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The accountant for Thomas’s Furniture Store is concerned regarding the outstanding receivable owed the company. There has been a cash flow problem and it is believed that the slow collection of
accounts receivable is partially the blame. The accountant believes that 40% of the present accounts are more than 4 months behind in making payments. To be able to make a decision regarding this belief, a random sample of 100 accounts was taken. It was found that 37 accounts were more than 4 months late. Did the sample data confirm the accountant’s belief? Use the .05 significant level for the statistical test.
I think they should run a thorough check on the accounts to see the if there is only 37 accounts that are more than 4 months.
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User: The accountant for Thomas’s Furniture Store is concerned regarding the outstanding receivable owed the company. There has been a cash flow problem and it is believed that the slow collection of accounts receivable is partially the blame. The accountant believes that 40% of the present accounts are more than 4 months behind in making payments. To be able to make a decision regarding this belief, a random sample of 100 accounts was taken. It was found that 37 accounts were more than 4 months late. Did the sample data confirm the accountant’s belief? Use the .05 significant level for the statistical test.

Weegy: I think they should run a thorough check on the accounts to see the if there is only 37 accounts that are more than 4 months.
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User: a paired t- test B. two different t tests C. an ANOVA test D. a two sample test

Weegy: ... PAIRED! Therefore you have to compare the two samples by a paired t-test. ... different types of tests that you're going to run. The one we want to run is a two sample D. a two sample test
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