Standard deviation s – standard error s/√n
[7] Inference for Distributions
For a sample of size n,
the sample standard deviation s is:
s=
n − 1 is the “degrees of freedom.”
1
∑ ( xi − x )2
n −1
The value s/√n is called the standard error of the mean SEM.
Table D
[7] Inference for Distributions
For df = 9 we only
look into the
corresponding row.
Lecture Notes
The calculated value of t is 2.7.
We find the 2 closest t values.
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Introduction to the Practice of Statistics 8e
Chapter 7
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7.11
It has been claimed that women live longer than
men; however, men tend to be older than their
wives.
Ages of 16 husbands and wives from England were
obtained. Thes
Introduction to the Practice of Statistics 8e
Chapter 5
2015 W.H. Freeman and Company
5.1-1
Which of the following situations follow a binomial
distribution?
I. Recording the sex of 50 births at the local hospital.
II. A coin is flipped until there is a