Chapter 22
What is a Test of Significance?
Statistical hypotheses statements about
population parameters
Examples
Mean weight of adult males is greater
than 160
Proportion of students with a 4.0 GPA
is less than .01
Note: Hypotheses are not necessarily
Chapter 21
What is a Confidence Interval?
Sampling Distribution of the Sample
Mean
The statistic x estimates the population
mean
We hope x is very close to
We want the sampling distribution to be
centered at the value of the parameter
and to have little
Chapter 20
The House Edge: Expected Values
Mean and Standard Deviation of a
Discrete Probability Distribution
Population Mean = = xP( x)
Population Variance = 2
= ( x ) 2 P( x) = x 2 P( x) 2
Population Standard Deviation = 2
Expected Value The mean of a
p
UNSATISFACTORY PEFORMANCE
CHAPTER 9, AR 135-178
What is the basis for this chapter?
The command may initiate separation of a soldier under the guidance set forth in chapter 2, section 1,
if the soldier is unqualified for further military service due to un
00CHAPTER OUTLINE
Psychotherapy is the treatment of psychological disorders through psychological methods, such
as talking about problems and exploring new ways of thinking and acting.
I0. BASIC FEATURES OF TREATMENT
What features do all treatment techniq
Chapter 5 Experiments, Good and Bad To conduct a study properly, you must do the following: Get a representative sample Get a large enough sample Decide whether the study should be an observational study or an experiment A response variable (dependent var
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CHAPTER 5
RELATIONSHIP WITH THIRD PARTIES
I. RELATIONSHIP OF PRINCIPAL & THIRD PERSONS
SEE PAGE 375, 376, and 377 FIGURES AS TO RELATIONSHIPS
Chapter 4 Sample Surveys in the Real World Sampling frame list of every individual in the population Undercoverage when some groups in the population are left out of the sample Sampling errors Errors that result from sampling Random sampling error Bad sam
Chapter 3 What Do Samples Tell Us? Statistic: A numerical characteristic of a sample This value is known when we take our sample, but it will change from sample to sample Parameter: A numerical characteristic of a population This value is a fixed number,
Chapter 2 Samples, Good and Bad Bias a prejudice in one direction Convenience Sampling Uses results or data that are conveniently and readily obtained (Runs risk of being severely biased!) Example: Voluntary response samples These often over represent peo
Chapter 1 Where Do Data Come From? Statistics: study of how to collect, organize, analyze, and interpret information The advantage of statistics is that it gives a process for making decisions when faced with uncertainties without prejudice Statistics are
SEPARATION FOR MISCONDUCT
CHAPTER 12
This information paper provides general information on Chapter 12, AR 135-178, Separation for
Misconduct. AR 135-178 contains more specific information. Please consult with a Trial
Defense Service (TDS) attorney for an
DRUG/ALCOHOL ABUSE REHABILITATION FAILURE
CHAPTER 11
A) Discharge is required under AR 600-85 for soldiers who fail to participate,
cooperate or complete drug rehab program IF
1) There is a lack of potential for continued military service OR
2) Long-term
CHAPTER 16, AR 135-178
FAILURE TO MEET ARMY BODY COMPOSITION
STANDARDS
This handout provides general information concerning Chapter 16, AR 135-178,
Failure to Meet Army Body Composition Standards. AR 135-178 contains more
specific information. If you have
UNSATISFACTORY PARTICIPATION
CHAPTER 13, AR 135-178
Pursuant to Chapter 13, AR 135-178, soldiers will be processed for discharge in the
event that they are determined:
1. To be an unsatisfactory participant defined in Chapter 4, AR 135-91; and,
2. Attempt
DEFECTIVE ENLISTMENTS & REENLISTMENTS
CHAPTER 7
A. Minority Enlistments
1. Under Age17 enlistment is void.
2. Age 17 must have written consent of parent
i. Notification Procedure
ii. Entry level separation uncharacterized discharge
B. Erroneous Enlistment
ENTRY LEVEL PERFORMANCE & CONDUCT
CHAPTER 8, AR 135-178
I. AT IS THE BASIS FOR A CHAPTER 8 ENTRY LEVEL PERFORMANCE AND
CONDUCT SEPARATIONS.
A. This chapter may be given to a soldier for the following:
1. The soldier is unqualified for further military ser
CHAPTER 9 INVENTORY COSTING AND CAPACITY ANALYSIS 9.1 No. Differences in operating income between variable costing and absorption costing are due to accounting for fixed manufacturing costs. Under variable costing only variable manufacturing costs are inc