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Want to master the Basics of Hypothesis Testing? This course is carefully designed for students who are struggling with Statistics, for those who are not quantitatively inclined, and complete beginners (newbies!) in Statistics.
After completing this course, you will have a complete understanding of Hypothesis Testing for population means and will be able to easily answer examstyle questions. I teach using intuitive stepbystep explanations and assume students have absolutely no background in Statistics.
In this course, I provide examstyle questions you would expect at the college and university level so you can immediately apply the concepts you've been taught. I then provide a video lecture of me working through the questions stepbystep so you can fully understand how to approach and complete them on your own. Practice examstyle questions are the key to acing your exams!
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Section 1: Fundamentals of Hypothesis Testing  

Lecture 1  00:45  
Welcome to my complete course: the Introduction to Hypothesis Testing. This course is aimed for complete beginners or those struggling with introductory statistics. I teach by breaking down complex concepts into little bite sized pieces and telling funny stories that stick! Good luck! :) 

Lecture 2  08:57  
Check out this simple and intuitive example of Hypothesis Testing: Taking your mum bowling for her birthday. This lecture will ensure you clearly understand why we conduct this tests and that they are used commonly in everyday life, like seeing whether your best friend is lying to you! This lecture shows how you already intuitively understand the basics of Hypothesis Testing, and that the remainder of this course is for you to learn these concepts formally and understand the statistical jargon. After this lecture, the hard part is already done :) In this lecture, you will learn:


Lecture 3  03:42  
Super simple and clear explanation of the differences between the population and a sample. Never get confused again!


Lecture 4  05:40  
How to correctly set up your null and alternate hypothesis. Use this one simple rule and never this this step wrong! In this lecture, you will learn:


Quiz 1  4 questions  
Just a quick quiz to recap some of the concepts covered so far. 

Lecture 5  00:39  
A discussion on the burden of proof in Hypothesis Testing. In this lecture, you will learn:


Lecture 6  01:40  
The 3 types of Hypothesis Tests you will encounter: Upper, Lower, and TwoTailed Tests. Its very easy to identify them! In this lecture, you will learn:


Lecture 7  09:08  
How to correctly set up the rejection region of your test. This is a simple yet crucial concept in Hypothesis Testing! In this lecture, you will learn:


Lecture 8  05:40  
Let Judge Judy teach us about Type 1 errors and significance levels. In this lecture, you will learn:


Lecture 9  01:04  
Calculating Type 2 errors are often excluded from Introductory Statistics courses, so be sure to check your course outline. In this lecture, you will learn:


Quiz 2  4 questions  
Just a quick quiz to recap some of the concepts covered so far. 

Lecture 10  05:10  
Beginning our first worked example: a Lowertailed Hypothesis Test. Let's go through this stepbystep in little chunks... In this lecture, you will learn:


Lecture 11  03:08  
Introduction to the standard normal distribution (zdistribution) and why it is used in Statistics, and the concept of culmulative probabilities. In this lecture, you will learn:


Lecture 12  04:30  
Learn how to use the Cumulative Standard Normal Probability Table, otherwise known as the ZTable. It's easy to use, and it the most common table provided in Statistics textbooks. I'll also cover the 2 most important rules to using the ZTable! In this lecture, you will learn:


Lecture 13  01:44  
How to use another form of the ZTable you may encounter. In this lecture, you will learn:


Lecture 14  04:29  
In this lecture, you will learn:


Lecture 15  04:13  
Super easy explanation of standard errors and why they're so important in Hypothesis Testing. In this lecture, you will learn:


Lecture 16  01:10  
Calculating the critical value of the test! In this lecture, you will learn:


Lecture 17  00:54  
How to correctly conclude the test. The language here is very important, so be careful! In this lecture, you will learn:


Lecture 18  01:17  
A complete summary of the steps for conducting a Hypothesis Test for a population mean. In this lecture, you will learn:


Quiz 3  4 questions  
Just a quick quiz to recap some of the concepts covered so far.  
Lecture 19  08:00  
A complete worked example of an UpperTailed Test. Are house prices too high? How would a Hypothesis Test be conducted in this scenario? In this lecture, you will learn:


Lecture 20  06:47  
A complete worked example of a TwoTailed Test. How old is the average age of Youtube viewers? Can we test this using Hypothesis Testing? Well, yes...yes we can... In this lecture, you will learn:


Lecture 21  02:24  
A summary of this section and what is to come in the next section. Congrats! You can now answer a Hypothesis Testing question, though there is more material to cover. 

