Question about Texas Instruments TI-83+ Graphing Calculator (TEX83PL)

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Carry out the test. The calculator will display a p= value (or if you draw it - it will be the shaded area). This is the type one error. Why? Well if H0 is true then your t-test will come from this distribution. Think of the bell shape as a histogram - you have one value you are comparing to it. Is this value typical of this "histogram"? If the value is near the centre of the bell it is reasonable that it came from it. If it is in the extreme it probably didn't and so we reject H0. The type one error is the probability that we reject H0 given that it is true. H0 assumes the t value comes from this distribution - so it is the probability of getting this value or something more extreme. (i.e. the shaded area. Incidently this is the same way of finding the type one error for any test.

Posted on Sep 13, 2009

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Posted on Jan 02, 2017

First you need the Std Error of the mean value, a measure of the dispersion of that mean value.

SE = sample std deviation / sqrt (sample size)

= 100 / sqrt (64)

= 100 / 8

= 12.5

Then we use a figure for the number of std errors either side of the mean value, which make up a 95 % confidence interval. This is ± 1.96 std errors, from tables of the Normal Distribution.

So the confidence interval is

350 ± 1.96 * 12.5 or

374.5 to 325.5

.

SE = sample std deviation / sqrt (sample size)

= 100 / sqrt (64)

= 100 / 8

= 12.5

Then we use a figure for the number of std errors either side of the mean value, which make up a 95 % confidence interval. This is ± 1.96 std errors, from tables of the Normal Distribution.

So the confidence interval is

350 ± 1.96 * 12.5 or

374.5 to 325.5

.

Dec 11, 2015 | Institute of Mathematics and Statistics...

First you need the Std Error of the mean value, a measure of the dispersion of that mean value.

SE = sample std deviation / sqrt (sample size)

= 8 / ? 64

= 1

Then we use a figure for the number of std errors either side of the mean value, which make up a 99 % confidence interval. This is ± 2.58 std errors, from tables of the Normal Distribution.

So the confidence interval is

125 ± 2.58 * 1 or

127.58 to 122.42

.

SE = sample std deviation / sqrt (sample size)

= 8 / ? 64

= 1

Then we use a figure for the number of std errors either side of the mean value, which make up a 99 % confidence interval. This is ± 2.58 std errors, from tables of the Normal Distribution.

So the confidence interval is

125 ± 2.58 * 1 or

127.58 to 122.42

.

Dec 10, 2015 | Institute of Mathematics and Statistics...

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If the sixth number is 72 then the mean of the six numbers will be 79.5

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hiArguments are in an invalid order, try multiplying the 5.8 with the other two terms (2pi/365)(x-196) that way yo might be able to graph it.

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Aug 24, 2011 | Texas Instruments Computers & Internet

Click the Start button

Click the Run button

Type cmd then press enter

In the command box type the drive letter for your CD Rom Drive, followed by a colon (example, D:) then press enter

Type tiinteractive.exe /quiet then press enter

Wait 5 minutes then close the command box

TI interactive should be now installed

Don't forget to rate

Click the Run button

Type cmd then press enter

In the command box type the drive letter for your CD Rom Drive, followed by a colon (example, D:) then press enter

Type tiinteractive.exe /quiet then press enter

Wait 5 minutes then close the command box

TI interactive should be now installed

Don't forget to rate

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and set the default downloading folder into another drive.

If the temp file is also full then empty that also which intrepts the downloads. For doing this just press win key + r then write in that following commands :

temp

%temp%

prefetch

and delete all file for doing this press ctrl + A and then shift + del

This will allow you to download now.

and set the default downloading folder into another drive.

If the temp file is also full then empty that also which intrepts the downloads. For doing this just press win key + r then write in that following commands :

temp

%temp%

prefetch

and delete all file for doing this press ctrl + A and then shift + del

This will allow you to download now.

May 20, 2010 | Texas Instruments TI InterActive!...

Try doing a "silent" installation.

Click the Start button

Click the Run button

Type cmd then press enter

In the command box type the drive letter for your CD Rom Drive, followed by a colon (example, D:) then press enter

Type tiinteractive.exe /quiet then press enter

Wait 5 minutes then close the command box

TI interactive should be now installed

If it doesn't work, e-mail me at brumed@verizon.net

Click the Start button

Click the Run button

Type cmd then press enter

In the command box type the drive letter for your CD Rom Drive, followed by a colon (example, D:) then press enter

Type tiinteractive.exe /quiet then press enter

Wait 5 minutes then close the command box

TI interactive should be now installed

If it doesn't work, e-mail me at brumed@verizon.net

Nov 11, 2009 | Texas Instruments TI InterActive!...

Yes you can use it, here is the formula: Y= V(t+ (i/c))^(tc) V=amount put in, t=time, i=intrest rate, c= amount of times it is compounded.

(I know this because I have a TI-83 calculator)

(I know this because I have a TI-83 calculator)

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Jow can I manage a kaplan-Meire Curve by using SPSS12.0v and how can I arrange my data in SPSS window? Please Give me the solution.

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