Statistical Hypothesis Testing
A null hypothesis, denoted by H0, is an assertion about one or more population
parameters. This is the assertion we hold to be true until we have sufficient
statistical evidence to conclude otherwise.
Hypothesis about other
INTERNATIONAL UNIVERSITY
SCHOOL OF BIOTECHNOLOGY
CHAPTER 4. LIPID METABOLISM
BIOCHEMISTRY
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Describe the metabolism of fatty acids.
The two main components of fatty acid metabolism
are oxidation and fatty acid synthesi
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1/ a) In the beta carotene group, proportion of cancer and no cancer is 1273/9763 = 0.1304
P(CB) = P(C B)/P(B) = 0.0577/0.5 = 0.1154
b) In the placebo group, proportion of cancer and no cancer is 1293/9742 = 0.1327
EXERCISES 1
1/ Suppose that 28 cancer deaths are notes among workers exposed to asbestos in a building
materials plant from 1981 to 1985. Only 20.5 cancer deaths are expected from statewide
mortality rates. Suppose that we want to know if there is a signi
PRACTICE  Testing Proportion and Variance
1/ Consider a sample of = 110 women drawn randomly from the membership list of the National Organization
for Women (N.O.W.), = 25 of whom were found to smoke. Use the result of this sample to test whether the rat
Summary Table for Statistical Techniques
Inference
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LABWORK OF BIOSTATISTICS
Semester I, 20152016
Quiz 1A
1/ State the null and alternative hypotheses, one or twotailed test for these examples:
a. E.canis infection is a tickborne disease of dogs that is sometimes contracted by humans. A, mong
infected
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Problem set 1 Biostatistics Fall 2015  Due date Oct 16th 2015
1. A controlled study was conducted to determine whether or not beta carotene supplementation had
an effect on the incidence of cancer. Subjects enrolled in the study were male physicians age
The Normal Distribution
The Normal Distribution
Introduction
LEARNING OBJECTIVES
As n increases, the binomial distribution approaches a .
n=6
n = 10
Binomial Distribution: n=6, p=.5
n = 14
Binomial Distribution: n=10, p=.5
Binomial Distribution: n=14, p=.
INTERNATIONAL UNIVERSITY
SCHOOL OF BIOTECHNOLOGY
CHAPTER 3: THE CITRIC ACID AND
OXIDATIVE PHOSPHORYLATION
BIOCHEMISTRY
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To understand the intermediates in CAC
The ATPs produce in CAC
The CO2 is released in CAC
The ele