By Larry Stephens
TAKE THE "MEAN" OUT OF complicated STATISTICS
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Draw a t-curve illustrating the p-value, and find the p-value. SOLUTION The shaded region in Fig. I-19 is the p-value. To ﬁnd the p-value, we ﬁnd the area in the left tail and double it. The pull-down Calc ) Probability Distributions ) t gives the dialog box shown in Fig. I-20. We ﬁll it as shown. 1. 065. Fig. I-19. Introduction 24 Fig. I-20. EXAMPLE I-16 An upper-tailed hypothesis test of a population variance is conducted and the computed test statistic is equal to 10. The test statistic is computed from a small sample of size n ¼ 6.
PIf ﬃﬃﬃﬃﬃﬃﬃﬃﬃ ﬃ is of the form p^ Æ z=2 p^q^=n. For the conﬁdence interval to be valid, the sample size must be large enough so that np^ > 5 and nq^ > 5. Almost all surveys meet this sample size requirement so that the standard normal approximation described above will be valid. The Minitab pull-down Stat ) Basic Statistics ) 1-proportion is used to set a conﬁdence interval or test a hypothesis about p when your sample is large. INFERENCES ABOUT A SINGLE POPULATION STANDARD DEVIATION OR VARIANCE To test H0 : 2 ¼ 02 versus one of the alternatives 2 < 02 , 2 > 02 , or 2 6¼ 02 , the test statistic ðn À 1ÞS2 =02 is used.
05 and why, using the p-value method? A sample of size 10 is used to test a hypothesis about a mean. 250; (c) jtj > 4:297. 01 and Ha: 6¼ 0. 747 and Ha: 6¼ 0. The temperatures of twenty patients who had contacted a rare type of ﬂu are shown in Table I-5. 058 Introduction 27 Table I-5 Temperatures of twenty ﬂu patients. 107 107 101 104 102 106 107 100 106 100 106 100 107 106 100 101 105 107 101 100 (a) (b) What is the null and the research hypothesis? 05 and why, using the conﬁdence interval method?