Learn Hypothesis Testing Step by Step ( A Complete Course )
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# Learn Hypothesis Testing Step by Step ( A Complete Course )

Course covers everything that Statistics students want to gain knowledge about Hypothesis Testing
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215 students enrolled
Created by Alia Mubashir
Last updated 4/2017
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Includes:
• 1 hour on-demand video
• 1 Article
• 7 Supplemental Resources
• Access on mobile and TV
• Certificate of Completion
What Will I Learn?
• Understand the Basic concepts of Hypothesis Testing
• What is Hypothesis? and its Basics
• Simple , Composite and types of Error (Type I Error and Type II Error)
• Level of Significance,Test Statistic,Non rejection Region OR Acceptance Region
• One−Sided , Two−Sided (One and Two−Tailed) Test
• More Examples of Hypothesis Testing
• Testing Hypotheses about Population Proportion When Sample Size is Large
• Testing , Small Sample, Population Standard Deviation Unknown
• Examples of Testing , Small Sample, Population Standard Deviation Unknown
• Test Statistic for the Difference between Two Means
• Examples of Test Statistic for the Difference between Two Means
• Two Sample Tests about Proportions
• Examples of Two Sample Tests about Proportions
• Comparing Population Means with Small Samples
• Examples of Comparing Population Means with Small Samples
• Two Sample Tests of Hypothesis: Dependent Samples
• Examples of Two Sample Tests of Hypothesis: Dependent Samples
• More Examples of Two Sample Tests of Hypothesis , Dependent Samples
• Can solve the exercise in last section in the form of PDF File
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Requirements
• Basic knowledge of statistics
• Interest in Statistics
Description

Welcome to my course on "Statistics Concepts - Hypothesis Testing Step by Step"

This course will cover the complete understanding of Hypothesis Testing in Statistics . In this course students will learn the numerically and theoratically concepts of Hypothesis Testing. And also they can download material in the form of PDF Files .

With a lot of Examples that will clear the concepts of Hypothesis Testing , and they will learn how to solve the questions of Hypothesis Testing. So

We Will Cover

• Understand the Basic concepts of Hypothesis Testing
• What is Hypothesis? and its Basics
• Simple , Composite and types of Error (Type I Error and Type II Error) etc etc
• And many more basic and advance concepts of Hypothesis Testing
Who is the target audience?
• Anyone seeking to increase their statistical skills
• Accounting Students
• Finance Students
• This course is ideal for those who have interest in learning
• Statistics Students can take this course
Compare to Other Statistics Courses
Curriculum For This Course
23 Lectures
01:06:30
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Introduction to course
1 Lecture 02:14
Preview 02:14
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Understand the Basic concepts of Hypothesis Testing
5 Lectures 09:30
What is Hypothesis , Statistical Hypothesis and Testing of Hypothesis?
01:58

Null Hypothesis and Alternative Hypothesis
01:58

Quiz
1 question

Simple and Composite Hypothesis
00:18

Type−I Error OR α−Error , Type−II Error OR β−Error , Level of Significance.....?
01:59

Quiz
2 questions

Rejection Region,Non rejection Region,One−Sided (One−Tailed) Test,Two−Sided....?
03:17

Quiz
1 question
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Implementations of Null and Alternative Hypothesis with Examples
6 Lectures 20:55
Degree of Freedom , General Procedure for Testing of Hypothesis
01:05

Quiz
1 question

1. Is this a one or two tailed test?
2. What is the decision rule?
3. What is the value of the test statistic?
4. What is your decision regarding H0?
Example 1
05:15

1. Here we 'll discuss about one tail test
2. Is this a one or two tailed test?
3. What is the decision rule?
4. What is the value of the test statistic?
Example II - Is this a one or two tailed test.....??
03:09

Quiz
1 question

1. (a) State the null hypothesis and alternative hypothesis.
2. (b) State the decision rule
3. (c) Compute the value of the test statistics
4. (d) What is your decision regarding H0?
State the null hypothesis and alternative hypothesis
03:19

Quiz
1 question

After complete this lecture students will be able to know

Test of hypotheses one proportion

π is the population proportion.

p is the sample proportion.

n is the sample size.

σp is a standard error of the proportion etc with Examples

Preview 04:52

Quiz
1 question

They will be able to learn

Example of The null and alternative hypothesis

H0: π ≥ 0.90

H1: π < 0.90

Level of significance:

Decision rule:

Reject H0 if

The value of test statistic

Example of Testing Hypothesis about Population Proportion (Sample Size is Large)
03:15

Quiz
1 question
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Examples of Population Mean: Small Sample, Population S.D , Testing for.......?
4 Lectures 15:26

Testing for a Population Mean:

Small Sample, Population Standard Deviation Unknown:

Testing for a Population Mean: Small Sample, Population Standard Deviation.....?
03:13

Preview 07:47

Quiz
1 question

More Examples of Population Mean Small Sample, Population Standard Deviation..?
2 pages

Two Samples Tests of Hypothesis:

Independent Samples

Variance of the distribution of the differences in means

Test Statistic for the Difference between Two Means
04:26
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Some Advance Concepts of Hypothesis Testing with Examples and PDF Files
3 Lectures 07:14

H0: μ1 ≤ μ2

H1: μ1 > μ2

• Is this a one tailed or a two tailed test?
• State the decision rule
• Compute the value of the test statistic
• What is your decision regarding H0

Example No. 2 of Test Statistic for the Difference between Two Means
1 page

Example No. 3 of Test Statistic for the Difference between Two Means
1 page

Quiz
1 question

07:14
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Examples of Comparing Population Means & Comparing Population Means with Small ?
4 Lectures 07:11
• The sampled populations follow the normal distribution.
• The two samples are from independent populations.
• The standard deviations of the two populations are equal.

Pooled Variance:

Comparing Population Means with Small Samples
06:05

Example of Comparing Population Means with Small Samples
00:18

Quiz
1 question

00:24

Exercise of Hypothesis Testing that will help to understand more easily

Exercise of Hypothesis Testing
00:24
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I have Specialization in Statistics , Finance and also teach Economics , Statistics and Mathematics to students in an academy and now I have started to teach online . I also hold

1. Studied in Statistics and Finance from Punjab University
2. I also hold Diplomas in Office Productivity and many Softwares