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* NOTE * Graphs cannot be made with summarized data.

One-Sample Z

## Test of mu = 400 vs < 400

The assumed standard deviation = 125

95%
Upper
N Mean SE Mean Bound Z P
50 375,000 17,678 404,077 -1,41 0,079

SUBC> norm 0 1.

P( X <= x ) x
0,95 1,64485

## MTB > TwoT 12 80 4 10 75 4,5;

SUBC> Pooled;
SUBC> Confidence 90;
SUBC> GIndPlot;
SUBC> GBoxplot.
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## Sample N Mean StDev SE Mean

1 12 80,00 4,00 1,2
2 10 75,00 4,50 1,4

## Difference = mu (1) - mu (2)

Estimate for difference: 5,00000
90% CI for difference: (1,87452; 8,12548)
T-Test of difference = 0 (vs not =): T-Value = 2,76 P-Value = 0,012 DF = 20
Both use Pooled StDev = 4,2323

SUBC> t 11 8.

P( X <= x ) x
0,95 12,8923

## MTB > TwoT 12 85 4 10 81 5;

SUBC> Pooled;
SUBC> Confidence 90;
SUBC> GIndPlot;
SUBC> GBoxplot.
* NOTE * Graphs cannot be made with summarized data.
Two-Sample T-Test and CI

## Sample N Mean StDev SE Mean

1 12 85,00 4,00 1,2
2 10 81,00 5,00 1,6

## Difference = mu (1) - mu (2)

Estimate for difference: 4,00000
90% CI for difference: (0,69329; 7,30671)
T-Test of difference = 0 (vs not =): T-Value = 2,09 P-Value = 0,050 DF = 20
Both use Pooled StDev = 4,4777

SUBC> t 11 8.

P( X <= x ) x
0,95 12,8923

## MTB > PTwo 200 120 500 240;

SUBC> Confidence 99;
SUBC> Alternative 1.

## Test and CI for Two Proportions

Sample X N Sample p
1 120 200 0,600000
2 240 500 0,480000

## Difference = p (1) - p (2)

Estimate for difference: 0,12
99% lower bound for difference: 0,0241048
Test for difference = 0 (vs > 0): Z = 2,91 P-Value = 0,002

SUBC> norm 0 1.

P( X <= x ) x
0,99 2,32635

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