## Sierra College

 13-9.1.2 Determining the null and alternative hypothesesAuthor: Shved, LyudmilaCollege: Sierra College
 13-9.1.1 Type I and Type II errorsAuthor: Shved, LyudmilaCollege: Sierra College
 8.3.1 Making reasonable inferences based on prop. statisticsAuthor: Shved, LyudmilaCollege: Sierra College
 13-8.5.1 Selecting a distribution for inferences on the pop.meanAuthor: Shved, LyudmilaCollege: Sierra College
 13-8.3.2 Confidence interval for a pop. proportionAuthor: Shved, LyudmilaCollege: Sierra College
 13-8.2.2 Conf. int. for the pop. mean, use of t distributionAuthor: Shved, LyudmilaCollege: Sierra College
 13-8.2.1 t distributionAuthor: Shved, LyudmilaCollege: Sierra College
 13-8.1.2 Choosing an appropriate sample sizeAuthor: Shved, LyudmilaCollege: Sierra College
 13-8.1.1 Conf. int. for the pop. mean, use of the stand. normalAuthor: Shved, LyudmilaCollege: Sierra College
 13-7.4.1 Central limit theorem, sample proportionAuthor: Shved, LyudmilaCollege: Sierra College
 13-7.3.1 Central limit theorem, sample meanAuthor: Shved, LyudmilaCollege: Sierra College
 13-7.2.3 Normal distribution, Finding a probability, basicAuthor: Shved, LyudmilaCollege: Sierra College
 13-7.2.2 Normal distribution, Finding a mean or stand. dev.Author: Shved, LyudmilaCollege: Sierra College
 13-7.2.1 Normal distribution, Finding a raw scoreAuthor: Shved, LyudmilaCollege: Sierra College
 13-7.1.4 Normal vs standard normal density curvesAuthor: Shved, LyudmilaCollege: Sierra College
 13-7.1.3 Standard normal values, advanced Part 1Author: Shved, LyudmilaCollege: Sierra College
 13-7.1.2 Standard normal values, basicAuthor: Shved, LyudmilaCollege: Sierra College
 13-7.1.1 Standard normal probabilitiesAuthor: Shved, LyudmilaCollege: Sierra College
 13-6.2.3 Binomial problems, advancedAuthor: Shved, LyudmilaCollege: Sierra College
 13-6.2.2 Binomial problems, basicAuthor: Shved, LyudmilaCollege: Sierra College