Let U Unif(a, b). Find the median and mode of U.

Statistics Notes Week of Oct. 24th 9.2: Hypothesis Test for Variables Forming a Null and Alternative Hypothesis Hypothesis Null Hypothesis: The conclusion that there is no correlation between the specified populations, meaning the populations are independent. ● The null hypothesis is written as Ho ● For example, if the sample is meant to prove that greater than 90% of students failed the last statistics test, the null hypothesis would be that Ho=0.90 ○ If the percent of students is equal to 90%, then the sample does not prove our conclusion. Alternative Hypothesis: The conclusion that there is a correlation between the specified populations. The alterna