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6. Hypothesis Testing
6. Hypothesis Testing
6.1 An Introduction to Hypothesis Testing
6.2 Z Tests for One Mean: Introduction
6.3 Z Tests for One Mean: The Rejection Region Approach
6.4 Z Tests for One Mean: The p-value
6.6 What is a p-value?
6.7 Type I Errors, Type II Errors, and the Power of the Test
6.8 One-Sided Test or Two-Sided Test?
6.9 Statistical Significance versus Practical Significance
6.10 The Relationship Between Confidence Intervals and Hypothesis Tests
6.11 Calculating Power and the Probability of a Type II Error (A One-Tailed Example)
6.12 Calculating Power and the Probability of a Type II Error (A Two-Tailed Example)
6.13 What Factors Affect the Power of a Z Test?
6.14 Hypothesis Testing in 17 Seconds
6.15 t Tests for One Mean: Introduction
6.16 t Tests for One Mean: An Example
6.17 t Tests for One Mean: Investigating the Normality Assumption
6.18 Hypothesis tests on one mean: t or z?
6.19 Using the t Table to Find the P-value in One-Sample t Tests
6.20 Finding Areas Under the t Distribution
Chapters
1. Discrete Probability Distributions
2. Continuous Random Variables & Continuous Probability Distributions
3. Using Tables to Find Areas and Percentiles (Z, t, X
^{2}
, F)
4. Sampling Distributions
5. Confidence Intervals
6. Hypothesis Testing
7. Inference for Two Means
8. Inference for Proportions
9. Chi-square tests
10. Variances
11. ANOVA
12. Regression
13. Jimmy and Mr. Snoothouse
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