Testing a Hypothesis or Claim: Comparing Two Populations
Two different measurements of the same parameter are often compared against each other. Frequently, the goal is to assess whether they are equal or not. Modules Three and Four covered the analysis of a single parameter from measured data. This module focuses on comparing two parameters from two different sets of data. Students will compare two sample proportions and two sample means to determine if the two are significantly different or if there is insufficient evidence for a conclusion.
Complete the Module Five problem set in MyStatLab. See Instructor Tips in MyStatLab for video solutions for select problems. In the Module Five problem set, video solutions are available for problem numbers 9 and 10, and text solutions are available for problem numbers 7 and 14.
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