At a large company banquet for several thousand employees and their families, many of the attendees became ill the next day. The company doctor suspects that the illness may be related to the fish, one of the three options for the main course. Since all guests had to preorder their meal, the doctor was able to randomly select and contact 80 people that are the fish, 64 got sick. 60 people who didn't eat the fish were also randomly selected and contacted, 39 got sick. The doctor knows at least 1000 attendees ordered the fish. A)is this convincing evidence that the true proportion of all attendees who ate the fish and got sick is greater than those who didn't eat the fish and got sick?B)based on your conclusion in A which mistake (a type 1 or type 2 error) could you have made? Interpretate in context.
Hannah is an aspiring medical student interested in decreasing the number of deaths associated with cancer through early detection. One way to detect cancer early on is with dogs who can smell biochemical differences in cancer patients. Hannah would like to utilize this method by creating a canine training program at her university. She has a rudimentary understanding of learning theory and will use this knowledge to train a newly adopted dog named Walter. She believes that positive punishment will be the most effective way to train a dog to sniff out cancer but wants to explore all of her options.Part AAnswer the following questions as they related to Hannah's proposed experiment.What is a valid operational definition for canine cancer detection?What is an example of positive punishment in this context?Part BThe graph above compares the success rates in early cancer detection of four different dogs across ten trials. Use this information to answer the questions below.Explain the research design used to obtain the data collected.Explain the reinforcement schedule most likely applied to Walter.Discuss how the data does or does not support the hypothesis.
Use the excerpt from the Declaration of the Immediate Causes to answer the question.Using the excerpt, answer (a), (b), and (c).(a) In 23 sentences, summarize TWO conditions or events leading up to the secession of the Confederate states.(b) In 12 sentences, explain ONE justification given by the Confederate States of America for secession.(c) In 12 sentences, explain ONE main reason that the Civil War was fought.
A medical researcher conducted a study to investigate whether exercising can lower cholesterol. From a sample of 150 adult volunteers with high cholesterol, 75 were randomly assigned to pursue an exercise program that includes daily jogging and strength training. The remaining 75 were asked to refrain from vigorous activity. At the end of six months, the people in the exercise group substantially reduced their cholesterol, while the people in the no-exercise group did not experience a reduction. Which of the following is the most appropriate conclusion?A) There is evidence that exercise causes a reduction in cholesterol, and the conclusion can be generalized to all adults. B) There is evidence that exercise causes a reduction in cholesterol, and the conclusion can be generalized to all adults who exercise.C) There is evidence that exercise causes a reduction in cholesterol, and the conclusion can be generalized to adults similar to those study volunteers with high cholesterol.D) Although cause-and-effect cannot be established, there is an association between exercising and a reduction in cholesterol for the population of all adults.E) Although cause-and-effect cannot be established, there is an association between exercising and a reduction in cholesterol for the population of all adults who exercise.
Which of the following lines of poetry most clearly reflects a tone of happiness?I WILL GIVE BRAINLIESTA "Spoken slightly through the nose, with a whistle at the close."B "And you discover in an old man's eye some sparkle of the days gone by."C "And, as the trail choked with weeds, fade from the memory of the land."D "My heart is like a singing bird whose nest is in a water'd shoot;"
One day my friend TiMI told me that she'd gotten a written warning at work for being late again. I asked her why she didn't seem bothered, and she waved her hand in the air and said, "They don't pay me enough to be on time." Using the Response-ability Axes, how can TiMI move closer to the center point?