Demo | Repub | Other | |

0 | 100 | 75 | 20 |

1 | 130 | 90 | 20 |

2 | 120 | 110 | 52 |

3 | 110 | 150 | 78 |

4 | 100 | 175 | 25 |

**1.** Compute a one sample T-test to determine if the occupational
prestige average scores of the category "other" is different
from the rest of this population.

**2.** Treating this as a random sample of the population,
compute confidence intervals of average prestige scores for each
party with a 99% confidence level.

**13.2**

_{Person} | _{Gender} | _{Distance from School} |

_{A} | _{F}
| _{5 MILES} |

_{B} | _{F}
| _{8} |

_{C} | _{F}
| _{15} |

_{D} | _{F}
| _{18} |

_{E} | _{M}
| _{2} |

_{F} | _{M}
| _{6} |

_{G} | _{M}
| _{12} |

_{H} | _{M}
| _{14} |

_{I} | _{M}
| _{17} |

_{J} | _{M}
| _{20} |

_{1.}_{ Compute
the T-test to answer the question: "Do males and females
differ with respect to average miles students live from school
in the whole population from which this sample was drawn?"}

_{2.}_{ Compute
the Confidence Interval of proportions to answer this question
for the following data: "What is the margin of error in percentage
points of these proportions if we generalize them to the whole
population from which this sample was drawn?"
}

_{Social Adjustment} | ||||||

_{Hi}
| _{MedHi} | _{Med}
| _{MedLo} | _{Lo}
| ||

_{Marital} | _{Single}
| _{10} | _{20}
| _{70} | _{60}
| _{40} |

_{Status} | _{Married}
| _{100} | _{50}
| _{50} | _{10}
| _{10} |