Test yourself: Hypothesis testing and a confidence interval

How well have I met the learning outcomes?

The following are quizzes and solutions I’ve used when teaching these topics in the classroom environment:

Feel free to use them to test yourself too.

I’d recommend doing this only after having completed the following lessons and the associated self-assessment questions.

And I’d suggest sitting down and simulating the same test environment: open book; open device; 25-30 minutes. Use it to figure out whether the lectures notes you’ve been creating for yourself are sufficiently strong and accessible to help you through, and whether your work on the self-assessment questions has given you a solid understanding.

You can do whatever works best for you, of course, but I’d also recommend only looking at the solutions after you’ve completed the assessment.

Quiz questions

Extended sample solution

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Guidance on using your statistics tables and Excel and/or Google Spreadsheets to get things right on a quiz like this

You might want to check out this topic, as it relates to using your statistics tables and/or Excel to get this kind of confidence interval or two-tailed hypothesis testing question right.

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The following schedules are for Alex’s in-class students:

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