CHAPTER 06 - Continuous Random Variables
CHAPTER 6Continuous Random Variables
6.1
Intervals of values.
LO1
6.2
By finding areas under the curve.
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6.3
f(x) 0 for all x; area under the curve equals 1.
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6.4
Relative likelihood that x will be near the g

Chapter 07 - Sampling and Sampling Distributions
CHAPTER 7 Sampling and Sampling Distributions
7.1
A random sample is chosen by assigning each unit in the population a unique identifying
number and then utilizing a random digit table to identify the units

CHAPTER 08 - Confidence Intervals
CHAPTER 8Confidence Intervals
8.1 There is an entire population of possible sample means. A confidence interval is constructed to
be confident that the true value of is contained in that interval.
LO1
8.2
95% of the time

CHAPTER 09 - Hypothesis Testing
CHAPTER 9Hypothesis Testing
9.1
Type I error: reject H 0 when H 0 is true
= probability of a Type I error
Type II error: do not reject H 0 when H 0 is false
= probability of a Type II error
LO2
9.2
Because the probability

CHAPTER 10 - Statistical Inferences Based on Two Samples
CHAPTER 10Statistical Inferences Based on Two Samples
10.1
Sampled populations are normally distributed with equal variances.
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10.2
Sampled populations are approximately normal.
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10.3
Sampled

CHAPTER 11 - Experimental Design and Analysis of Variance
CHAPTER 11Experimental Design and Analysis of Variance
11.1
factor = Independent variables in a designed experiment
treatments = Values of a factor (or combination of factors)
experimented units =