We suspect the overall mean monthly rent of apartments in Shadyside is higher than in Oakland, so we survey a random sample of Oakland apartments, and a random sample ofShadyside apartments. Which of the following is the most appropriate statistical test to use to determine if the overall mean monthly rent of apartments in Shadyside is higher than in Oakland? Matched pairs t-test Two-sample t-test ANOVA Chi-squared test for independence Inference for regression 2. We suspect that automobile insurance premiums (in dollars) may be steadily decreasing with the driver’s driving experience (in years), so we choose a random sample of drivers who have similar automobile insurance coverage and collect data about their ages and insurance premiums. Which of the following is the most appropriate statistical test to use to determine if insurance premiums are decreasing with the driver’s driving experience? Matched pairs t-test Two-sample t-test ANOVA Chi-squared test for independence Inference for regression 3. To test whether Internet use increases depression score, we measure the depression scores of a random sample of non-Internet-users, have them use the Internet for a specified time, then measure their depression scores again. Which of the following is the most appropriate statistical test to use to test if Internet use decreases depression score? Matched pairs t-test Two-sample t-test ANOVA Chi-squared test for independence Inference for regression 6a. Please see attached. If column 1 is the price (in thousands of dollars) of a sample of five houses from ten years ago, and column 2 is the price (in thousands of dollars) of a sample of a different five houses from today, which of the following is the appropriate inference method to analyze these data? Matched pairs Two independent samples Inference for regression 6b. Please see attached. If column 1 is the age of the home in years, and column 2 is the price of the home (in thousands of dollars), which of the following is the appropriate inference method to analyze these data? Matched pairs Two independent samples Inference for regression 6c. Please see attached. If column 1 is the price (in thousands of dollars) of a sample of five houses from ten years ago, and column 2 is the price (in thousands of dollars) of the same homes today, which of the following is the appropriate inference method to analyze these data? Matched pairs Two independent samples Inference for regression