Test_2_Study_Guide

# Test_2_Study_Guide - x Standard error Central Limit Theorem...

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Exam 2 Study Guide Exam 2 will cover pp. 73-143 in the course packet. Any material on those pages may be on the test. Below is a summary list of the topics covered. Topic 7 – Binomial Distribution Conditions of a binomial distribution Expected value, variance, and standard deviation of a binomial distribution Topic 8 – Normal Distribution Normal distribution Standard normal distribution Calculating probabilities Calculating percentiles Topic 9 – Sampling Distribution for the Sample Mean x Parameters and estimators Estimators vs. estimates Unbiased and biased estimators Consistent estimators Point and interval estimates Sampling distribution Sampling distribution for the sample mean

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Unformatted text preview: x Standard error Central Limit Theorem Topic 10 – Sampling Distribution for the Sample Proportion p Statistical Inference (Chapter 6 in Berk & Carey text) Topic 11 – Confidence Intervals for Population Mean Confidence intervals using z for population mean Level of confidence T distribution Confidence intervals using t for population mean Topic 12 – Hypothesis Test for one Population Mean Null and alternative hypothesis Type I and Type II errors Level of significance Z-statistic in hypothesis testing P-values Decision Rule T-statistic in hypothesis testing Topic 13 – Use of μ and σ in x-charts x charts Common causes of variation vs. special causes of variation...
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## This note was uploaded on 03/20/2012 for the course SCM 382867 taught by Professor Marilynblanco during the Spring '08 term at Pennsylvania State University, University Park.

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