Ch 13: Cambridge Pre-U Math Short Course: Hypothesis Testing

Explore the definitions, steps and examples involved in hypothesis testing as you prepare to pass the Cambridge Pre-U Math Short Course examination. This chapter on the subject is presented in the form of animated online videos and text transcripts.

Cambridge Pre-U Math Short Course: Hypothesis Testing - Chapter Summary

Take this opportunity to learn more about hypothesis testing before you attempt to pass the Cambridge Pre-U Math Short Course test. Prior to taking the end-of-course exam, explore this chapter's video lessons in order to build your ability to develop a hypothesis and conduct hypothesis tests. Explore various sampling methods and determine their suitability for formulating a hypothesis as you work through each of the online lessons. This chapter could help you with:

• Outlining the steps involved in hypothesis testing
• Understanding hypothesis testing for a sample mean
• Interpreting effect size
• Noting the contrasts between Type I and II errors
• Comparing hypothesis tests and confidence intervals
• Conducting hypothesis testing for matched pairs, proportion, difference between two proportions, and large and small independent samples

Learn from experienced instructors as you get ready for the Cambridge Pre-U Math Short Course test. The short video lessons are completely viewable online. The timeline link under the video tab displays the main topics of the lessons and allows you to access them with just a click. If you have questions about any of the chapter's topics, submit them for clarification and receive expert assistance. Transcripts are included, and they have several bold terms that represent key lesson topics.

Cambridge Pre-U Math Short Course: Hypothesis Testing Chapter Objectives

The final exam for the Cambridge Pre-U Math Short Course is divided into two sections. The equivalent of 45% of the assessment score and comprised of 65 questions, Paper 1 is called Pure Mathematics. There's a one-hour-and-45-minute time limit on this section. After moving to Paper 2, Statistics, you'll have two hours to finish its 80 questions. The component is equal to 55% of the overall assessment score. In part, questions on the Statistics section will require your familiarity with terms such as significance level, null hypothesis, test statistic, acceptance region and alternative hypothesis. Prepare for these questions with the engaging videos and self-assessment quizzes in this chapter.

10 Lessons in Chapter 13: Cambridge Pre-U Math Short Course: Hypothesis Testing
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