# Question1 Inthe2006GeneralSocialSurvey,respondentswereaskedwhethertheyfavored(success)or opposed the death penalty for people convicted of murder. The results found that x = 1885 with n = 2815. (a) What is the sample proportion, pˆ? (b) Can you conclude that more than half of all American adults are in favor? Why? (c) Find a 95% confidence interval for the proportion of American adults who opposed the death penalty. Interpret. Question2 Accordingtoaunionagreement,themeanincomeforallsenior-levelassembly-lineworkers in a large company equals \$500 per week. A representative of a women’s group decides to analyze whether the mean income μ for female employees matches this norm. For a random sample of nine employees, Y ̄ = 410 and s = 90. a. Test whether the mean income of female employees differed from \$500 per week. Include assumptions, hypotheses, test statistic, and p-value. Interpret the results.

In the survey being conducted to see whether Americans are in favor of the death penalty or not, 2815 people make up the sample size. In a survey, the accuracy of the result is reduced by the size of the sample. The sensitivity of the survey conducted in estimating the...