Effect Size in Hypothesis Testing: Definition & Interpretation

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How many steps are there in hypothesis testing?

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1. Which of the following is a TRUE about effect size in hypothesis testing?

2. If you are looking to see that a great many people own dogs, then what kind of effect size would tell you that?

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We've put together this quiz and worksheet to give you a tool for assessing your knowledge of effect size in hypothesis testing. Just a few of the topics covered on this quiz include the kind of effect size that would tell you that a great many people own dogs and how to compare effect size.

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Take this quiz to see how well you know:

  • How many steps there are in hypothesis testing
  • A true statement about the effect size in hypothesis testing
  • The kind of effect size that would tell you that a great many people own dogs
  • How to compare effect size
  • What effect size tells us

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Additional Learning

If you'd like to study this information in greater detail, take a look at our professionally written lesson called Effect Size in Hypothesis Testing: Definition & Interpretation. After you complete this lesson, you should be able to do the following:

  • Explain what statisticians use hypothesis testing for
  • Define effect size
  • Discuss what an effect size of 0 would mean
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