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Problem 6.36

A 2012 Gallup poll surveyed Americans about their employment status and whether or not they have diabetes. The survey results indicate that 1.5% of the 47,774 employed (full or part time) and 2.5% of the 5,855 unemployed 18-29 year olds have diabetes.60 (a) Create a two-way table presenting the results of this study. (b) State appropriate hypotheses to test for independence of incidence of diabetes and employment status. (c) The sample dierence is about 1%. If we completed the hypothesis test, we would find that the p-value is very small (about 0), meaning the dierence is statistically significant. Use this result to explain the dierence between statistically significant and practically significant findings.

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Q: A 2012 Gallup poll surveyed Americans about their employment status and whether or not theyhave diabetes. The survey results indicate that 1.5% of the 47,774 employed (full or part time) and2.5% of the 5,855 unemployed 18-29 year olds have diabetes.60 (a) Create a two-way tablepresenting the results of this study. (b) State appropriate hypotheses to test for independence ofincidence of diabetes and employment status. (c) The sample difference is about 1%. If we completedthe hypothesis test, we would find that the p-value is very small (about 0), meaning the difference isstatistically significant. Use this result to explain the difference between statistically significant andpractically significant findings. Step by Step SolutionStep 1 of 5:For employed Americans:n=47774p=0.015Number of employed americans with diabetes:Number of employed americans without diabetes:

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Textbook: OpenIntro Statistics
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Author: David M Diez; Christopher D Barr; Mine Çetinkaya-Rundel
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