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We Need An Expert In Statistics by Nobody: 1:53pm On Oct 26, 2016
Dear all

On behalf of Topsquino

We have about 11 questions that are related to the field of statistics. We need someone who can solve this problem, and the REWARD for these questions is N4, 000. Here are the questions:

1 Define null hypothesis.

2 Theoretical statistics often model pivotal variables. Define a pivotal variable/

3 How is a p-value defined?

4 Using One-Sample t-test, calculate the standard error of the mean (SEM) when the standard deviation of the original distribution is 1.25 and the sample size is 40.

5 Using the SEM derived in problem 4, calculate the t-statistic when the mean sample size is 2 and the predicted value is 1

6 One of the goals of the Obama administration is to ensure all Americans have health insurance. A survey to determine how many Americans have health insurance is an example of (____).

7 Use the binomial coefficient to determine the number of ways out of a hospital staff of 5 nurses, 2 nurses can be chosen to service the maternity ward.

8 In a clinical trial, 10 subjects were to be divided equally between the experimental drug and the placebo. How many ways can they be assigned?

9 Xavier Memorial Hospital investigated the possible ways of defining heart disease in a population. What is the proportion of females with heart disease?

1. Females n1= 3584
2. Males n2= 3831
3. Sample proportion = 43 females
4. Sample proportion = 17 males


10. Using the data in the question above, what is the mean of the population when the probability of a woman developing heart disease is 0.5 and that of a man developing heart disease is 0.25?


Please send us ONLY the answer to question 6, 8, and 9. If you can get it correctly, we will award the project to you. We need this assignment to be completed in 24 hours. Please don't send the answers here, lest we will ignore it. Here is our email: topsquino (at) gmail (dot) com
Re: We Need An Expert In Statistics by economia: 2:18pm On Oct 26, 2016
Chidinho10:
Dear all

On behalf of Topsquino

We have about 11 questions that are related to the field of statistics. We need someone who can solve this problem, and the REWARD for these questions is N4, 000. Here are the questions:

1 Define null hypothesis.

2 Theoretical statistics often model pivotal variables. Define a pivotal variable/

3 How is a p-value defined?

4 Using One-Sample t-test, calculate the standard error of the mean (SEM) when the standard deviation of the original distribution is 1.25 and the sample size is 40.

5 Using the SEM derived in problem 4, calculate the t-statistic when the mean sample size is 2 and the predicted value is 1

6 One of the goals of the Obama administration is to ensure all Americans have health insurance. A survey to determine how many Americans have health insurance is an example of (____).

7 Use the binomial coefficient to determine the number of ways out of a hospital staff of 5 nurses, 2 nurses can be chosen to service the maternity ward.

8 In a clinical trial, 10 subjects were to be divided equally between the experimental drug and the placebo. How many ways can they be assigned?

9 Xavier Memorial Hospital investigated the possible ways of defining heart disease in a population. What is the proportion of females with heart disease?

1. Females n1= 3584
2. Males n2= 3831
3. Sample proportion = 43 females
4. Sample proportion = 17 males


10. Using the data in the question above, what is the mean of the population when the probability of a woman developing heart disease is 0.5 and that of a man developing heart disease is 0.25?


Please send us ONLY the answer to question 6, 8, and 9. If you can get it correctly, we will award the project to you. We need this assignment to be completed in 24 hours. Please don't send the answers here, lest we will ignore it. Here is our email: topsquino (at) gmail (dot) com
Re: We Need An Expert In Statistics by Doyin400l(m): 7:15pm On Oct 26, 2016
Chidinho10:
Dear all

On behalf of Topsquino

We have about 11 questions that are related to the field of statistics. We need someone who can solve this problem, and the REWARD for these questions is N4, 000. Here are the questions:

1 Define null hypothesis.

2 Theoretical statistics often model pivotal variables. Define a pivotal variable/

3 How is a p-value defined?

4 Using One-Sample t-test, calculate the standard error of the mean (SEM) when the standard deviation of the original distribution is 1.25 and the sample size is 40.

5 Using the SEM derived in problem 4, calculate the t-statistic when the mean sample size is 2 and the predicted value is 1

6 One of the goals of the Obama administration is to ensure all Americans have health insurance. A survey to determine how many Americans have health insurance is an example of (____).

7 Use the binomial coefficient to determine the number of ways out of a hospital staff of 5 nurses, 2 nurses can be chosen to service the maternity ward.

8 In a clinical trial, 10 subjects were to be divided equally between the experimental drug and the placebo. How many ways can they be assigned?

9 Xavier Memorial Hospital investigated the possible ways of defining heart disease in a population. What is the proportion of females with heart disease?

1. Females n1= 3584
2. Males n2= 3831
3. Sample proportion = 43 females
4. Sample proportion = 17 males


10. Using the data in the question above, what is the mean of the population when the probability of a woman developing heart disease is 0.5 and that of a man developing heart disease is 0.25?


Please send us ONLY the answer to question 6, 8, and 9. If you can get it correctly, we will award the project to you. We need this assignment to be completed in 24 hours. Please don't send the answers here, lest we will ignore it. Here is our email: topsquino (at) gmail (dot) com
Hi, I'm a graduate of statistics , a statistician with good analytical skill. You can check my signature!!!
I'll get back to you on this.
Re: We Need An Expert In Statistics by Doyin400l(m): 7:22pm On Oct 26, 2016
Hello, i'm a qualified graduate of Statistics.. A Statistician with good analytical skills. For more details check my signature!!!
I will solve this and get back to you sir!
Re: We Need An Expert In Statistics by economia: 11:36am On Oct 30, 2016
Chidinho10:
Dear all

On behalf of Topsquino

We have about 11 questions that are related to the field of statistics. We need someone who can solve this problem, and the REWARD for these questions is N4, 000. Here are the questions:

1 Define null hypothesis.

2 Theoretical statistics often model pivotal variables. Define a pivotal variable/

3 How is a p-value defined?

4 Using One-Sample t-test, calculate the standard error of the mean (SEM) when the standard deviation of the original distribution is 1.25 and the sample size is 40.

5 Using the SEM derived in problem 4, calculate the t-statistic when the mean sample size is 2 and the predicted value is 1

6 One of the goals of the Obama administration is to ensure all Americans have health insurance. A survey to determine how many Americans have health insurance is an example of (____).

7 Use the binomial coefficient to determine the number of ways out of a hospital staff of 5 nurses, 2 nurses can be chosen to service the maternity ward.

8 In a clinical trial, 10 subjects were to be divided equally between the experimental drug and the placebo. How many ways can they be assigned?

9 Xavier Memorial Hospital investigated the possible ways of defining heart disease in a population. What is the proportion of females with heart disease?

1. Females n1= 3584
2. Males n2= 3831
3. Sample proportion = 43 females
4. Sample proportion = 17 males


10. Using the data in the question above, what is the mean of the population when the probability of a woman developing heart disease is 0.5 and that of a man developing heart disease is 0.25?


Please send us ONLY the answer to question 6, 8, and 9. If you can get it correctly, we will award the project to you. We need this assignment to be completed in 24 hours. Please don't send the answers here, lest we will ignore it. Here is our email: topsquino (at) gmail (dot) com

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