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Final Exam – HIMS 650 Fall 2015 SOLUTIONS


Directions:
Please answer all questions. There are 14 questions and the exam is worth 25% of your total grade. The questions are not equally weighted. The point
value for each question is listed below (100 points total). Data needed to complete the exam are contained in this Excel file.
All answers are to be contained in one excel file. You can save this file under your name and complete the work within this file. Please do not delete
this tab, the instructions tab.
This is an open book, open notes exam. The one limitation is that you may NOT work with other people. This test must be completed independently.
Show your work to gain partial credit.
Be sure your name is on your document. Good luck!

Name:
Problem #

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Your Points

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Julie Moultrie

The 10 questions on this page are multiple choice. Please enter your answers into column M in the shaded box.
Q1. Which of the words below are typically used to describe quantitative research methods? (Select all
that apply.)
A. Subjective
B. Objective
C. Descriptive
D. Numeric
E. Random
F. Focus is on the research subject's view

Your Answer to Q1:

B. D. E.

Total Points =

Your Answer to Q2 #1
Your Answer to Q2 #2
Your Answer to Q2 #3

B.
C.
A.

Total Points =

Your Answer to Q3 #1:

C.

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Your Answer to Q4:

B.

Total Points =

Your Answer to Q5:

B.

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Your Answer to Q6:

B.

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Your Answer to Q7:

B.

Total Points =

Your Answer to Q8:

B.

Total Points =

Your Answer to Q9:

C.

Total Points =

Your Answer to Q10:

C.
Total Points =
dep, indep, numerical, increase, decrease

Q2: Match the appropriate inferential statistical test to the provided definitions.
A. t test
B. ANOVA
C. Chi-Square

1. Used to test independence for more than 2 means (i.e.
compares the means of more than 2 groups)
Letter: _______
2. Used to test the independence between 2 or more categorical
variables
Letter: _______
3. Used to compare means of 2 groups
Letter: _______

Q3: What is the risk of performing the t=test using pooled variance, if the variances between the 2
samples are actually unequal (i.e.. fail the F test) ?
A. Your result will only be applicable for a one-tail t-test
B. You will fail to adjust for sample size.
C. You may falsely accept or reject the null hypothesis.

Q4. The probability that a new advertising campaign will increase sales is assessed as being 0.80. The
probability that the cost of developing the new ad campaign can be kept within the original budget
allocation is 0.40. Assuming that the two events are independent, the probability that the cost is kept
within budget and the campaign will increase sales is: (Select the correct answer from the choices
below.)
A. 0.20
B. 0.32
C. 0.40
D. 0.88

Q5. Which variable in the following list is a categorical variable? (Select the correct answer from the
choices below.)
A. Country
B. Height
C. Daylight Savings Time

Q6. According to the empirical rule, if the data form a "bell-shaped curve" (normal distribution),
approximately what percent of the observations will be contained within + /- 2 standard deviations
from the arithmetic mean. (Select the correct answer from the choices below.)
A.
B.
C.
D.

99.7
95.0
75.0
68.3

Q7. You believe that there is a relationship between heart failure readmissions to the hospital and
patients being educated on heart fialure symptoms. What would your null (H0) and alternative (H1)
hypotheses be? (Select the correct answer from the choices below.)
A. H0: Heart failure readmissions and patient education are independent. H1: Heart failure readmissions
are dependent on patient education.
B. H0: Heart failure readmissions are dependent on patient education. H1: Heart failure readmissions
and patient education are independent.

Q8. Which of the following distributions is/are discrete probability distribution(s) (select all that apply)?
A.
B.
C.
D.

Normal Distribution
Poisson Distribution
F Distribution
Binomial Distribution

Q9. A confidence interval was used to estimate the proportion of statistics students that are males. A
random sample of 115 statistics students generated the following 90% confidence interval: (0.557,
0.673). Based on the interval above, is the population proportion of males equal to 0.60?
A) Yes, and we are 90% sure of it.
B) Yes, and we are 95% sure of it.
C) Maybe. 0.60 is a believable value of the proportion based on the information given.
D) No. The proportion is 54.17%.
E) No, and we are 90% sure of it.
F) No, and we are 95% sure of it.

