The question of rejecting the null (and risk committing a Type I error) or failing to reject the null (and risk committing a Type II error) is a ponderous thing, but as we have learned there are 3 methods by which we can come to the same conclusion.
Compare the test-statistic against some z (or t) value
Calculate a confidence interval and compare if the sample mean is contained within it, or
Compare the p-value against α.
All three are dependent upon α, although if our test statis...
As mentioned in class today (STAT201:11, I'll mention this to you tomorrow), two of the markers for 201 have indicated that they would be willing to do a group tutorial for the final examination. They will be offering a 2 hour tutorial on either Sunday (December 6th), Monday (December 7th), or Wednesday (December 9th). [Correction: Only ONE of these days is currently scheduled unless there is sufficient numbers to incentivize them to offer a second day.] All three of them would occur some...
The final exam schedule has been posted for some time, but if you haven't already done so you should take a look at the schedule for my classes - along with your other couses here. For my statistics classes 201:11, 201:14, and 333:10, your final exam schedule is below:
- STAT201 (11/14), December 11 at 14:00 hrs (2:00pm) Oland Centre Gym, Rows 2-28
- STAT333 (10), December 14 at 19:00 hrs (7:00pm), Annex 23A
School officially ends on December 4th, so you'll have plenty of time to prepare, just make...