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Use the following information to answer the next two exercises. The Eastern and Western Major League Soccer conferences have a new Reserve Division that allows new players to develop their skills. Data for a randomly picked date showed the following annual goals.Conduct a hypothesis test to answer the next two exercises.table cannot copyThe exact distribution for the hypothesis test is:a. the normal distributionb. the Student's t-distributionc. the uniform distributiond. the exponential distribution

the distribution is Student's $t$ distribution, the answer is part b.

Intro Stats / AP Statistics

Chapter 10

Hypothesis Testing with Two Samples

Section 1

Two Population Means with Unknown Standard Deviations

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this question. We're given data on the goals scored for soccer teams in the Western Division and in the Eastern Division, and we're about to conduct a hypothesis test to see whether there is a difference in the average number of goals scored in the two divisions. For this question, we are asked the exact distribution for the hypothesis test, and because this data was taken on a randomly selected time, we do not have the data for all times. We do not have the data for the total population of games played, which would go on indefinitely so we can't use the population standard deviations. Instead, we must rely on standard deviations of the samples and therefore the distribution follows a student's T distribution. So the answer is B. The hypothesis test follows the student's T distribution.

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