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10.1 - Hypotheses Null Hypothesis - Denoted H 0 specifies a population model parameter and proposes a value for that parameter Alternative Hypothesis - Denoted H A contains the values of the parameter that we consider plausible if we reject the null hypothesis 10.2 - A Trial as a Hypothesis Test 10.3 - P-Values P-Value - the probability given the null hypothesis When there is a low P-Value, you should reject the hypothesis What to Do with an "Innocent" Defendant If there is a moderately low P-Value but not low enough to be convincing, there is insufficient evidence 10.4 - The Reasoning of Hypothesis Testing Hypotheses H 0 : parameter = hypothesized value H A contains the value of the parameter we consider plausible when we reject the null Model Model should end with statements such as: Because the conditions are satisfied, we can model the sampling distribution of the proportion with a Normal model § Because the conditions are not satisfied, we can't proceed with the test § One Proportion Z-test ࠵? =

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