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.125 on a .05 significance level
.01 on a .05 significance level
The exact probability of getting a test statistic value of a given mangnitude.
Construction of decision rule
Opposing Claim
A multistep procedure that leads from a statement to a decision
When accepting a null hyp. when in fact it is wrong. Beta error
Make a decision on whether or not to accept or reject the null (or alternate) hypothesis
person draws an unbiased representative sample from a statistical pop and then is able to infer certain characteristics
ting aWhen rejec null hyp. when in fact it is true. Is equivalent to sig level
N smaller than 30
However, as the number of population parameters being estimated in statistical calculations increases, one degree of freedom is lost
Requires no such knowledge of populaiton parameters and has fewer assumptions on pop dist.
.0005 on a .01 significance level
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Examining the difference between a sample (or set of samples) and the population parameters
Tests that require knowledge about pop parameters and make assumptions about population dist.
.05 on a .01 significance level
N>30
Examine the likelihood (probability) that an alternate claim (or outcome) would occur if an existing claim were true
.16 on a .01 significance level
P-value multiplied by 2
Select level of significance
State the null and alternate hypothesis
.005 on a .05 significance level
Select appropriate statistical test
original Claim
One section on Curve
Real world processes that produce the spatial pattern under analysis contain random components
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