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Introductory Statistics (1st Edition)
Ch 10, Sec 10.1, Ex 10.1
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Chapter 10
Section 10.1: Two Population Means with Unknown Standard Deviations
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Exercise 10.1
Exercise 10.2
Exercise 10.5
Section 10.2: Two Population Means with Known Standard Deviations
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Exercise 10.6
Section 10.3: Comparing Two Independent Population Proportions
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Exercise 10.8
Exercise 10.10
Section 10.4: Matched or Paired Samples
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Section 10.5: Hypothesis Testing for Two Means and Two Proportions
Increasing Stocks Survey
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Decreasing Stocks Survey
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A Cluster Sample
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A Systematic Sample
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PRACTICE
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BRINGING IT TOGETHER: HOMEWORK
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