Inferences about two proportions. Inferences about two proportions. Notation: For Sample 1 population proportion size of sample number of successes Note: , , and used for sample 2. Inferences about two proportions. Pooled sample proportion is denoted by:.
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For Sample 1
Note: , , and used for sample 2.
Pooled sample proportion is denoted by:
( and is that they are different)
2. Find test statistics
3. Draw picture and find p-value.
4. Make a decision. (Compare p-value and
5. Summarize results
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9-2: 13-23 odd.