The summary page developed in class for Lesson 14 is here. OK oil well problem Z test.

Another oil well example with 3 cases and more detail is here, Class Notes . These cases have different numbers that the cases considered in class, but are the same problems. The cases demonstrate the difference between strong evidence, no evidence, and moderate evidence against the null hypothesis and in favor of the alternative.

The remaining homework assignments are now posted. Notice there are THREE extra credit assignments due on Friday nights for the next three weeks. The first and third of these assignments are worth 4 points each extra credit on exam two. The second of these assignments is for TEN points on the assignments within the 120 points maximum.

**This Week’s events to prepare for exam two:**

Monday-SI session 6-8 in 213 CLBN, hw help or work a practice test from spring 2016; 10pm HW due

Tuesday-2pm class, exam review, fall 2018 exam; 4-6pm exam review, 301 CLB, spring 2018 exam

Wednesday-4-6pm exam review, 301 CLB, fall 2017 exam; SI session 4-5, 201 AGH, work practice test spring 2016

Thursday-Exam Two; and then, it is SPRING BREAK!

SLIC will be closed on Friday in celebration of spring!

February 21, 2019 – 11:22 am
See Poisson Random Variable Lesson 9 Hand Written Lecture for some lecture ideas and details on the class example.