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Part 3: Due Monday, December 5, 2022 Use the same research topic that you chose

Part 3: Due Monday, December 5, 2022
Use the same research topic that you chose in week 1. Also use the data that you collected during week 1. If you need to change or supplement (i.e. add new data) the data set for this assignment, you may.
Create a document answering all the questions below. Save your work and submit on Canvas.
This part of the project will be worth 200 points, double the value of the first two parts.

Task #1
You have collected data from a sample of at least 50 elements in your population. But what information would you like to know about the entire population? Would you like to know the mean home price of all properties in your area?

Write 2 paragraphs briefly summarizing the data that you collected from the sample and the information that you would like to INFER about the population.
Choose 2 sample statistics from your data, one PROPORTION and one MEAN. Try to use variables that you mentioned in question 1 concerning inference. For example, You might choose the mean sales price of a home.
Estimate the population parameters by first computing point estimates from your sample data. Then:
PROPORTION
Construct and interpret a 90% confidence interval for the population proportion.
What sample size would be necessary to estimate the proportion with a 2% margin of error and a 90% confidence?
MEAN
Construct and interpret a 95% confidence interval for the population mean.
Do you think that your sample of size 50 is large enough? Why or why not?

Task #2
Next, you will be conducting one hypothesis test. Without considering the specific values of your sample statistics, make a conjecture (hypothesis) about one of the variables you used for the confidence intervals above.
For example:
Matt claims that the proportion of homes with 3 or more BRs in Fairfax county is less than 0.4.

1-State the null and alternative hypotheses using mathematical symbols.
2-Is this a one-tailed or a two-tailed test?
3-State the level of significance.
This will be α = 0.05 for everyone.
p-value Approach
4-Compute the test “test statistic.” You are encouraged to use Statcrunch.
5-Use probability tables (z or t, as required) or statistical software to determine the p-value.
6-Compare the p-value with the level of significance
7-State the conclusion of the hypothesis test. The conclusion should include the phrases “Reject the null” or “Fail to reject the null” as well as a statement in practical language.
In addition to performing the hypothesis test above, write 1-2 paragraphs explaining the relationship between your hypothesis test and the confidence interval from your Task #1. Also discuss what it would mean had you made a Type I or a Type II error in the hypothesis test.

Task #3

Finally, write no more than one page summarizing your entire project. (Double spaced, 12-point font, 1 inch margins.) What did you think of the research project? Did the statistical analysis help you learn more about the topic? For example, you could address the following:
HOME VALUES
Is there any home on your list that seems like a good value?
How much should you plan on spending on a home in your desired area?

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This is not a book report! The essay will either a) explain something mentioned in one of the lectures and readings with reference to information in the book or b) explain something mentioned in the book with reference to information from the lectures and readings. The rubric is on the next page. To understand it, know that what you are trying to understand better is the target example and what you are using to understand it is the base example. You should emphasize what is not clearly understood about the target example, and how you will use the base example to fill this gap in our understanding of the target example. So, for example, you might read in Riveted that primarily doctrinal religions take advantage of semantic memory and imagistic religions use episodic memory (the target example).
The target example is a concept that you′re interested in and the base example is the information helps you to understand the target example. The target example can come from either the book or the lecture, but the base example has to come from the other source.
Your essay must be between 800 and 1200 words long (in Microsoft Word, under “tools” you can find “word count.”) don’t worry too much about formatting–but the citations and references are included in your word count. You do not need to cite the lectures nor the book you’re reading, just additional sources. Do not go over the word count. The books are long and complicated. You do not have to summarize the book, only pick one idea from it, and one idea from the lectures to write your essay. You can actually use the terms base example and target example if you wish; in fact, I encourage this.
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