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# Chapter 8: Reading Notes TSOCWF 351 A

Monique Vazquez-Davis
University of Washington Tacoma
GPA 3.69
Applied Statistics
Janelle Eliasson Nannini

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Chapter 8 notes, in-class notes, formulas, and steps.
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Applied Statistics
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Janelle Eliasson Nannini
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Chapter 8 Testing Hypotheses 0 Statistical Hypothesis Testing 0 A procedure that allowed us to evaluate hypotheses about population parameters based on sample statistics 0 Statistical Significance Test 5 Steps I Assumption I Hypotheses I Test Statistics I PValue I Conclusion I Assumption 0 Assume the sample was randomly selected 0 Assume the variable is measured at the intervalratio level 0 CAN NOT assume that the population is normally distributed 0 Hypotheses O Null Hypothesis I There is no statistical significant difference between the sample means of the two groups I Any observed difference is the result of sampling error 39 111le 0 Research Hypothesis Alternative Hypothesis I There is a statistical significant difference between the sample means of the two groups I A true population difference does exist 39 112 0 Test Tailed Test 0 TwoTailed I Null Hypothesis 39 H1H2 I Research Hypothesis H1 H2 O OneTailed I Null Hypothesis 39 12112 I Research Hypothesis 39 H1ltH2 O T Something proven Always True 0 t General truth Allows differences 0 P Value 0 The probability associated with the obtained z score 0 I Z 0 Alpha CC I The level of probability at which the null hypothesis is rejected I Customary to 05 01 or 001 0 Error with Hypothesis Testing I Type 1 0 The probability associated with rejecting a null hypothesis when it is true I Type 2 0 The probability associated with failing to reject a null hypothesis when it is false 0 P lt 05 rejects null hypothesis 0 P gt 05 retains null hypothesis 0 TTest 0 Test computed to test the null hypothesis about a population mean when the population standard deViation Sy is unknown and is estimated using sample standard deViation Sy u My T s 9N 0 Difference between two means Y 1 2 I TN1N22 S39Y1 2

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