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Introduction to Confidence
Intervals
Confidence Intervals for a
Proportion
Problem:
You play a game and win 136 out of 270 times.
Estimate the probability of winning the game.
Proportions
0 p 1
The parameter p represents the proportion of the
p
population
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Statistics
Review test 4
SI: Lori
Hypothesis testing for means
Dependent (paired)
Mean
(2 samples)
Both samples are large
(n>30)
Independent
ANOVA
Mean
(3 samples)
Scheffe Test
At least one
sample is
small
Pooledvariance
Fail to test
reject
Test
variance
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Introduction to
Hypothesis Testing
Hypothesis testing is a decisionmaking
process by which we analyze a sample in an
attempt to distinguish between results that
can easily occur and results that are unlikely.
The process begins with a claim or statement
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Review for Quiz 2
Lori
Summary
Confidence Interval
Hypothesis Testing
Sample #
One sample
Two samples
Three ways
Critical value
Pvalue
Confidence Interval
Five steps
Step 1
Identify the null hypothesis (and the clai
m).
Hypothesis: a claim or state
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Chapter 9: Means
Two sample hypothesis testing: compare 2 different
populations.
means
independent samples
dependent samples (paired data)
variances
Means: dependent samples.
Assumptions:
d 0
Dependent samples
(paired
d 0,
d data).
0, d 0
Find the d
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Chapter 10
In 1964, Eric Bram, a typical New York City teenager,
noticed that the cost of a slice of cheese pizza was
the same as the cost of a subway ride. Over the
years, he noticed that those two costs seemed to
increase by about the same amounts. In 1
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Chapter 4
Sections 2,3,4,5,8
Definitions:
A probability experiment is a
chance process that leads to
welldefined results called
outcomes.
A simple event is the outcome
of a single trial of a probability
experiment.
The sample space is the set of
all poss
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Chapter 9
Proportions
Two sample hypothesis testing: compare 2 different
populations.
5
np
nq 5
p1 p2
x1 x2
Proportions.
1 p
2)
(p
(
p
p
)
1 2 p
z
Assumptions: For each sample,
and n1 n2
1 1
pq
q 1 p
n
n
1
2
Null hypothesis:
Test value:
p
2 ) E
(p
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Chapter 3
Recall
Definition:
A statistic is a characteristic or measure obtained by using the
data values from a sample.
A parameter is obtained by using all the data values of the
population.
Measures of center:
Mean
Median
Mode
Midrange
x
Mean:
x
n
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Chapter 8
Hypothesis Testing:
Proportions
np 5, nq 5
p
p
Test for a proportion:
z
pq/ n
Test value:
H1 : p 12
Note: for questions about a (significant) majority we
have
The Gallup Poll reported that 45% of individuals felt they
were worse off than 1 y
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Mathematics 117Q  Introduction to Probability and Statistics
Fall 2015
Dr. Robert Bailey, Dr. Karen Rogers
Text and materials: Elementary Statistics, 12th or 11th ed., Mario F. Triola;
Calculator (TI83, TI83 PLUS, TI84 or TI84 PLUS recommended)
Cours
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Review for Chp1, 2 and 3
Lori
Chapter 1
The vocabulary from the textbook
Levels of measurement
nominal ordinal interval ratio
Types of sampling
simple random, random, systematic, stratified, cluster, convenience
Examples from history when samples were
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Chapter 7
Means
Given a sample with mean 5 and standard deviation 2,
estimate .
x
The best point estimate of
is .
x / n
x
distribution of the mean has
Recall that the sampling
and
.
[x E, x E]
E z /2 x z /2 / n
Confidence Interval:
1
where
and the
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Chapters 1 and 2
Chapter 1:
Learn the vocabulary from the textbook.
(All boldfaced words.)
Statistics is the science of planning and conducting
studies to
collect,
organize,
summarize,
analyze, and
draw conclusions from data.
Descriptive statistics
Data a
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Chapter 13 (nonparametric tests)
Advantages and disadvantages of nonparametric tests:
(p. 636)
Disadvantages: less sensitive, less efficient
Advantages: Distributionfree, hypotheses not involving
parameters, use for nominal or ordinal data.
Wilcoxon ra
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Chapter 4
Sections 2,3,4,5,8
Definitions:
A probability experiment is a
chance process that leads to
welldefined results called
outcomes.
A simple event is the outcome
of a single trial of a probability
experiment.
The sample space is the set of
all poss
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Chapter 6
( x ) 2 /2 2
e
y
2
The Normal Distribution
A family of curves with parameters and
.
Properties:
Symmetric, bellshaped, mean=median=mode.
Continuous probability distribution: y>0, area under the
curve=1.
Probabilities determined by area: P
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Chapter 9
Proportions
Two sample hypothesis testing: compare 2 different
populations.
5
np
nq 5
p1 p2
x1 x2
Proportions.
1 p
2)
(p
(
p
p
)
1 2 p
z
Assumptions: For each sample,
and n1 n2
1 1
pq
q 1 p
n
n
1
2
Null hypothesis:
Test value:
p
2 ) E
(p
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Chapter 5
A random variable, X, is a variable whose values are
determined by chance.
discrete  examples: number showing on a die
number of students in class
continuous  example: height in inches
Discrete probability distribution (pdf)
P(X) is a function
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2 (ANOVA)
3
Chapter
Oneway ANOVA
1 2 (Analysis of Variance)
Test for equality of means for 3 or more samples.
1 3
2 3
Do pairwise testing only if a significant difference is
found.
Assumptions:
interval or ratio data
independent samples
no