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14: Hypothesis Test for a Population Mean Given Data

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    Hypothesis Test for a Population Mean With Data

    This calculator performs the hypothesis test for a population mean given statistics. Please report the error to Dr. Jessica Kuang at jkuangATvcccd.edu.

    To learn how to use this calculator, please watch a short video here (coming up).

     

    Input

    Type in the values from the data set separated by commas, for example, 2,4,5,8,11,2.  Then choose the left, right, or two-tailed test and the hypothesized mean.  Finally hit Calculate and the sample mean, then the test statistic and the p-value will be shown.

    Data:

    Choose the test

        \(\lt\)

        \(\gt\)

        \(\neq\)

    Hypothesized Population Mean (\(\mu_0\)):    

     

    Output

    Sample Mean (\(\bar{x}\)):  Standard Deviation (\(s\)):  p-value: 

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