How many of the mother-child dyads with children 3 to 5 years old were available for contact for the follow-up study? How many mother-child dyads were included in the initial intervention group for the follow up study? What frequency and percent of the mother-child dyads were unable to be contacted in the intervention group?

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## A study investigated whether price affects people’s judgment. Twenty people each tasted six cabernet sauvignon wines and rated

A study investigated whether price affects people's judgment. Twenty people each tasted six cabernet sauvignon wines and rated how they liked them on a scale of 1 to 6. Prior to tasting each wine, participants were told the price of the wine. Of the six wines tasted, two were actually the same wine, but for one tasting the participant was told that the wine cost $10 per bottle and for the other tasting the participant was told that the wine cost $90 per bottle. The participants were randomly assigned either to taste the $90 wine first and the $10 wine second, or the $10 wine first and the $90 wine second. Differences were calculated by subtracting the rating for the tasting in which the participant thought the wine cost $10 from the rating for the tasting in which the participant thought the wine cost $90.Difference ($90 − $10):3 , 4 ,2 ,2 , 1, 0, 0, 3, 0, 2, 1, 3, 3, 1, 4, 1, 2, 2, 1, −1Carry out a hypothesis test to determine if the mean rating assigned to the wine when the cost is described as $90 is greater than the mean rating assigned to the wine when the cost is described as $10. Use α = 0.01. (Use a statistical computer package to calculate the P-value. Use μ$90 − μ$10. Round your test statistic to two decimal places, your df down to the nearest whole number, and your P-value to three decimal places)

## What unique exchange do the Natives and the English do? what was the purpose?

What unique exchange do the Natives and the English do? what was the purpose?

## In one month, Jason earns $32.50 less than twice the amount Kevin earns. Jason earns $212.50. Write and solve an algebraic equation

In one month, Jason earns $32.50 less than twice the amount Kevin earns. Jason earns $212.50. Write and solve an algebraic equation to show how to find the amount that Kevin earns.

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## Every ride at the country fair costs the same amount. The cost of one ride is $2.25. The fair entry

Every ride at the country fair costs the same amount. The cost of one ride is $2.25. The fair entry fee is $6.50. Lupe paid the entrance fee and rode 7 rides. How much did Lupe pay in all?

## What is the measure of bdc, given that figure adcb is a rectangle?

What is the measure of bdc, given that figure adcb is a rectangle?

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## I dont have a question i just wanna give free points and mark yall brainliestSO SAY ANYTHING! (something

I dont have a question i just wanna give free points and mark yall brainliest SO SAY ANYTHING! (something clean)

## What is 855 divided by 9?

What is 855 divided by 9?

## What are symbols in the scarlet letter

What are symbols in the scarlet letter