Q10. This question is related to simple linear regression. In simple linear regression, the goal is to determine if
there is a linear change in the _______ variable based on a change in the ______ variable. The dependent
variable will always be a ________ variable. If a negative relationship is found, this means that as the
independent variable _______, the dependent variable _______.
(Select the correct answer from the choices below to correctly fill in the blank words.)
A. dependent, independent, categorical, increases, decreases
B. independent, dependent, categorical, increases, decreases
C. independent, dependent, categorical, decreases, increases
C. dependent, independent, numerical, increases, decreases
D. dependent, independent, numerical, decreases, increases
E. independent, dependent, numerical, decreases, increases

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38 0
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Q12. The wait times at an emergency room are g iven in columns A and B.
A. Generate a frequency distribution of 12 Bins for emergency room wait. Use the =MIN() , =MAX(), and
=FREQUENCY() functions.
B.Make sure the graph includes a title. Label the x and y axis.
C. Suppose a patient is selected at random. Let A = the event the patient’s wait is between 25 and 30 minutes.
Find the probability of A.

S how your Bins her
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Q11. A random sample of 10 independent observations from a normally distributed population yielded the following values 151, 153,
149, 143, 147, 146, 145, 130, 160, 152.
a) Using α = .05, test the hypothesis that the true mean is 150 against the alternative that the true mean is not 150. You will calculate
confidence limits to solve this problem. Show your work.
b) State the conclusion.

a)
95% lower CL
95% upper CL
B)

Q13. Refer to the tab titled "ED Satisfaction" for data required to solve this problem. You are looking at results of patient satisfaction from 2 different hospitals in your healthcare system
related to patient experience in the Emergency Department (ED). One hundred patients from each hospital took a survey related to their satisfaction after being treated in the ED. The
survey results were calculated on a scale from 0 to 10, with 10 indicating complete satisfaction. Hospitals are titled Hospital A and Hospital B. You want to know if patient satisfaction in the
ED was the same or different based on the hospital.
Answer questions 1 through 3 below.

#1. What is your null hypothesis (H0) for this research topic? (Select either A or B from below.)
A. ED patient satisfaction is dependent on which hospital treatment was recieved from.
B. There is no difference in patient satisfaction related to the ED experience in Hospital A or Hospital B.

#2. Calculate the mean of the patient satisfaction score for each hospital.
A. ______ Hospital A patient satistaction
B. ______ Hospital B patient satisfaction

#3. Perform the appropriate statistical test to test for significance between the the two groups. Note, you can use the "data analysis toolpak" to get your result. Based on your
results:
A. What p-value did you find and is this significant?
B. Would you accept or reject the null hypothesis?

Q14. Refer to the tab titled "Financial Data" for data required to solve this problem. This data represents financial data associated with 4 different types of readmissions. Use
the column titled "Cause of Readmission" and the column titled "Length of Stay" to answer the following questions.
Answer questions 1 through 2 below.

#1. What is an appropriate null hypothesis (H0) for this data analysis?
A. There is a significant difference in length of stay for the 4 different causes of readmissions.
B. There is no difference in length of stay for the 4 different causes of readmissions.

#2. Perform a one-way ANOVA to test for significant difference in Length of Stay between the 4 causes for readmissions. (It is recommended that you use the data
analysis toolpak addin to perform the test. You will need to rearange the data to be able to run the test appropriately. You can create a new tab with the data ordered
in the way that is required to run this test.)
Based on the p-value from your ANOVA test, woul d you accept or reject your null hypothesis ? Explain why.

