## Question

###### The human resources department large organization wants t0 know which days of the week employees are absent in five-day work week Most would like t0 believe that employees are absent equally during the week: Suppose random sample of 125 managers in the organization were asked on which day of the week they had tne highes number of employee absences, and the results were distributed in the table below For the population of employees conduct goodness-of-fit test at 1% significant level to determine

The human resources department large organization wants t0 know which days of the week employees are absent in five-day work week Most would like t0 believe that employees are absent equally during the week: Suppose random sample of 125 managers in the organization were asked on which day of the week they had tne highes number of employee absences, and the results were distributed in the table below For the population of employees conduct goodness-of-fit test at 1% significant level to determine whether the days for tne highest number of absences occur with equal frequencies during five-day work week Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Number of Absences 35 What are the null and alternative hypotheses? Ho: The absent days occur with unequal frequences, that is, they do not fit a uniform distribution. Ha; The absent days occur with equal frequencies, that is, they do fit a uniform distribution. Ho: The absent days occur with equal frequences that they do fit a uniform distribution. Ha; The absent days occur with unequal frequencies_ that E they do not fit = unifomm distribution_ The absent days occur with equal frequences that IS, they do fit a uniform distribution Ha: The absent days occur wilh equal frequencies that tney do fit a uniform distribution Ho: The absent days occur wilh unequal frequences that is Ihey do not fit uniform distribution The absent days occur with unequal frequencies that they do not fit a uniform distribution: b) What are the expected (E) values of absenteeism for each day? Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Number of Absences