Can you reject the null hypothesis?

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8.
Basic questions about statistical inference
8.1
The central limit theorem in
statistics is used to make
inferences about

8.2
P-values in hypothesis tests for
a sample proportion are based
on

8.3
When we say a sample
estimate is “unbiased”
this
means

8.4
The variance of a sample
estimate is
a.
Always independent of the expected value of the sample estimate
b.
Never independent of the expected value of the sample estimate
c.
Equal to the variance of the population parameter
d.
The square root of the standard deviation of the sample estimate
e.
None of the above

8.5
The assumption that the
observations are
“independent and identically
distributed” in a linear
regression,
y
i
=
0
+
1
x
i
+
pertains to
i
,
i
1

8.6
The power of a test is the
complement of the error rate
when:

8.7
A p-value represents
a.
The probability that your results are correct