Hospital A

Hospital B
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3.2
3.6
8.0
5.2
5.1
9.6
9.9
5.8
6.7
0.6
9.3
1.6
0.2
5.5
1.7
4.5
8.4
9.3
1.9
8.1
9.2
8.9
2.6
7.1
8.1
0.9

9.9
6.1
6.8
8.3
3.0
0.9
9.9
3.8
6.1
9.3
3.4
7.2
5.3
6.9
9.0
2.5
5.5
3.9
8.6
4.5
3.0
5.2
0.2
0.7
2.6
8.0
7.0
5.9
1.1
8.8
6.3
3.7
4.3
9.0
8.2
7.4
8.3
7.6
2.7
3.2
4.1
9.2
9.9
7.4
6.6
8.2
7.6
7.5
9.2
3.7
8.1
9.5
7.9
6.5
6.9
3.9
3.8
9.3
6.3
8.9
10.0
8.7
9.7
8.6
6.2
8.3
7.2
7.0
3.8
4.5
3.7
4.5
7.6
10.0
7.1
9.5
3.1
7.9
8.8
1.2
8.9
7.7
6.5
8.9

1.0
9.3
7.2
7.5
5.6
8.4
9.4
1.1
0.6
9.8
2.0
7.7
0.7
0.7
8.3
6.7

6.8
9.0
7.0
9.4
9.0
7.7
2.7
5.9
8.5
7.6
5.0
8.1
6.6
5.3
10.0
7.5

Net Income
Cost for Readmission Contribution Margin
(payments
Cost for Readmission (Direct & Indirect
(payments minus Direct minus all
Cause for Readmission Length of Stay (Direct Cost)
Cost)
Cost)
costs)
Stroke
2
2,918.52
4,662.57
302.48
-1,441.57
Stroke
4
6,126.04
10,283.49
7,659.49
3,502.04
Stroke
21
34,254.54
49,821.55
-34,254.54
-49,821.55
Stroke
4
6,552.89
9,712.34
5,600.18
2,440.73
Stroke
6
7,527.53
13,344.35
2,582.65
-3,234.17
Stroke
6
10,130.00
14,938.41
-4,333.01
-9,141.42
Stroke
4
4,062.03
6,759.87
11,841.31
9,143.47
Stroke
3
9,810.99
16,237.06
6,092.35
-333.72
Stroke
0
7,004.56
10,107.25
-3,816.56
-6,919.25
Stroke
2
3,415.81
6,164.34
4,694.73
1,946.20
Stroke
4
5,714.02
8,542.52
8,012.06
5,183.56
Stroke
4
10,099.63
15,408.73
-1,509.29
-6,818.39
Stroke
8
13,232.88
19,471.54
434.25
-5,804.41
Stroke
13
24,369.46
36,267.13
-10,577.92
-22,475.59
Stroke
1
2,541.71
4,011.66
6,038.03
4,568.08
Stroke
2
3,124.63
4,498.31
1,702.62
328.94
Stroke
9
18,791.70
27,502.88
-8,721.85
-17,433.03
Stroke
10
14,250.70
24,682.84
12,575.80
2,143.66
GI bleed
6
13,644.71
19,962.66
3,710.95
-2,607.00
GI bleed
7
10,641.59
17,457.52
17,331.56
10,515.63
GI bleed
6
19,804.83
32,001.11
12,920.91
724.63
GI bleed
12
19,963.48
32,880.62
6,702.69
-6,214.45
GI bleed
64
129,991.43
193,072.59
109,846.26
46,765.10
GI bleed
6
12,268.38
20,159.23
-3,897.03
-11,787.88
GI bleed
7
16,367.14
26,061.84
8,588.13
-1,106.57
GI bleed
8
21,415.23
34,698.89
4,430.16
-8,853.50
GI bleed
19
87,459.32
123,875.69
-87,459.32 -123,875.69
GI bleed
7
5,195.98
9,438.76
-6.62
-4,249.40
GI bleed
7
10,577.25
17,920.86
-4,310.07
-11,653.68
GI bleed
1
4,461.89
7,489.02
-2,900.72
-5,927.85
GI bleed
7
13,105.81
21,026.30
503.44
-7,417.05
GI bleed
21
32,881.21
52,215.48
-10,518.27
-29,852.54
GI bleed
5
11,913.88
