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The lecture Testing Hypotheses about Proportions by David Spade, PhD is from the course Statistics Part 2. It contains the following chapters:
What describes the general procedure for hypothesis testing of proportions?
What is an appropriate interpretation of a pvalue?
What is not a condition that needs to be satisfied in order to use the oneproportion ztest?
What is something we do not report after the hypothesis test is complete?
What is an example of a good hypothesis testing practice?
What pvalue would imply rejecting the null hypothesis at the 5% level?
What pvalue would imply rejecting the null hypothesis at the 1% level?
What statistical value would not allow one to reject the null hypothesis if the critical value is 1.96?
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