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Author: Arnold, David
College: Sierra College
Where Does the Quality Factor Q Come From? Where Does the Quality Factor Q Come From?

Author: Calabrese, Dominic
College: Sierra College
13-11.3.1 Hypothesis test for the difference of pop. means, paired comparisons, using ALEKS13-11.3.1 Hypothesis test for the difference of pop. means, paired comparisons, using ALEKS

Author: Shved, Lyudmila
College: Sierra College
13-Using the complement rule when computing critical values and area under a curve using ALEKS calculator13-Using the complement rule when computing critical values and area under a curve using ALEKS calculator

Author: Shved, Lyudmila
College: Sierra College
13-11.1.2 Hypothesis test for the difference of population means, T-test, using ALEKS13-11.1.2 Hypothesis test for the difference of population means, T-test, using ALEKS

Author: Shved, Lyudmila
College: Sierra College
13-11.1.1 Hypothesis test for the difference of population means, Z-test, using ALEKS13-11.1.1 Hypothesis test for the difference of population means, Z-test, using ALEKS

Author: Shved, Lyudmila
College: Sierra College
3-11.2.1 Hypothesis test for the difference of population proportions, using ALEKS3-11.2.1 Hypothesis test for the difference of population proportions, using ALEKS

Author: Shved, Lyudmila
College: Sierra College
Ch. 8 Summary (Part 6) - Working with Student's T-DistributionCh. 8 Summary (Part 6) - Working with Student's T-Distribution

Author: Shved, Lyudmila
College: Sierra College
Ch. 8 Summary (Part 5) - Properties of Student's T-DistributionCh. 8 Summary (Part 5) - Properties of Student's T-Distribution

Author: Shved, Lyudmila
College: Sierra College
Ch. 8 Summary (Part 7) - T-IntervalsCh. 8 Summary (Part 7) - T-Intervals

Author: Shved, Lyudmila
College: Sierra College
Ch. 8 Summary (Part 4) - Z-IntervalsCh. 8 Summary (Part 4) - Z-Intervals

Author: Shved, Lyudmila
College: Sierra College
Ch. 8 Summary (Part 1) - Intro to Confidence Intervals ConceptCh. 8 Summary (Part 1) - Intro to Confidence Intervals Concept

Author: Shved, Lyudmila
College: Sierra College
Ch. 8 Summary (Part 3) - Confidence Intervals Simulation for a Skewed PopulationCh. 8 Summary (Part 3) - Confidence Intervals Simulation for a Skewed Population

Author: Shved, Lyudmila
College: Sierra College
Ch. 8 Summary (Part 2) - Confidence Intervals Simulation for a Normally Distributed PopulationCh. 8 Summary (Part 2) - Confidence Intervals Simulation for a Normally Distributed Population

Author: Shved, Lyudmila
College: Sierra College
Chapter 7 SummaryChapter 7 Summary

Author: Shved, Lyudmila
College: Sierra College
13-3.2.3 Sample standard deviation visualized13-3.2.3 Sample standard deviation visualized

Author: Shved, Lyudmila
College: Sierra College
4.2.6 and 4.2.7 Relating the sample cor. coeff. and parameters AND Using summations to compute r, slope, and y-intercept4.2.6 and 4.2.7 Relating the sample cor. coeff. and parameters AND Using summations to compute r, slope, and y-intercept

Author: Shved, Lyudmila
College: Sierra College
13-5.3.4 Computing conditional probability using a two-way frequency table13-5.3.4 Computing conditional probability using a two-way frequency table

Author: Shved, Lyudmila
College: Sierra College
13-6.2.3 Binomial problems, advanced V213-6.2.3 Binomial problems, advanced V2

Author: Shved, Lyudmila
College: Sierra College
HDEV 11 Chap 3 pt 4HDEV 11 Chap 3 pt 4

Author: Carpenter, Veronica
College: Sierra College

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