Any of you guys who feeling comfortable with anything of these?
Im really lost
You observe the following sample (rounded) drawn from a normal random variable
22, 19, 14, 15, 20, 20, 21, 14, 19, 18, 15, 14, 15.
a) Use the sample to estimate µ
b) Estimate the variance of the sample average ó²ӿ
c) Find a 99% confidence interval for µ
d) Test the null hypothesis H0: µ15 against H0: µ ≠15 with α= 5%
e) Test the null hypothesis H0: µ=µ0 against H0: µ ≠µ with α= 5% for an arbitrary µ0.
f) Find the confidence interval for µ.
g) How are the results in e) and f) related? Why?
Im glad for all kind of answers!
The estimate of is the sample average
while the unbiased estimate of is the sample variance
But I doesnt have n? X would be 4?
And 0,05, what´s that?
Originally Posted by Lippi86
you do need to open up your book
n is the number of observation in your data set
alpha =.05 is the probability of a type one error
You really do need to crack open your book.
the variance of the sample average ó²ӿ , I cant find that in my book? is it the same as just a plan ó.
because in the qusetion they asking about ó²... and I cant find how Im doing this? maybe it because the book is written in anoter way of doing it? (Speechless)