IV. Inference.
A. Confidence Intervals for Population Mean. (Ch. 8) B. Hypothesis Tests for Population Mean (Ch. 9) C. Hypothesis Test for Two Population Means (Ch. 10) D. Inference for Pop. Proportions (Ch. 11) 1. The Sampling Distribution for p 2. Confi
IV. Inference.
A. Confidence Intervals for Population Mean. (Ch. 8) B. Hypothesis Tests for Population Mean (Ch. 9) C. Hypothesis Test for Two Population Means (Ch. 10) D. Inference for Pop. Proportions (Ch. 11) 1. The Sampling Distribution for p 2. Confi
IV. Inference.
A. Confidence Intervals for Population Mean. (Chapter 8) 8) B. Hypothesis Tests of Population Mean (Chapter 9) 1. Basics of Hypothesis Testing 2. Errors, Terms and Conclusions 3. Hypothesis tests: Z-test or t-test (is X known?) Zt4. Prob Va
IV. Inference.
A. Confidence Intervals for Population Mean. (Chapter 8) 8) B. Hypothesis Tests of Population Mean (Chapter 9) 1. Basics of Hypothesis Testing 2. Errors, Terms and Conclusions 3. Hypothesis tests: Z-test or t-test (is X known?) Zt4. Prob Va
IV. Inference.
A. Confidence Intervals for Population Mean. (Chapter 8) 8) B. Hypothesis Tests of Population Mean (Chapter 9) 9) 1. Basics of Hypothesis Testing 2. Errors, Terms and Conclusions 3. Hypothesis tests: Z-test or t-test (is X known?) Zt4. Prob
IV. Inference.
A. Confidence Intervals for Population Mean. (Chapter 8) 8) B. Hypothesis Tests of Population Mean (Chapter 9)
B. Hypothesis Tests of Population Mean 1. Basics of Hypothesis Testing
Null Hypothesis: Statement about true population mean valu
IV. Inference.
A. Confidence Intervals for Population Mean. (Chapter 8) 1. Point and Interval Estimation. 2. Confidence Intervals known. 3. Margin of Error and Sample Size. 4. Confidence Intervals unknown. Combine point estimation and the point sampling s
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IV. Inference.
A. Confidence Intervals for Population Mean. (Chapter 8) 1. Point and Interval Estimation. 2. Confidence Intervals known. 3. Margin of Error and Sample Size. 4. Confidence Intervals unknown. Combine point estimation and the point sampling s
IV. Inference.
A. Confidence Intervals for Population Mean. (Chapter 8) 1. Point and Interval Estimation. 2. Confidence Intervals known. 3. Margin of Error and Sample Size. 4. Confidence Intervals unknown. Combine point estimation and the point sampling s
IV. Inference.
A. Confidence Intervals for Population Mean. (Chapter 8) 1. Point and Interval Estimation. 2. Confidence Intervals known. 3. Margin of Error and Sample Size. 4. Confidence Intervals unknown. Combine point estimation and the point sampling s
Application: Determining crop losses.
Estimated parameters for cranberry yield distributions:
MA Cranberry Yield Means and Standard Deviations: 2002
2007 (barrels per acre).
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247
169
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A. Probability (Chapter 5) B. Discrete Random Variables (Chapter 5) C. Continuous Random Variables (Chapter 6) 1. Introduction 2. Normally Distributed R.V.s 3. Standard Normal Distribution (Z)
III. Probability, Random Variables and Sampling Distributions. A. Probabilty (Chapter 5) B. Random Variables (Chapter 5) C. Normal Distribution (Chapter 6) 1. Continuous Random Variables (CRVs)
2. Normally Distributed CRVs 3. Standard Normal Distribution
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I. Introduction II. Descriptive Statistics
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II. Descriptive Statistics
A. Organizing Data (Chapter 2)
Organizing
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Variables and Data
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d. Data Measurement Levels
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