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Z test of the Hypothesis for the Mean Data Ho: The Population Mean ( Mu) = 1.0000 Level of Significance (alpha) = 0.05 Population Standard Deviation (Sigma) = 1.0000 Sample Size (n) = 1.0000 Sample Mean (Xbar) = 1.0000 Intermediate Calculations Standard Error of the Mean (Sigma Xbar) = 1.0000 Z Statistic 0.0000 Two Tailed Test Lower Critical Value -1.9600 Upper Critical Value 1.9600 p-Value 1 Lower (Left) Tailed Test Lower Critical Value -1.6449 p-Value 0.5 Upper (Right) Tailed Test Upper Critical Value 1.6449 p-Value 0.5

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t Test of the Hypothesis for the Mean Data Null Hypothesis: Population Mean (Mu) = 4 Level of Significance: (alpha) = 0.05 Sample Size: (n) = 2 Sample Mean (Xbar) = 1.0000 Sample Standard Deviation (s) = 1.0000 Intermediate Calculations Standard Error of the Mean (s/sqrt(n)) = 0.7071 Degrees of Freedom (n - 1) =
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Unformatted text preview: 1 t Test Statistic =-4.2426 Two-Tail Test Lower Critical Value-12.7062 Upper Critical Value 12.7062 p-Value 0.15 Calculation Area Lower-Tail Test For one-Tailed Tests Lower Critical Value-6.3138 TDIST 0.07 p-Value 0.07 (1-TDIST) 0.93 Upper-Tailed Test Upper Critical Value 6.3138 p-Value 0.93 Z Test for the Population Proportion (Pie) Data Null Hypothesis: Pie = 0.5000 Level of Significance 0.0500 Number of Successes 1 Sample Size 2 Intermediate Calculations Sample Proportion 0.5000 Standard Error 0.3536 Z Test Statistic 0.0000 Two-Tail Test Lower Critical Value-1.9600 Upper Critical Value 1.9600 p-Value 1 Left or Lower-Tailed Test Lower Critical Value-1.6449 p-Value 0.5 Right or left-Tailed Test Upper Critical Value 1.6449 p-Value 0.5...
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## This note was uploaded on 01/19/2011 for the course ACCT 3120 taught by Professor Fesslor during the Spring '10 term at UCM.

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