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Unformatted text preview: HYPOTHESIS TESTING PROCEDURE GIVEN: A claim about (with unknown ); p or ; Experimental data or statistics (, s, x, n, p-hat or s); Significance Level () From the CLAIM and COUNTER CLAIM determine H and H 1 and determine the TAILS (right, left or two tailed). Decide which method to use (Critical Value or p-value) Critical Value p- value From Test Statistic and tails of test, determine p-value From experimental data, calculate TEST STATISTIC From experimental data, calculate TEST STATISTIC From and tails of test, determine Critical Value and the Critical Region Compare p-value to . (Double p-value if Two Sided) Determine if Test Statistic is in the Critical Region If Test Statistic is in the Critical Region, reject H ; if not, fail to reject H . If p-value < , reject H . If p-value > , fail to reject H . State a conclusion about the null hypothesis (REJECT OR FAIL TO REJECT and the conclusion about the claim. CONVERTING CLAIM TO H AND H 1 AND TYPE OF TEST CLAIM COUNTER CLAIM...
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