Ch 41: TExES Physics/Math 7-12: Statistical Inference

Sharpen your understanding of statistical inference before you sit for the TExES Physics/Math 7-12 teacher certification examination. When you study this chapter's lessons and take the corresponding quizzes, you can review the subject.

TExES Physics/Math 7-12: Statistical Inference - Chapter Summary

This chapter addresses statistical inference, statistical analysis, bivariate data and variability in statistics. In part, the educational lessons will refresh your memory of scatterplots and outline the techniques for reading them, and they'll allow you to explore various kinds of statistics. Review these topics before you take the TExES Physics/Math 7-12 examination. This chapter could help you with:

• Analyzing statistical data in order to predict trends
• Examining the correlation between coefficients and scatterplots
• Interpreting graphs of categorical data
• Making estimates with quantitative data
• Learning more about internal validity
• Defining bivariate data, variability in statistics, simple linear regression and hypothesis testing
• Calculating the intercept and slope of linear models
• Completing practice problems involving linear relationships
• Studying the law of large numbers
• Estimating parameters with sample data

All of these tutorial lessons emphasize a different statistical inference topic. If you're planning to sit for the TExES Physics/Math 7-12 examination in the near future, your review of these subjects could prepare you for related questions on the certification assessment. The lessons are short, entertaining and developed by math and physics experts. Self-assessment quizzes, written transcripts and worksheets are all included to enhance your learning experience.

14 Lessons in Chapter 41: TExES Physics/Math 7-12: Statistical Inference
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