Part 9 Hypothesis Testing

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Part 9 Hypothesis Testing 9.1 The Language of Hypothesis Testing

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Example: Illustrating Hypothesis Testing According to the National Center for Chronic Disease Prevention and Health Promotion, 73.8% of females between the ages of 18 and 29 years work out. Kathleen trusts that more ladies between the ages of 18 and 29 years are presently working out.

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How to test her claim? Ask all females in the U.S.A? It's outlandish!! Take an arbitrary specimen, for instance, study 1000 lady somewhere around 18 and 29 years of age. And after that make a measurable deduction about the populace - all females.

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Statistical Inference She gets a straightforward irregular example of 1000 ladies between the ages of 18 and 29 years and finds that 750 of them are working out. Is this proof the percent of ladies between the ages of 18 and 29 years who are practicing has expanded? On the other hand how likely is it to get a specimen of 750 out of 1000 ladies practicing from a populace when the rate of ladies exercise's identity 73.8%?

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What if Kathleen's example brought about 920 ladies working out? In the event that the genuine rate of ladies exercise's identity 73.8%, the probability of getting an example of 920 ladies exercise's identity amazingly low. Along these lines , the genuine rate of ladies exercise's identity in fact greater than 73.8% - that is ,the example bolster Kathleen's claim-or Hypothesis.

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Steps in Hypothesis Testing 1. A claim is made. 2. Prove (test information) is gathered so as to test the claim. 3. The information is broke down with a specific end goal to bolster or disprove the claim.

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A theory is an announcement or claim with respect to a normal for at least one populaces. In this part, we take a gander at theories with respect to a solitary populace.

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Examples of Claims Regarding a Characteristic of a Single Population In 1997, 43% of Americans 18 years or more seasoned took an interest in some type of philanthropy work. An analyst trusts that this rate distinctive today. H 0 : p=43% H 1: p 43%

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Examples of Claims Regarding a Characteristic of a Single Population In 1997, 43% of Americans 18 years or more established took part in some type of philanthropy work. An analyst trusts that this rate distinctive today. In June, 2001 the mean length of a telephone approach a cell phone was 2.62 minutes. A specialist trusts that the mean length of a call has expanded from that point forward.

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Examples of Claims Regarding a Characteristic of a Single Population In 1997, 43% of Americans 18 years or more seasoned partook in some type of philanthropy work. An analyst trusts that this rate distinctive today. In June, 2001 the mean length of a telephone approach a cell phone was 2.62 minutes. A specialist trusts that the mean length of a call has expanded from that point forward. Utilizing an old assembling process, the standard deviation of the measure of wine put in a container was 0.23 ounces. With new gear, the quality control chief trusts the standard deviation has diminished.

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CAUTION! We test these sorts of cases utilizing test information since it is typically unthinkable or unfeasible to access the whole populace. In the event that populace information is accessible, then inferential measurements is a bit much.

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Consider the scientist who trusts that the mean length of a mobile phone call has expanded from its June, 2001 mean of 2.62 minutes. To test this claim, the scientist may get a basic arbitrary example of 36 PDA calls. Assume he decides the mean length of the telephone call is 2.70 minutes. Is this enough confirmation to finish up the length of a telephone call has expanded? We will accept the length of the telephone call is still 2.62 minutes. Expect the standard deviation length of a telephone call is known to be 0.78 minutes.

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What if our example brought about a specimen mean of 2.95 minutes?

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Hypothesis testing is a technique, in light of test confirmation and likelihood, used to test claims with respect to a normal for at least one populaces.

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The invalid speculation , signified H o (read "H-nothing"), is an announcement to be tried. The invalid speculation is accepted valid until proof shows generally. In this section, it will be an announcement in regards to the estimation of a populace parameter. The option speculation, signified, H 1 (read "H-one"), is a claim to be tried. We are attempting to discover prove for the option theory. In this section, it will be a claim in regards to the estimation of a populace parameter.

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In this section, there are three approaches to set up the invalid and option speculation. 1. Break even with as opposed to not equivalent speculation ( two-followed test ) H o : parameter = some esteem H 1 : parameter ��  some esteem

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In this section, there are three approaches to set up the invalid and option theory. 1. Meet as opposed to not equivalent speculation ( two-followed test ) H o : parameter = some esteem H 1 : parameter ��  some esteem 2. Approach versus not exactly ( left-followed test ) H o : parameter = some esteem H 1 : parameter < some esteem

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In this part, there are three approaches to set up the invalid and option speculation. 1. Approach as opposed to not equivalent theory ( two-followed test ) H o : parameter = some esteem H 1 : parameter ��  some esteem 2. Meet versus not exactly ( left-followed test ) H o : parameter = some esteem H 1 : parameter < some esteem 3. Break even with versus more prominent than ( right-followed test ) H o : parameter = some esteem H 1 : parameter > some esteem

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EXAMPLE Forming Hypotheses For each of the accompanying cases, decide the invalid and option speculation. In 1997, 43% of Americans 18 years or more seasoned took an interest in some type of philanthropy work. A specialist trusts that this rate diverse today. In June, 2001 the mean length of a telephone approach a cell phone was 2.62 minutes. An analyst trusts that the mean length of a call has expanded from that point forward. Utilizing an old assembling process, the standard deviation of the measure of wine put in a jug was 0.23 ounces. With new gear, the quality control supervisor trusts the standard deviation has diminished.

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Four Outcomes from Hypothesis Testing 1. We could dismiss H o when in reality H 1 is valid. This would be a right choice.

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Four Outcomes from Hypothesis Testing 1. We could dismiss H o when in certainty H 1 is valid. This would be a right choice. 2. We couldn't dismiss H o when in certainty H o is valid. This would be a right choice.

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Four Outcomes from Hypothesis Testing 1. We could dismiss H o when in actuality H 1 is valid. This would be a right choice. 2. We couldn't dismiss H o when in actuality H o is valid. This would be a right choice. 3. We could dismiss H o when in reality H o is valid. This would be a mistaken choice. This kind of blunder is known as a Type I mistake .

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Four Outcomes from Hypothesis Testing 1. We could dismiss H o when in reality H 1 is valid. This would be a right choice. 2. We couldn't dismiss H o when in truth H o is valid. This would be a right choice. 3. We could dismiss H o when in truth H o is valid. This would be a wrong choice. This sort of mistake is known as a Type I blunder . 4. We couldn't dismiss H o when in actuality H 1 is valid. This would be an inaccurate choice. This sort of mistake is known as a Type II blunder .

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EXAMPLE Type I and Type II Errors For each of the accompanying cases clarify what it would intend to make a Type I mistake. What might it intend to make a Type II blunder? In 1997, 43% of Americans 18 years or more seasoned took an interest in some type of philanthropy work. A scientist trusts that this rate distinctive today. In June, 2001 the mean length of a telephone approach a cell phone was 2.62 minutes. A scientist trusts that the mean length of a call has expanded from that point forward.

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CAUTION!

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EXAMPLE Wording the Conclusion In June, 2001 the mean length of a telephone approach a cell phone was 2.62 minutes. An analyst trusts that the mean length of a call has expanded from that point forward. (a) Suppose the example prove shows that the invalid theory ought to be rejected. Express the wording of the conclusion. (b) Suppose the specimen prove demonstrates that the invalid theory ought not be rejected. Express the wording of the conclusion.

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