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Same format as last time (multiple choice/short answer) 200 total points “Slightly” cumulative Focus on material in lecture, but responsible for all material Formula sheet given along with all relevant tables If not on inside front cover, need to know it!! Like Degrees of Freedom for t-test
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Prediction Least-squares criterion Finding regression equation; predicting Y’ from X Assumptions of regression Using r with prediction Properties of regression line Standard error of the estimate - properties, range Exam 2 Review
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Interpreting correlation and regression Restriction of range/range of talent Regression toward the mean coefficient of determination/non- determination Discontinuous distributions Pooling data
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Probability Addition theorem (“or” rule) Multiplication theorem (“and” rule) Assumptions of each
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Unformatted text preview: Binomial distribution Binomial expansion Using binomial table Sampling Random sampling Sampling distribution Sampling distribution of the mean Properties Using sampling distribution of the mean to calculate a z-score for a mean Standard error of the mean - using to calculate z-score Central Limit Theorem Statistical Inference Null/Alternative Hypotheses Level of signicance/ Regions of rejection/retention One-tailed/two-tailed tests One-sample z-test One-sample t-test Estimating standard error of the mean (using s X instead of S X ) Degrees of freedom (df) Interpreting hypothesis tests Statistically signicant Effect size Errors in hypothesis testing Statistical power Factors affecting power Power curves...
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