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Statistics Tutoring review by Victoria in Maple Grove, MN
The student and I went over her practice test for the entirety of the session. She did well with the hypothesis tests for both one and two populations, especially for the t-test for average difference. I suggested that if she gets really stuck on a problem, the best way to solve it is to pull out different variables, identify the variables, and identify the unknown. Then she can look at which equations incorporate the variables and address the unknown in the question. I also think she will do well if she understands the bootstrap question, and knows that she should compare the critical values of a normal distribution to the critical values of the bootstrap sampling. If we have time, I would like to go over the last question and I would also like to review how to calculate the power of a test.
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Statistics Tutoring review by Francis in Maple Grove, MN
We reviewed concepts from simple linear regression. The practice problems included estimating the parameters of the model, beta_0 and beta_1 and then using the equation to estimate values of y given x. We also worked on computing various measures including SSR, SSE, and SST and creating an ANOVA table to find the significance of the model. The student was able to work through the problems and showed a good understanding of the material.
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Statistics Tutoring review by Benedetto in Maple Grove, MN
We went over the lecture notes from class, and I explained how to use hypothesis testing to compare before and after proportions and how to compare the means of two samples.
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Statistics Tutoring review by Matthew in Maple Grove, MN
We went over the start of a new chapter in preparation for the student's test on Tuesday. We discussed the z-test statistics and how to use the student's t chart to find the z critical value. We looked at how to know what type of test to use (if sigma is known or unknown) as well as finding a sample size when given a margin of error. We looked at identifying confidence level to figure out margin of error and confidence interval.
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Statistics Tutoring review by Travis in Maple Grove, MN
We worked on p values and discussed how they relate to alpha values. We discussed the importance of first picking an alpha value before you calculate your p value and how the alpha value represents the type 1 error rate and how if your p value is less than alpha you have statistical significant results. We also looked at problems that once again were based on research papers.
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Statistics Tutoring review by Remington in Maple Grove, MN
The student and I covered multiple regression with multiple dummy variables today. She asked for help in using the regression model to get a y=mx+b+etc line for each group and understood how the dummy variable coding determines your baseline. We also discussed how to deal with fluctuating averages over time (via smoothing), and she has a good grasp on the different types of smoothing (e.g., exponential vs moving average). She also was able to explain how an autocorrelation test can reveal stochastic behavior over time.
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