17,580.10
1,504.32
-4,161.90
GI bleed
3
7,219.69
11,569.92
2,439.11
-1,911.12
GI bleed
125
380,925.88
611,084.63
66,334.11 -163,824.64
GI bleed
5
7,812.40
11,141.75
5,854.60
2,525.25
GI bleed
4
11,157.51
16,504.90
-38.51
-5,385.90
GI bleed
13
23,316.11
33,744.85
10,734.89
306.15
GI bleed
2
1,028.09
1,683.89
1,026.25
370.45
GI bleed
14
16,616.67
27,906.64
16,965.33
5,675.36
GI bleed
20
22,514.15
38,089.79
25,095.85
9,520.21
GI bleed
3
7,550.32
10,793.76
6,607.11
3,363.67
GI bleed
6
10,522.42
15,477.25
3,635.01
-1,319.82
GI bleed
3
11,655.19
17,146.59
13,539.07
8,047.67
GI bleed
7
7,753.23
13,323.02
-4,127.58
-9,697.37
GI bleed
6
18,359.35
26,862.81
-11,120.65
-19,624.11
GI bleed
4
7,183.82
10,081.45
-1,344.29
-4,241.92
GI bleed
4
7,641.23
12,393.07
4,799.39
47.55
GI bleed
13
29,042.65
41,740.96
-21,627.09
-34,325.40
GI bleed
7
10,683.13
16,645.19
-3,733.57
-9,695.63
GI bleed
6
20,846.80
33,526.36
-13,560.15
-26,239.71
GI bleed
12
32,297.84
48,622.88
-10,229.69
-26,554.73
GI bleed
3
6,478.88
9,369.63
1,063.85
-1,826.90
GI bleed
6
9,014.08
13,081.15
-1,622.20
-5,689.27
GI bleed
4
7,790.32
10,894.00
-2,666.93
-5,770.61
GI bleed
15
21,518.37
31,594.07
-10,430.36
-20,506.06
GI bleed
4
5,727.10
8,659.04
1,904.49
-1,027.45
GI bleed
4
8,336.49
12,372.10
-944.61
-4,980.22
GI bleed
6
13,228.18
19,526.87
-5,596.59
-11,895.28
GI bleed
5
14,288.42
23,899.36
-7,338.86
-16,949.80
GI bleed
10
16,953.57
26,700.66
-9,666.92
-19,414.01
GI bleed
10
19,820.92
30,975.46
-12,534.27
-23,688.81
GI bleed
18
29,905.40
47,439.19
-8,969.44
-26,503.23
GI bleed
17
65,136.85
99,204.41
-33,408.50
-67,476.06
GI bleed
5
12,756.26
20,926.11
-5,651.15
-13,821.00
GI bleed
7
15,392.46
22,183.58
-6,419.09
-13,210.21
GI bleed
3
4,819.55
7,122.36
2,470.62
167.81
GI bleed
1
4,904.67
7,205.43
2,607.40
306.64
GI bleed
7
13,036.49
19,207.08
-5,715.76
-11,886.35
GI bleed
7
8,101.95
14,204.40
-3,937.79
-10,040.24
GI bleed
5
8,154.63
12,242.43
-1,204.35
-5,292.15
GI bleed
7
18,654.11
26,403.31
-1,487.16
-9,236.36
Other
11
26,185.48
37,791.74
15,709.95
4,103.69
Other
10
43,017.45
63,146.31
-40,499.05
-60,627.91
Other
2
8,450.48
12,147.31
54,390.27
50,693.44
Other
6
11,971.95
17,924.75
18,467.01
12,514.21
Other
25
38,717.19
65,784.58
36,504.06
9,436.67
Other
1
878.17
1,324.07
10,004.39
9,558.49
Other
7
50,819.52
70,275.06
233,448.90
213,993.36
Other
1
1,704.41
2,548.50
1,751.13
907.04
Other
15
14,627.96
25,215.99
-2,120.03
-12,708.06

