MATH 221 HOMEWORK 07 FA 09

# MATH 221 HOMEWORK 07 FA 09 - MATH 221 Statistics for...

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MATH 221 Statistics for Decision - Making Assignment 7    Student Name Section  Instructor Due Date  Part 1 2 3 4 Total Maximum  Points 25   points 25   points 25   points 25   points 100   points Your Score    Textbook Reading Assignment Thoroughly read Chapter(s) 7 in your  Statistics  textbook.     Part 1 Glossary Terms - Hypothesis Testing Define, in detail, each of these glossary terms from the realm of statistics and mathematics, in general.  If applicable, use examples to support your definitions.   Consult your notes or course textbook(s) as references or the Internet by visiting Web sites such as: http://www.askjeeves.com http://www.bing.com http://www.encarta.com      (a) Hypothesis Testing (b) H A (c) H 0 (d) Type I Error (e) Type II Error Part 2 Exercises - Hypothesis Testing For  (1)  through  (5)  : choose from (a)   , (b)   , (c)   , (d) or (e) to answer the given problem.

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