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# Statistics for the health, life, and social sciences Math 14500-02

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Notes will cover the hypothesis test
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Statistics for health, life, and social sciences
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James E Conklin
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Date Created: 02/22/16
Hypothesis T est -We are seeing if our data is strong enough to rule out chance. Null Hypothesis: = both are about the population Alternate Hypothesas: H Logic: We give The benefit of the doubt to see if results could have happened by chance. (this is like what they do in court: Innocent until proven guilty). p-value: Probability that we would have obtained data as extreme or more extreme as we did if was true

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