LECTURE 6
Learning Objectives (LOs)
LO (1): Discuss point estimators and their desirable properties.
LO (2): Explain an interval estimator.
LO (3): Calculate a confidence interval for the population m
LECTURE 11
Chapter 14 Learning Objectives
(LOs)
LO 14.1: Conduct a hypothesis test for the population correlation coefficient.
LO 14.2: Discuss the limitations of correlation analysis.
LO 14.3: Estima
LECTURE 4
Part 1: Learning Objectives
LO (1) Distinguish(between discrete and
LOs)
continuous random variables.
LO (2) Describe the probability distribution of a
discrete random variable.
LO (3) Calcu
LECTURE 10
Chapter 13 Learning Objectives
(LOs)
LO 13.1: Provide a conceptual overview of ANOVA.
LO 13.2: Conduct and evaluate hypothesis tests based on
one-way ANOVA.
LO 13.3: Conduct and evaluate hy
LECTURE 5
Part 3
LO (7): Use the standard normal table or
the z table.
LO (8): Calculate and interpret
probabilities for a random variable that
follows the normal distribution
The Normal Distributio
LECTURE 9
Learning Objectives (LOs)
Assessing the Risk of Mutual Fund
Returns
In Chapter 3, we examined annual return data
for Vanguards Metals fund and Fidelitys
Income fund.
The mean return evalua
LECTURE 7
Learning Objectives (LOs)
LO 1: Define the null hypothesis and the alternative
hypothesis.
LO 2: Distinguish between Type I and Type II errors.
LO 3: Explain the steps of a hypothesis test u
Lecture 1
Learning Objectives
(1) The importance of statistics.
(2) Differentiate between descriptive statistics
and inferential statistics.
(3) Explain the need for sampling and discuss
various data
LECTURE 8
Learning Objectives (LOs)
LO 10.1: Make inferences about the difference
between two population means
based on independent sampling.
LO 10.2: Make inferences about the mean
difference based o
LECTURE 3
Learning Objectives (LOs)
(1) Describe fundamental probability concepts.
(2) Calculate and interpret the probability of the
complement of an event, the probability
that at
least one of two e