Lecture 22 
A Quick Note About Practice Questions

00:24  
Lecture 23 
Practice Questions for Section 1

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Lecture 24 
Section 1: Worked Solutions to Practice Question 1

03:15  
Lecture 25 
Section 1: Worked Solutions to Practice Question 2

07:46  
Lecture 26 
Section 1: Worked Solutions to Practice Question 3

03:52  
Lecture 27 
Section 1: Worked Solutions to Practice Question 4

07:05  
Lecture 28 
Section 1: Worked Solutions for Practice Question 5

06:27  
Lecture 29 
Section 1: Worked Solutions for Practice Question 6

06:52  
Section 2: Additional Concepts of Hypothesis Testing  
Lecture 30  00:30  
Welcome to Section 2 of the course! Its time to learn a few more concepts to polish up your knowledge. But not to worry, its only a minor extension of what you already know! 

Lecture 31  01:09  
A quick overview of the 3 methods to answering a Hypothesis Testing question for one population mean. We've already covered the Critical Value method in Section 1 of this course. Only 2 more to go! In this lecture, you will learn:


Lecture 32  01:59  
A quick review of the Critical Value method as taught in Section 1. In this lecture, you will cover:


Lecture 33  09:16  
This is a complete lecture on the ZScore method. I teach this method in a stepbystep manner and slowly work through an example from Section 1. In this lecture, you will learn:


Lecture 34  03:23  
Introduction to the PValue, and an overview of how it is used in Hypothesis Testing. This is one of the most important concepts in Statistics. Don't worry, I've broken it down into little bite sized digestible pieces :) In this lecture, you will learn:


Lecture 35  06:21  
A detailed stepbystep worked example to demonstrate how to implement the PValue method of Hypothesis Testing. In this lecture, you will learn:


Quiz 4  3 questions  
This is a quick quiz to recap some of the concepts covered so far. 

Lecture 36  01:56  
In reality, we cannot observe the population standard deviation. If this is the case, then how do we proceed? This short lecture will tell us how. Its easy! In this lecture, you will learn:


Lecture 37  01:36  
A quick introduction to the Student T Distribution. This is used in place of the Standard Normal Distribution when you only have the sample standard deviation to work with. In this lecture, you will learn:


Lecture 38  07:29  
A complete stepbystep solution for a Hypothesis Testing question when only the sample standard deviation is available, hence, students must use the Student T distribution. In this lecture, you will learn:


Lecture 39  05:24  
There's an extra step for calculating the pvalue for a 2tailed test, and since students find the pvalue method the most difficult, here is another complete worked example! In this lecture, you will learn:


Lecture 40  05:05  
An introduction to the Central Limit Theorem and how it relates to Hypothesis Testing. Sometimes it can be impossible to answer a Hypothesis Testing question... In this lecture, you will learn:


Lecture 41  05:54  
This lecture covers how we conduct a Hypothesis Test on proportions. For example, more than half of Udemy students are females. How can we test this claim? In this lecture, you will learn:


Quiz 5  3 questions  
A quick quiz to recap some of the concepts covered so far. 

Lecture 42  02:30  
Summary of this Section and some important reminders of the concepts covered. Congrats! You've now finished the guts of this Course :) 

Lecture 43 
Practice Questions for Section 2

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Lecture 44 
Section 2: Worked Solutions for Practice Question 1

04:12  
Lecture 45 
Section 2: Worked Solutions for Practice Question 2

01:57  
Lecture 46 
Section 2: Worked Solutions for Practice Question 3

04:23  
Lecture 47 
Section 2: Worked Solutions for Practice Question 4

03:48  
Lecture 48 
Section 2: Worked Solutions for Practice Question 5

03:34  
Section 3: Practice ExamStyle Questions and Worked Solutions  
Lecture 49 
Introduction to this Section

01:02  
Lecture 50  2 pages  
It is suggested that you attempt the questions without referring to the solutions initially. If you get stuck, then refer to the solutions and complete the question. The next day, attempt the question again without referring to the solutions. 

Lecture 51 
Worked Solutions to ExamStyle Question 1

07:36  
Lecture 52 
Worked Solutions to ExamStyle Question 2
Preview

07:26  
Lecture 53 
Worked Solutions to ExamStyle Question 3

06:19  
Lecture 54 
Worked Solutions to ExamStyle Question 4

09:18  
Lecture 55 
Worked Solutions to ExamStyle Question 5

06:47  
Lecture 56 
Worked Solutions to ExamStyle Question 6

08:16  
Lecture 57  15:11  
This is a stepbystep worked example on how to answer a Hypothesis Testing question on the Type 2 error of a test. This procedure is sometimes omitted from Introductory Statistics courses, so be sure to check your course outline to see if it is included. In this lecture, you will learn:

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