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Statistics for Economists Lecture 16 Kata Bognar UCLA Hypothesis Test for the Population Mean Hypothesis Test for the Mean with Known Population Standard Deviation (z-Test) Hypothesis Test for the Mean with Unknown Population Standard Deviation (t-Test) Statistics for Economists Lecture 16 Kata Bognar UCLA November 30, 2010
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Statistics for Economists Lecture 16 Kata Bognar UCLA Hypothesis Test for the Population Mean Hypothesis Test for the Mean with Known Population Standard Deviation (z-Test) Hypothesis Test for the Mean with Unknown Population Standard Deviation (t-Test) Announcements Homework 6 is due on Thursday. Practice finals are online.
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Statistics for Economists Lecture 16 Kata Bognar UCLA Hypothesis Test for the Population Mean Hypothesis Test for the Mean with Known Population Standard Deviation (z-Test) Hypothesis Test for the Mean with Unknown Population Standard Deviation (t-Test) Final - Announcement The final exam is cumulative , it covers Chapters 3.6 - 4.3, in addition to all chapters covered by the two midterms and the lecture notes. The final is on Monday, December 6, 3:00pm - 6pm. Students with last names A - LE take the exam in MOORE 100. Students with last names LI - Z take the exam in FRANZ 1178. Photo IDs will checked so please bring your ID . You will have 180 minutes to answer multiple choice and short answer questions. No notes or books are permitted in the exam. You may bring a calculator but no cell phones, laptops, etc. is allowed. No own paper is needed. All answers need to be written on the handed out exam forms.
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Statistics for Economists Lecture 16 Kata Bognar UCLA Hypothesis Test for the Population Mean Hypothesis Test for the Mean with Known Population Standard Deviation (z-Test) Hypothesis Test for the Mean with Unknown Population Standard Deviation (t-Test) Last Lecture Hypothesis testing
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Statistics for Economists Lecture 16 Kata Bognar UCLA Hypothesis Test for the Population Mean Hypothesis Test for the Mean with Known Population Standard Deviation (z-Test) Hypothesis Test for the Mean with Unknown Population Standard Deviation (t-Test) Today’s Outline 1 z-Test for population mean 2 t-Test for population mean 3 Readings: TH, Chapter 4.3, Example 4.4 - 2. Suggested readings: WS, Chapter 9 W, Chapter 9.1 - 9.4
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Economists Lecture 16 Kata Bognar UCLA Hypothesis Test for the Population Mean Hypothesis Test for the Mean with Known Population Standard Deviation (z-Test) Hypothesis Test for the Mean with Unknown Population Standard Deviation (t-Test) Hypothesis Testing - Summary State the null and the alternative hypotheses for the test. Identify a test statistic and its distribution. Obtain a decision rule.
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