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Unformatted text preview: E xcel Name Course Content for H T( Hypothes is Test)
HT for one Population mean (σ is known) 10.1:Two-tailed test (σ k nown) 10.2:One-tailed test (σ k nown) 10.3: P-value 10.4 H T on the mean of a normal population (σ is u nknown) 11.1:independent vs dependent samples 11.2: Comparing two means using two i ndependent samples(σ's u nknown) Textbook section # H LS lesson # (Hawkes L ea rning System) Z test for population Mean 9.5: HT means: z value 9.4: HT means: P value HT for one Population mean (σ i s unknown) C I & HT for two Populations means with i ndependent samples (σ's are known) T test for Population Mean 9.6: HT means: t value z-Test: Two samples for M ean 10.2: HT-Two Means (sigma known) CI & HT for two Populations means with i ndependent samples (σ's are unknown) t-Test: Two samples assuming equal variances case t-Test: Two samples assuming u nequal variances t-Test: Paired T wo sample for Means 11.3: Comparing two means using two i ndependent samples(σ's u nknown) 10.3: HT-Two Means (sigma unknown) HT for paired/dependent small samples f rom two populations One-way Analysis of Variance (ANOVA) 11.5:Comparing the means of two normal populations using paired samples 11.6:Comparing More than Two Means: One Factor A NOVA 10.4: HT-Two Means (dependent samples) ANOVA: Single Factor 12.1: ANOVA H T for Population p roportion Z Test for One P roportion 12.2: HT for a population p roportion 12.3 Comparing two population p roportions (Large, I ndependent samples) 9.3: HT proportions: Z value 9.2 HT proportions: pvalue 10.1 HT-Two p roportions (Large I ndependent samples) Comparing two population p roportions Z Test for Two P roportions ...
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This note was uploaded on 03/12/2011 for the course DSCI 2710 taught by Professor Hossain during the Spring '08 term at North Texas.
- Spring '08