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Hypothesis Testing of Population Proportion - Case 2

Hypothesis Testing of Population Proportion - np < 5

Session 64: Hypothesis Testing of Population Proportion - Case 2

Hypothesis Testing of Population Proportion - np < 5

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  • Hypothesis Testing of Population Proportion (p) - S2

    Case 2: np < 5

    In this session Hypothesis Testing of Population Proportion (p) when (np < 5) is explained.

    The following concepts are discussed:

        ♦ Test-statistics for testing the population proportion (when np < 5) explained

        ♦ Criterion for rejection of null hypothesis explained.

        ♦ How to use binomial distribution to find the Test-statistics is explained

        ♦ 2 examples on lower-tail test, 1 example on upper tail test and  1 example on 2-tailed test are discussed and explained

        ♦ Type I and Type II Errors in Hypothesis Testing explained

        ♦  Probability of making Type II Error explained

    Notes and homework are available in the exercise file section

  • Session 64: Hypothesis Testing of Population Proportion - Case 2

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