We will construct confidence intervals and test hypotheses to make inference about population parameters using sample statistics.
If you have any questions about Week 4 materials please post
them on the discussion board on Canvas.

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Writing Hypotheses

Writing Hypotheses Quiz

Sept 4, 5 pm

Central Limit Theorem

Central Limit Theorem Quiz

Sept 4, 5 pm

Confidence Interval for Single Proportion

Confidence Interval for Single Proportion Quiz

Sept 4, 5 pm

Hypothesis Testing for Single Proportion

Hypothesis Testing for Single Proportion Quiz

Sept 4, 5 pm

Confidence Interval for Difference of Two Proportions

Hypothesis Testing for Difference of Two Proportions

Inference for Two Proportions Quiz

Sept 4, 5 pm

t Distribution

t Distribution Quiz

Sept 4, 5 pm

Confidence Interval for Single Mean

Confidence Interval for Single Mean Quiz

Sept 4, 5 pm

Hypothesis Testing for Single Mean

Hypothesis Testing for Single Mean Quiz

Sept 4, 5 pm

Confidence Interval for Difference of Two Means

Hypothesis Testing for Difference of Two Means

Inference for Two Means Quiz

Sept 4, 5 pm

Paired Mean or Two Means?

Paired Means or Two Means Quiz

Sept 4, 5 pm

Optional Reading

OpenIntro pages 208-228 and 251-277. Note that the book uses a different notation for proportions.

Introduction to Statistical Inference

Homework 4. Timed. Will be released on Friday at 5 pm.