Show transcribed image text 8. Does the order in which wine is presented make presented one at at the end of the presentatio wine, however, was the attached. a difference? a time and in sequence, and the subject was asked to choose their preferred wine Several choices of wine were n. Subjects were asked to taste four wine samples in sequence. same in each sample. There were 33 subjects in the study. Table Dis The Position 1 2 3 4 Count 15 5 2 11 a. What percent of the subjects chose each position? Pos. 1 Pos. Pos, 3 = Pos. 4 If the subjects were equally likely to select each position, what are the expected counts for each position? (You have the observed counts listed above). b. Position Expected Count Does the chi-square test for goodness of fit give good evidence that the subjects were not equally likely to choose each position? (State the hypotheses, check the guidelines for using chi-square, give the test statistic (compute x, list the degrees of freedom, and its range for the p-value), and state your conclusion). c. Ho: Ha: Yes No Guidelines: (i) Is no more than 20% of expected counts less than 5? (i) Are all expected counts greater than 1? Yes No Compute x range of p-value:

8. Does the order in which wine is presented make presented one at at the end of the presentatio wine, however, was the attached. a difference? a time and in sequence, and the subject was asked to choose their preferred wine Several choices of wine were n. Subjects were asked to taste four wine samples in sequence. same in each sample. There were 33 subjects in the study. Table Dis The Position 1 2 3 4 Count 15 5 2 11 a. What percent of the subjects chose each position? Pos. 1 Pos. Pos, 3 = Pos. 4 If the subjects were equally likely to select each position, what are the expected counts for each position? (You have the observed counts listed above). b. Position Expected Count Does the chi-square test for goodness of fit give good evidence that the subjects were not equally likely to choose each position? (State the hypotheses, check the guidelines for using chi-square, give the test statistic (compute x, list the degrees of freedom, and its range for the p-value), and state your conclusion). c. Ho: Ha: Yes No Guidelines: (i) Is no more than 20% of expected counts less than 5? (i) Are all expected counts greater than 1? Yes No Compute x range of p-value: