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test statistic - a number calculated by a statistical test

Chi-Square χ2 Test
This calculator determines a χ2 chi-square test on a test statistic and determines if it is outside an accepted range with critical value test and conclusion.

Critical Values for F-test
Calculate a critical value for the F-Test statistic based on DF1, DF2, and α

Difference of Proportions Test
Calculates a test statistic and conclusion for a hypothesis for the difference of proportions

F Test Statistic
Calculates the F-test statistic for two populations

HELP SOLVE
Perform a one-sample z-test for a population mean. Be sure to state the hypotheses and the significance level, to compute the value of the test statistic, to obtain the P-value, and to state your conclusion. Five years ago, the average math SAT score for students at one school was 475. A teacher wants to perform a hypothesis test to determine whether the mean math SAT score of students at the school has changed. The mean math SAT score for a random sample of 40 students from this school is 469. Do the data provide sufficient evidence to conclude that the mean math SAT score for students at the school has changed from the previous mean of 475? Perform the appropriate hypothesis test using a significance level of 10%. Assume that ? = 73.

Hypothesis Testing for a proportion
Performs hypothesis testing using a test statistic for a proportion value.

If a statistical test result is not significant at the 0.05 level, then we can conclude: a. It is no
If a statistical test result is not significant at the 0.05 level, then we can conclude: a. It is not significant at 0.01 level b. It is not significant at 0.10 level c. It must be significant at 0.01 level d. It must be significant above 0.05 level [B]b. It is not significant at 0.10 level[/B] [I]As significance level gets lower, the test gets more strict.[/I]

Imagine that a researcher wanted to know the average weight of 5th grade boys in a high school. He r
Imagine that a researcher wanted to know the average weight of 5th grade boys in a high school. He randomly sampled 5 boys from that high school. Their weights were: 120 lbs., 99 lbs, 101 lbs, 87 lbs, 140 lbs. The researcher posed a null hypothesis that the average weight for boys in that high school should be 100 lbs. What is the [B][U]absolute value[/U][/B] of calculated t that we use for testing the null hypothesis? Mean is 109.4 and Standard Deviation = 20.79182532 using our [URL='http://www.mathcelebrity.com/statbasic.php?num1=120%2C99%2C101%2C87%2C140&num2=+0.2%2C0.4%2C0.6%2C0.8%2C0.9&pl=Number+Set+Basics']statistics calculator[/URL] Now use those values and calculate the t-value Abs(t value) = (100 - 109.4)/ 20.79182532/sqrt(5) Abs(tvalue) = [B]1.010928029[/B]

Mcnemar Test
Given a 2 x 2 contingency table and a significance level, this will determine the test statistic, critical value, and hypothesis conclusion using a Mcnemar test.

Random Test
Given a set of data and an α value, this determines the test statistic and accept/reject hypothesis based on randomness of a dataset.

The margarita is one of the most common tequila-based cocktails, made with tequila, triple sec, and
The margarita is one of the most common tequila-based cocktails, made with tequila, triple sec, and lime juice, often served with salt on the glass rim. A manager at a local bar is concerned that the bartender is not using the correct amounts of the three ingredients in more than 50% of margaritas. He secretly observed the bartender and found that he used the CORRECT amounts in only 9 out of the 39 margaritas in the sample. Use the critical value approach to test if the manager's suspicion is justified at ? = 0.10. Let p represent the proportion of all margaritas made by the bartender that have INCORRECT amounts of the three ingredients. Use Table 1. a. Select the null and the alternative hypotheses. [B]H0: p ? 0.50; HA: p > 0.50[/B] [B][/B] b. Calculate the sample proportion. (Round your answer to 3 decimal places.) 9/39 = [B]0.231 [/B] c. Calculate the value of test statistic. (Round your intermediate calculations to 4 decimal places and final answer to 2 decimal places.) Using our [URL='http://www.mathcelebrity.com/proportion_hypothesis.php?x=9&n=39&ptype=%3C&p=+0.5&alpha=+0.10&pl=Proportion+Hypothesis+Testing']proportion hypothesis calculator[/URL], we get: [B]Test Stat = -3.36[/B] [B][/B] d. Calculate the critical value. (Round your answer to 2 decimal places.) Using the link above, we get a critical value of [B]1.2816 [/B] e. What is the conclusion? [B]The manager�s suspicion is not justified since the value of the test statistic does not fall in the rejection region. Do not reject H0[/B] [B][/B]