Show transcribed image text Does the lccation of your seat in a classroom play a role in attendance or grade? 400 students in a physics course were randomly assigned to one of four groups. The 100 students in group 1 sat 0 to 4 meters from the front of the class the 100 students in group 2 sat 4 to 6.5 metersrom the front, the 100 students in group 3 sat 6.5 to 9 meters from the front, and the 100 students in group 4 sat 9 to 12 meters from the front. Complete parts (a) through (c). Use the Tech Help button for further assistance a For the first half of the semester, he attendance or the whole class averaged 83%. So, there s no effect due o seat location, we would expect 83% o students n each group o attend. The data show the attendance history or each group. How many students in each group attended, on average? ls there a significant difference among the groups in attendance pattens? oup 0.84 0.84 0.84 0.80 The number of students who attended in the first The number of students who attended in the second The number of students who attended in the third group was 84 The number of students who attended in the fourth group was 80 What are the hypotheses? group was 84 group was 0 A Ho: The average average attendance for the class. as the average attendance for the class. attendance in eac h group is different from the H,: Th n each group is the same the B. Ho: The average attendance in each group is the same as the average attendance for the class. e average attendance i Hy: The average attendance in each group is different from the average attendance for the class. C. None of these. Compute the P-value. P-value = (Round to three decimal places as needed.)

Does the lccation of your seat in a classroom play a role in attendance or grade? 400 students in a physics course were randomly assigned to one of four groups. The 100 students in group 1 sat 0 to 4 meters from the front of the class the 100 students in group 2 sat 4 to 6.5 metersrom the front, the 100 students in group 3 sat 6.5 to 9 meters from the front, and the 100 students in group 4 sat 9 to 12 meters from the front. Complete parts (a) through (c). Use the Tech Help button for further assistance a For the first half of the semester, he attendance or the whole class averaged 83%. So, there s no effect due o seat location, we would expect 83% o students n each group o attend. The data show the attendance history or each group. How many students in each group attended, on average? ls there a significant difference among the groups in attendance pattens? oup 0.84 0.84 0.84 0.80 The number of students who attended in the first The number of students who attended in the second The number of students who attended in the third group was 84 The number of students who attended in the fourth group was 80 What are the hypotheses? group was 84 group was 0 A Ho: The average average attendance for the class. as the average attendance for the class. attendance in eac h group is different from the H,: Th n each group is the same the B. Ho: The average attendance in each group is the same as the average attendance for the class. e average attendance i Hy: The average attendance in each group is different from the average attendance for the class. C. None of these. Compute the P-value. P-value = (Round to three decimal places as needed.)