On the top of this page you will a link to the Normal Table (Standard Normal Table). Perform a Z-score test and look up your answer on such a table.
I have zero idea what is going on with p values and would like some explanation on how to calculate them if at all possible. Here's an example question:
Assuming that the following sample arises from a Normal distribution with mean u and standard deviation sigma, where
sigma = 5.34, and the 12 samples are:
92.1, 94.6, 100.5, 95, 106.3, 91.4, 92.25, 93, 104, 105.5, 104, 109.1.
It was believed that the population mean u is 100. You tested the null hypothesis H0 : u = 100 against the two-sided alternative hypothesis H1 : u not equal to 100. What is the p-value?
On the top of this page you will a link to the Normal Table (Standard Normal Table). Perform a Z-score test and look up your answer on such a table.
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any help on that question would be appreciated!
Have you performed a search on a one sample z score test yet? If so what are your questions?
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All you have to do is type "one sample z score test" into your internet browser and there will be lots of examples and definitions. Have you done this?
The formula that will pop-up is: .
Insert your numbers and calculate z-score:
xbar= mean of your numbers
mu = 100
and sigma xbar = 5.34
Next look-up z-score or type it into your internet browser. It doesn't seem like you are applying that much effort, since you just keep repeating yourself. Be specific about what you don't understand.
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