About 30% of people age 50 to 60 suffer from mild depression. a researcher is interested in determining if a vitamin d supplement will increase or decrease the proportion of people that have mild depression. the researcher randomly selects 500 people between the ages of 50 and 60 and ask them to take a vitamin d supplement for 6 months. at the end of the six months, the participants are asked to complete a survey. a psychologist then classifies each participant as either depressed or not. the psychologist classifies 158 people as depressed. is the proportion of people that are classified as depressed different from 0.30? what is the null and alternative hypothesis?
1. no they did not start new programs
2. no but when Germany was in the great depression it was Hitlers chance to help his people.(over night, the middle class standard of living so many German families enjoyed was ruined by events outside of Germany, beyond their control. The Great Depression began and they were cast into poverty and deep misery and began looking for a solution, any solution. Adolf Hitler knew his opportunity had arrived.
3. no they didn't move from capitalism to another economic system.(By mid-1930, amid the economic pressures of the Great Depression, the German democratic government was beginning to unravel. Gustav Stresemann, the outstanding German Foreign Minister, had died in October 1929, just before the Wall Street crash. He had spent years working to restore the German economy and stabilize the republic and died, having exhausted himself in the process.)
bipolar depression is the ups and downs eperienced
depression without bipolar yo uwill not feel mood swings
depression can kill your self but sad feelings can make you feeling well
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The causes of the Great Depression included the stock market crash of 1929, bank failures, and a drought that lasted throughout the 1930s. During this time, the nation faced high unemployment, people lost their homes and possessions, and nearly half of American banks closed.
There is not necessarily a sad event associated with it
But being depressed can last for days/months/years.. makes you shut out of the world, makes you uninterested in things, makes you have suicidal thoughts and other stuffs.
They’re both similar..(my opinion)