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Sec. 9.2 Tests for a Population Proportion

Sec. 9.2 Tests for a Population Proportion

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Tutorial

Sec. 9.2 One-Sided Test for a Population Proportion

This section introduces the acronym PHANTOMS to complete a 1-proportion z test. It includes one example problem.

Sec. 9.2 A Two-Sided Test for a Population Proportion

Another example test of significance, but this one is for a two-sided test for a population proportion.

Sec. 9.2 A One-Proportion Z-Test versus a Confidence Interval

This example addresses how to use a confidence interval for a test of significance and why one may be better than the other.