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Question: A Professor claims that exam scores for non-account majors are more variable than for accounting ...

Show transcribed image text A Professor claims that exam scores for non-account majors are more variable than for accounting majors. Random samples of 24 non-accounting majors and 24 accounting majors are taken from exam. Test of the null hypothesis that the two population variances are equal against the alternative that true variance is higher for the non-accounting majors. Assume the population are normally distributed. Non-Accounting n_x = 24 s2/x = 1644.989 Accounting n_y = 24 s2/y = 453.946 To test the professor's clam, identity the null and identify the null and alternative hypotheses. The null hypothesis is represented by H_0 and alternate hypothesis is by H_1. Choose the correct answer below A. H_0: sigma^2_x = sigma^2_y H_1: sigma^2_x > sigma^2-y B. H_0: sigma^2_x greaterthanorequalto sigma^2_y H_1: sigma^2_x

A Professor claims that exam scores for non-account majors are more variable than for accounting majors. Random samples of 24 non-accounting majors and 24 accounting majors are taken from exam. Test of the null hypothesis that the two population variances are equal against the alternative that true variance is higher for the non-accounting majors. Assume the population are normally distributed. Non-Accounting n_x = 24 s2/x = 1644.989 Accounting n_y = 24 s2/y = 453.946 To test the professor's clam, identity the null and identify the null and alternative hypotheses. The null hypothesis is represented by H_0 and alternate hypothesis is by H_1. Choose the correct answer below A. H_0: sigma^2_x = sigma^2_y H_1: sigma^2_x > sigma^2-y B. H_0: sigma^2_x greaterthanorequalto sigma^2_y H_1: sigma^2_x