Let f0(x) be the p.f. of the Bernoulli distribution with parameter 0.3, and let f1(x) be the p.f. of the Bernoulli distribution with parameter 0.6. Suppose that a single observation X is taken from a distribution for which the p.d.f. f (x) is either f0(x) or f1(x), and the following simple hypotheses are to be tested: H0: f (x) = f0(x), H1: f (x) = f1(x). Find the test procedure for wh

Chapter 3 Data Description Numbers are used to describe/ summarize data Average- the center values of distribution Measure of central tendency- measure of average Measure of variation-summarizes the spread of distribution Measure of position- describes where data falls in an ordered set Nominal mean- sum of numbers in a set divided by the amount of numbers present in the set, average of all the numbers Strength- unique, can be found easily Weakness- not good for nominal/ ordinal, not exact, easily contaminated, sensitive to extreme values Weighted mean- used for continuous data where each value has a weight Ex: Grade percen