Other
Other
Other
Other
Other
Other
Other
Other
Other
Other
Other
Other
Other
Other
Other
Other
Other
Other
Other
Other
Other
Other
Other
Other
Other
Other
Other
Vtach &/or AICD fire
Vtach &/or AICD fire
Vtach &/or AICD fire
Vtach &/or AICD fire
Vtach &/or AICD fire
Vtach &/or AICD fire
Vtach &/or AICD fire
Vtach &/or AICD fire
Vtach &/or AICD fire
Vtach &/or AICD fire
Vtach &/or AICD fire
Vtach &/or AICD fire
Vtach &/or AICD fire
Vtach &/or AICD fire
Vtach &/or AICD fire
Vtach &/or AICD fire

33
4
11
1
2
2
6
1
0
5
4
36
19
9
0
69
3
8
7
38
1
3
4
1
4
2
10
5
34
19
49
2
1
0
11
6
1
6
7
4
2
1
128

41,395.92
3,292.14
10,892.48
2,403.59
2,706.58
2,124.40
7,447.04
1,009.94
1,345.97
7,251.14
9,701.59
37,843.82
40,537.88
10,347.35
502.81
553,201.72
4,522.75
11,245.61
12,664.94
127,857.56
2,471.98
25,101.78
4,987.47
1,792.17
5,566.23
3,810.49
11,077.33
8,671.91
39,313.13
25,446.41
327,441.59
2,249.49
2,755.24
826.74
30,122.53
10,842.52
1,487.62
19,169.92
5,462.37
4,256.29
1,454.75
4,834.22
389,334.55

68,132.25
5,442.01
17,865.45
3,630.46
4,017.51
3,148.89
11,025.15
1,627.64
2,320.24
10,580.84
14,144.58
62,280.81
67,417.61
15,277.24
741.18
777,109.97
6,531.25
16,724.82
17,829.47
213,022.78
3,752.89
32,932.28
8,101.97
2,756.24
9,171.45
6,450.39
18,923.88
13,962.84
65,005.33
43,301.83
499,434.53
4,108.83
4,091.08
1,388.61
46,206.47
16,233.59
2,184.46
27,085.14
9,825.48
6,303.56
2,140.38
7,740.82
600,278.05

-41,395.92
2,079.62
1,391.16
564.33
6,676.69
5,950.46
-2,273.50
904.76
936.83
2,369.64
-574.42
-19,537.49
-3,779.96
-3,464.14
-76.38
-89,298.98
2,774.44
-4,271.35
6,020.54
23,823.15
422.95
-15,933.98
2,289.03
-37.36
1,104.52
6,280.71
7,549.25
9,345.18
36,659.28
-6,082.33
18,358.68
2,593.51
2,742.04
617.31
-450.11
-3,916.62
4,519.55
-4,839.66
320.62
1,322.70
-13.82
9,552.99
23,539.80

-68,132.25
-70.25
-5,581.81
-662.54
5,365.76
4,925.97
-5,851.61
287.06
-37.44
-960.06
-5,017.41
-43,974.48
-30,659.69
-8,394.03
-314.75
-313,207.23
765.94
-9,750.56
856.01
-61,342.07
-857.96
-23,764.48
-825.47
-1,001.43
-2,500.70
3,640.81
-297.30
4,054.25
10,967.08
-23,937.75
-153,634.26
734.17
1,406.20
55.44
-16,534.05
-9,307.69
3,822.71
-12,754.88
-4,042.49
-724.57
-699.45
6,646.39
-187,403.70

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