• Chips Ahoy!Download .TXT file Open in Data Desk ?Link
  • Methods: Hypothesis Tests for Means, Statistical Inference, Confidence Intervals for Means, Hypothesis Tests
  • Source: Chance, 12, no. 1[1999]
  • Number of Cases: 16
  • Story:

    In 1998, as an advertising campaign, the Nabisco
    Company announced a “1000 Chips Challenge,” claiming that
    every 18-ounce bag of their Chips Ahoy! cookies contained at
    least 1000 chocolate chips. Dedicated statistics students at the
    Air Force Academy randomly selected
    bags of cookies and counted the chocolate chips. The data report their counts.

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