Respond to the following: Here is another example of deliberate mystificationthe idea of formulating and testing a null hypothesis. Lets take Example A of Section 11.2.1. It seems to me that it is inconceivable that the expected values of any two methods of measurement could be exactly equal. It is certain that there will be subtle differences at the very least. What is the sense, then, in testing H0: X = Y ?
Statistics 130M Notes January 10, 2017 class- January 12, 2017 class January 10,2017 class Class Canceled on the 10 due to snow! January 10, 2017 Notes Syllabus notes Exams and Quizzes - Multiple choice and in class Calculator may be used in class, exams, and quizzes Exams formal study sheet with hand written notes on a 8.5” x11” paper January 12, 2017 Mr. Russell info on blackboard office hours: MWF 11:00-11:45am T TH 10:00-1:45pm Help Sessions - Check blackboard Stat Crunch on my statlab ***preferred for homework Grade breakdown: Homework 50% (3 in class at 10%, final at 20%) Homework 30% - Due Sundays at midnight Quizzes 10% - 4 in class - Late penalty of 10% per day Attendance/ participation 10% Final is cumulative Replac