For the following pairs of assertions, indicate which do not comply with our rules for setting up hypotheses and why (the subscripts 1 and 2 differentiate between quantities for two different populations or samples): a. H0: 100, Ha: 100 b. H0: 20, Ha: 20 c. H0: p .25, Ha: p .25 d. H0: 1 2 25, Ha: 1 2 100 e. H0: S2 1 S2 2, Ha: S2 1 S2 2 f. H0: 120, Ha: 150 g. H0: 1/2 1, Ha: 1/2 1 h. H0: p1 p2 .1, Ha: p1 p2 .1 3. To determin

Chapter 2, Part One: Frequency Distributions, Histograms, and Related Topics 1. Frequency Distribution: paritions data into classes and assigns each class a frequency a. Frequency Tables: displays information in a frequency distribution, by listing each class along with its frequency b. Constructing a Frequency Table i. Decide on a number of classes between 5 and 15 ii. Calculate the class width 1. (Highest ValueLowest Value) / (# of Classes) a. (# of Classes) What was chosen in step one b. then,