Show transcribed image text Attempts:2 Keep the Highest: 2/4 3. EOC-Practice problem #3 Aa Aa Are girls less inclined to enroll in science courses than boys? One study ('Intentions of Young Students to Enroll in Science Courses in the Future: An Examination of Gender Differences" (Science Education [1999]: 55-76) asked randomly selected fourth-, fifth-, and sixth-graders how many science courses they intend to take. The sample of 203 boys reported they planned to take a mean of 3.42 science courses with a sample standard deviation of 1.49. The sample of 224 girls reported they planned to take a mean of 2.42 science courses with a sample standard deviation of 1.35. You will use this information to estimate number of science courses planned for males and females. Because the answers to the four key questions (QSTN) are , you will hypothesis testing, sample data, two numerical variables, and one independently selected sample estimation, sample data, one categorical variable, and two paired samples estimation, sample data, one numerical variable, and two paired samples estimation, sample data, one numerical variable, and two independently selected samples r-the 99% confidence interval, you use a t critical value based on degrees of freedom is very large, you can use the standard normal distribution to determine degrees of freedom. Since this value of the the critical value

Attempts:2 Keep the Highest: 2/4 3. EOC-Practice problem #3 Aa Aa Are girls less inclined to enroll in science courses than boys? One study ('Intentions of Young Students to Enroll in Science Courses in the Future: An Examination of Gender Differences" (Science Education [1999]: 55-76) asked randomly selected fourth-, fifth-, and sixth-graders how many science courses they intend to take. The sample of 203 boys reported they planned to take a mean of 3.42 science courses with a sample standard deviation of 1.49. The sample of 224 girls reported they planned to take a mean of 2.42 science courses with a sample standard deviation of 1.35. You will use this information to estimate number of science courses planned for males and females. Because the answers to the four key questions (QSTN) are , you will hypothesis testing, sample data, two numerical variables, and one independently selected sample estimation, sample data, one categorical variable, and two paired samples estimation, sample data, one numerical variable, and two paired samples estimation, sample data, one numerical variable, and two independently selected samples r-the 99% confidence interval, you use a t critical value based on degrees of freedom is very large, you can use the standard normal distribution to determine degrees of freedom. Since this value of the the critical value