Introduction to Continuous Probability Distributions As was the case with discrete distributions, some continuous random variables are of particular interest. In this lesson, we will discuss two of these: the uniform distribution and the normal distribution. ...
Introduction to Hypothesis Testing for Proportions A confidence interval on the population proportion provides a set of plausible values for that proportion as we saw in the last lesson. If the proportion is hypothesized to be, say, 0.4, but the interval does ...
Introduction to Analyzing Categorical Data In recent lessons, the responses have been numerical. When working with two treatments or populations, the treatments or populations may be thought of as categorical explanatory variables. In this lesson, we will ...
To review these concepts, go to Continuous Probability Distributions Study Guide. Continuous Probability Distributions Practice Questions Practice ...
To review these concepts, go to Hypothesis Testing for Proportions Study Guide. Hypothesis Testing for Proportions Practice Questions Practice A woman ...