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MTH/233 Week 4 Learning Team Assignment - Hypothesis Testing Powerpoint

MTH/233 Week 4 Learning Team Assignment - Hypothesis Testing Powerpoint

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Select a research issue, problem, or opportunity facing a Learning Team member’s organization that could benefit from hypothesis testing.

Write a 1,050- to 1,750-word paper describing a hypothesis test to perform on that data using a one or two-sample z test or a one or two sample t test. You may use one- or two-tailed tests. You may use Microsoft® Excel® to perform your hypothesis test.

• Formulate a hypothesis statement and perform the five-step hypothesis testing procedure on the data identified above.
• Describe the results of the tests.
• Interpret the results of your hypothesis test, state any limitations of the analysis, and describe the significance of the results to the organization. Be sure to attach the results of the hypothesis test output created in Microsoft® Excel® to your paper.

Prepare a 10- to 12-slide Microsoft® PowerPoint® presentation that could be used to persuade an audience to a particular course of action around your chosen issue, problem, or opportunity, based on results of your hypothesis test.
Select a research issue, problem, or opportunity facing a Learning Team member’s organization that could benefit from hypothesis testing.

Write a 1,050- to 1,750-word paper describing a hypothesis test to perform on that data using a one or two-sample z test or a one or two sample t test. You may use one- or two-tailed tests. You may use Microsoft® Excel® to perform your hypothesis test.

• Formulate a hypothesis statement and perform the five-step hypothesis testing procedure on the data identified above.
• Describe the results of the tests.
• Interpret the results of your hypothesis test, state any limitations of the analysis, and describe the significance of the results to the organization. Be sure to attach the results of the hypothesis test output created in Microsoft® Excel® to your paper.

Prepare a 10- to 12-slide Microsoft® PowerPoint® presentation that could be used to persuade an audience to a particular course of action around your chosen issue, problem, or opportunity, based on results of your hypothesis test.

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