Lesson 18: Commercial Real Estate
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- Election issue impacting Colorado real estate
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- Guest speaker: Lee Meisner
Author: Justin
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Determine whether it’s a 1-sided or 2-sided hypothesis test and solve. Report p-values and determine if you can reject or must fail to reject the null hypothesis.
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μ = 505, σ = 62
x̅ = 509, n = 1,000
Ho: μ = 505
Ha: μ > 505
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* Most example and activity problems presented above are derived from Moore, D.S., McCabe, G.P., and Craig, B.A., 2009. Introduction to the Practice of Statistics, 6th Edition. New York: W.H. Freeman and Company.
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Voter Polling Assignment:
Follow this link and find your name (listed alphabetically): Voter Polling
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Here’s a simple script you can use:
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You will be assigned a number of registered voters in Congressional District 3. You will telephone each voter on the list and ask two questions. First, introduce yourself as a CSU-Pueblo student working on an assignment for your statistics class. Then, ask these two questions:
Ask both questions, even if the answer to #1 is “no”. Once all surveys have been completed and response data compiled you will use the data to estimate vote percentages for both candidates in your assigned county.
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These examples and problems are from the Against All Odds video series and Introduction to the Practice of Statistics (6th Ed.) by Moore et al.
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