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Statistics, Ch. 6 Read Section 6.1 of Introductory Statistics. Consider the following as you read: • What are two characteristics of a continuous probability distribution function? Read Section 6.2 of Introductory Statistics. Consider the following as you read: • How do you convert a normal distribution to a standard normal distribution? Read Section 6.4 of Introductory Statistics. Consider the following as you read: • Practice using the z-table to review areas under the curve. Statistics, Ch. 7 Read Section 7.1 of Introductory Statistics. Consider the following as you read: • Describe a probability distribution. Statistics, Ch. 12 Read Section 12.1 of Introductory Statistics. • Understand to test the null hypothesis. Read Section 12.2 of Introductory Statistics. Consider the following as you read: • How many groups are used for comparisons? • State your alternative hypothesis. Standard Error (for Proportions) • What is the impact of the sample size? • Understand a standard error is a measure of variability. The Central Limit Theorem • What are characteristics of a normal distribution? • Describe are data distributed in large and small samples. Confidence Interval • What Is a Confidence Interval? Group Discussion: Descriptive Statistics • Discuss: Descriptive Statistics, the Null, Alpha, Goodness-of Fit (GOF) test and p-values.

Statistics, Ch. 6

Read Section 6.1 of Introductory Statistics.

Consider the following as you read:

  • What are two characteristics of a continuous probability distribution function?

Read Section 6.2 of Introductory Statistics. 

Consider the following as you read:

  • How do you convert a normal distribution to a standard normal distribution?

Read Section 6.4 of Introductory Statistics. 

Consider the following as you read:

  • Practice using the z-table to review areas under the curve.

Statistics, Ch. 7

Read Section 7.1 of Introductory Statistics.

Consider the following as you read:

  • Describe a probability distribution.

Statistics, Ch. 12

Read Section 12.1 of Introductory Statistics.

  • Understand to test the null hypothesis.

Read Section 12.2 of Introductory Statistics.

Consider the following as you read:

  • How many groups are used for comparisons?
  • State your alternative hypothesis.

 

Standard Error (for Proportions)

  • What is the impact of the sample size?
  • Understand a standard error is a measure of variability.

The Central Limit Theorem

  • What are characteristics of a normal distribution?
  • Describe are data distributed in large and small samples.

Confidence Interval

  • What Is a Confidence Interval?

Group Discussion: Descriptive Statistics

  • Discuss: Descriptive Statistics, the Null, Alpha, Goodness-of Fit (GOF) test and p-values.

 

 

 

 

 

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