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Stats Exam 3 w/Ellis

third exam with ellis. April 2011

A Type 1 error is the result of
A research article reports results of a study using a test for dependent means as " (38)=3.11, <.01." This tells you:
When conducting a test for independent means, a typical research hypothesis might be:
How do you set up a hypothesis testing problem?
Other names for the test for dependent means includes all of the following EXCEPT:
Place the five steps of the hypothesis-testing process in the correct order:
The main idea of a chi-square test is that you:
When a conducting a test for independent means:
If you know the samples variance but not the populations variance
A researcher tests
Created by: gzaloumes