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**Two Sample Tests Ho Ho Ha Ha TEST FOR EQUAL VARIANCES**

TEST FOR EQUAL MEANS Ho Ho Population 1 Population 1 Population 2 Population 2 Ha Ha Population 1 Population 2 Population 1 Population 2

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**Hypothesis Tests for Two Population Variances**

Two-Tailed Test Upper One-Tailed Test Lower One-Tailed Test

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**Hypothesis Tests for Two Population Variances**

F-TEST STATISTIC FOR TESTING WHETHER TWO POPULATIONS HAVE EQUAL VARIANCES where: ni = Sample size from ith population nj = Sample size from jth population si2= Sample variance from ith population sj2= Sample variance from jth population

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**Hypothesis Tests for Two Population Variances (Example 9-2)**

df: Di = 10, Dj =12 a = .10 Rejection Region /2 = 0.05 F = 1.47 F Since F=1.47 F/2= 2.76, do not reject H0

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**Independent Samples Independent samples**

Selected from two or more populations Values in one sample have no influence on the values in the other sample(s).

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**Hypothesis Tests for Two Population Means**

Format 1 Two-Tailed Test Upper One-Tailed Test Lower One-Tailed Test

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**Hypothesis Tests for Two Population Means**

Format 2 Two-Tailed Test Upper One-Tailed Test Lower One-Tailed Test

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**Hypothesis Tests for Two Population Means**

T-TEST STATISTIC (EQUAL POPULATION VARIANCES) where: Sample means from populations 1 and 2 Hypothesized difference Sample sizes from the two populations Pooled standard deviation

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**Hypothesis Tests for Two Population Means**

POOLED STANDARD DEVIATION Where: s12 = Sample variance from population 1 s22 = Sample variance from population 2 n1 and n2 = Sample sizes from populations 1 and 2 respectively

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**Hypothesis Tests for Two Population Means**

(Unequal Variances) t-TEST STATISTIC where: s12 = Sample variance from population 1 s22 = Sample variance from population 2

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**Hypothesis Tests for Two Population Means (Example 9-4)**

Rejection Region /2 = 0.025 Rejection Region /2 = 0.025 Since t < 2.048, do not reject H0

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**Hypothesis Tests for Two Population Means**

DEGREES OF FREEDOM FOR t-TEST STATISTIC WITH UNEQUAL POPULATION VARIANCES

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**Confidence Interval Estimates for 1 - 2**

STANDARD DEVIATIONS UNKNOWN AND 12 = 22 where: = Pooled standard deviation t/2 = critical value from t-distribution for desired confidence level and degrees of freedom equal to n1 + n2 -2

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**Confidence Interval Estimates for 1 - 2 (Example 9-5)**

- $330.46 $1,458.34

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**Confidence Interval Estimates for 1 - 2**

STANDARD DEVIATIONS UNKNOWN AND 12 22 where: t/2 = critical value from t-distribution for desired confidence level and degrees of freedom equal to:

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**Confidence Interval Estimates for 1 - 2**

LARGE SAMPLE SIZES where: z/2 = critical value from the standard normal distribution for desired confidence level

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**Paired Samples Hypothesis Testing and Estimation**

Paired samples are samples that selected such that each data value from one sample is related (or matched) with a corresponding data value from the second sample. The sample values from one population have the potential to influence the probability that values will be selected from the second population.

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**Paired Samples Hypothesis Testing and Estimation**

PAIRED DIFFERENCE where: d = Paired difference x1 and x2 = Values from sample 1 and 2, respectively

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**Paired Samples Hypothesis Testing and Estimation**

MEAN PAIRED DIFFERENCE where: di = ith paired difference n = Number of paired differences

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**Paired Samples Hypothesis Testing and Estimation**

STANDARD DEVIATION FOR PAIRED DIFFERENCES where: di = ith paired difference = Mean paired difference

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**Paired Samples Hypothesis Testing and Estimation**

t-TEST STATISTIC FOR PAIRED DIFFERENCES where: = Mean paired difference d = Hypothesized paired difference sd = Sample standard deviation of paired differences n = Number of paired differences

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**Paired Samples Hypothesis Testing and Estimation (Example 9-6)**

Rejection Region = 0.05 Since t= < 1.833, do not reject H0

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**Paired Samples Hypothesis Testing and Estimation**

PAIRED CONFIDENCE INTERVAL ESTIMATE

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**Paired Samples Hypothesis Testing and Estimation (Example 9-7)**

95% Confidence Interval 4.927 9.273

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**Hypothesis Tests for Two Population Proportions**

Format 1 Two-Tailed Test Upper One-Tailed Test Lower One-Tailed Test

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**Hypothesis Tests for Two Population Proportions**

Format 2 Two-Tailed Test Upper One-Tailed Test Lower One-Tailed Test

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**Hypothesis Tests for Two Population Proportions**

POOLED ESTIMATOR FOR OVERALL PROPORTION where: x1 and x2 = number from samples 1 and 2 with desired characteristic.

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**Hypothesis Tests for Two Population Proportions**

TEST STATISTIC FOR DIFFERENCE IN POPULATION PROPORTIONS where: (1 - 2) = Hypothesized difference in proportions from populations 1 and 2, respectively p1 and p2 = Sample proportions for samples selected from population 1 and 2 = Pooled estimator for the overall proportion for both populations combined

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**Hypothesis Tests for Two Population Proportions (Example 9-8)**

Rejection Region = 0.05 Since z =-2.04 < , reject H0

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**Confidence Intervals for Two Population Proportions**

CONFIDENCE INTERVAL ESTIMATE FOR 1- 2 where: p1 = Sample proportion from population 1 p2 = Sample proportion from population 2 z = Critical value from the standard normal table

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**Confidence Intervals for Two Population Proportions (Example 9-10)**

-0.034 0.104

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Key Terms Independent Samples Paired Samples

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