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4. Margin of error,
a.
(90% confidence),
(95% confidence),
(99% confidence)
); be able to find 90%, 95%, and 99% confidence intervals.
5. Confidence intervals: (̂ ̂
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6. Writing hypotheses
and : See Step 1 on the next page.
7. The mean
8. The test statistic (̂ ̂) 9. What is a value? How do you find the value? How to you use the value to make a conclusion?
10. Be able to do hypothesis testing for differences in population proportions; for example, see Lesson 9.3.2.
a. See the next page for an outline of the steps for hypothesis testing.
11. Be able to interpret confidence intervals, margin of error, values, and hypothesis testing decisions
12. Be able to read about the conclusions of someone else’s hypothesis testing and say if you agree or disagree
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