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13-R Finding percentage of a whole number without a calculator13-R Finding percentage of a whole number without a calculator

Author: Shved, Lyudmila
College: Sierra College
13-R Converting a fraction to a percentage, denominator of 20, 25, or 5013-R Converting a fraction to a percentage, denominator of 20, 25, or 50

Author: Shved, Lyudmila
College: Sierra College
13-12.1.1 Chi-square goodness-of-fit test13-12.1.1 Chi-square goodness-of-fit test

Author: Shved, Lyudmila
College: Sierra College
13-12.1.0 Chi-square distribution13-12.1.0 Chi-square distribution

Author: Shved, Lyudmila
College: Sierra College
13-9.1.1 and 9.1.2 Potential errors with hypotheses statements13-9.1.1 and 9.1.2 Potential errors with hypotheses statements

Author: Shved, Lyudmila
College: Sierra College
13-11.3.1 Hypothesis test for the difference of population means, Paired comparisons, using TI-84 T-Test13-11.3.1 Hypothesis test for the difference of population means, Paired comparisons, using TI-84 T-Test

Author: Shved, Lyudmila
College: Sierra College
13-11.2.1 Hypothesis test for the difference of population proportions, using TI-84 2-PropZTest13-11.2.1 Hypothesis test for the difference of population proportions, using TI-84 2-PropZTest

Author: Shved, Lyudmila
College: Sierra College
13-11.1.2 Hypothesis test for the difference of population means, t test, using TI-84 2-SampTTest13-11.1.2 Hypothesis test for the difference of population means, t test, using TI-84 2-SampTTest

Author: Shved, Lyudmila
College: Sierra College
13-11.1.1 Hypothesis test for the difference of population means, Z test, using TI-84 2-SampZTest13-11.1.1 Hypothesis test for the difference of population means, Z test, using TI-84 2-SampZTest

Author: Shved, Lyudmila
College: Sierra College
13-10.2.1 Confidence interval for the difference of population proportion, Using TI-84 2-PropZInt13-10.2.1 Confidence interval for the difference of population proportion, Using TI-84 2-PropZInt

Author: Shved, Lyudmila
College: Sierra College
13-10.1.2 Confidence interval for the difference of pop. means, use of the t-distribution, Using TI-84 2-SampTInt13-10.1.2 Confidence interval for the difference of pop. means, use of the t-distribution, Using TI-84 2-SampTInt

Author: Shved, Lyudmila
College: Sierra College
13-10.1.1 Confidence interval for the difference of pop. means, use of the standard normal, Using TI-84 2-SampZInt13-10.1.1 Confidence interval for the difference of pop. means, use of the standard normal, Using TI-84 2-SampZInt

Author: Shved, Lyudmila
College: Sierra College
13-9.4.1 Hypothesis test for a population proportion, using TI-84 1-PropZTest13-9.4.1 Hypothesis test for a population proportion, using TI-84 1-PropZTest

Author: Shved, Lyudmila
College: Sierra College
13-9.3.3 Hypothesis test for the population mean, T-test, using TI-84 13-9.3.3 Hypothesis test for the population mean, T-test, using TI-84

Author: Shved, Lyudmila
College: Sierra College
13-9.2.5 Hypothesis test for the population mean, Z test13-9.2.5 Hypothesis test for the population mean, Z test

Author: Shved, Lyudmila
College: Sierra College
13-9.1.1 and 9.1.2 Determining the null and alternative hypotheses13-9.1.1 and 9.1.2 Determining the null and alternative hypotheses

Author: Shved, Lyudmila
College: Sierra College
13-9.1.3 Type I and Type II errors13-9.1.3 Type I and Type II errors

Author: Shved, Lyudmila
College: Sierra College
13-8.3.1 Making reasonable inferences based on prop. statistics13-8.3.1 Making reasonable inferences based on prop. statistics

Author: Shved, Lyudmila
College: Sierra College
13-8.5.1 Selecting a distribution for inferences on the pop.mean13-8.5.1 Selecting a distribution for inferences on the pop.mean

Author: Shved, Lyudmila
College: Sierra College
13-8.3.2 Confidence interval for a pop. proportion13-8.3.2 Confidence interval for a pop. proportion

Author: Shved, Lyudmila
College: Sierra College

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