Tests of Inference

1)    Inference for a Population Proportion: 1-sample z-tests (Chap 7&8):

a)     C.I. for a population proportion;

b)     Hypothesis testing for a population proportion.

 

2)    Inference for Two Population Proportions: 2-sample z-tests (Chap 8):

               a) Comparing two population proportions: Hypothesis testing for two population proportions;

               b) C.I. for the difference of two population proportions (optional topic).

 

3)    Inference for a Population Mean: 1-Sample t-tests (Chap 9):

               a)    C.I. for a population mean;             

               b)    Hypothesis testing for a population mean;

 

4)    Inference for Two Population Means: 2-sample t-tests (Chap 9)

              a) C.I. for the difference between two population means;

              b) Comparing two population means: Hypothesis testing for two population means.

 

5)    Matched Pairs (Paired) t-Tests: (Chap 9)

a)     C.I for the mean difference between “before” and “after” populations (optional topic).

b)     Hypothesis testing for the mean difference between “before” and “after” populations.

 

6)    Inference for Two Categorical Variables (Chap 10)

a) Hypothesis testing for two categorical variables: chi-squared test.