved in an auto accident. Using phone billing records, they compared cell phone use in the period of the accident with . cell phone use the same period on a previous day. Result: the risk . of an accident was 4 times higher when using a cell phone. This study is

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Question 126661This question is from textbook Elementary Statistics: A study of 420,095 Danish cell phone users found that 135 of them developed cancer of the brain or nervous system. Prior to this study of cell phone use, the rate of such cancer was found to be 0.0340% for those not using cell phones. The data are from the Journal of the National Cancer Institute.

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With all telephone calls, the first thing you will need to find out is the patient’s_____, in case you become disconnected. Name and telephone number Specific questions regarding fees should always be referred to the_____.

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6. Seven students were tested for stress before a math test. The following table gives the stress scores (on a scale of 1-10) of these students and their scores on the math test. stress 6.5 4.0 2.5 7.2 8.1 3.4 5.5 math 81 96 93 70 63 84 73 a. Clearly define your variables.

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Assume you are studying a phenomenon (e.g. economic inequality in a low-income country) that follows a perfect bimodal distribution. What would you predict for the relations between mean (M), median (Z) and the 2 modes (Y 1 < Y 2 )? (HINT: draw a graph and try using real numbers to figure out these relationships) (2 points)

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In a study designed to test the effectiveness of a medication as a treatment for lower back pain, 1643 patients were randomly assigned to one of three groups: (1) the 547 subjects in the placebo group were given pills containing no medication; (2) 550 subjects were in a group given pills with the medication taken at regular intervals; (3) 546 subjects were in a group given pills with the …

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