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Recall that in finding the confidence interval in single mean of normal distribution,

=

!

!

!

Thus, in finding the confidence interval in single proportion, as long as n is sufficiently large,

=

!

! (! ! !)

!

at 95% confidence interval, use z = 1.96

at 99% confidence interval, use z = 2.575

INFERENCE IN PROPORTIONS

Assumptions in tests involving inference in proportions:

samples are randomly selected to avoid bias in the sample proportion

from binomial experiments: there are only two possible outcomes, success and failure 1 -

a binomial distribution has a mean and variance (1 - ).

n 5

INFERENCE IN SINGLE PROPORTION

- determines if the sample proportion is from a population with mean .

=

(1 )

EXAMPLES:

1. (vitamindeficiency.sav) A milk advertisement claims that 1 out of 5 children (3 to 12 years old) suffers from vitamin deficiency.

To test this claim, another milk manufacturer randomly selected 50 children and found that 8 of them have osteoporosis.

Does the manufacturer have a reason to believe the claim? Test at 5% level of significance.

Hypotheses:

Ho: ________________________________________________________________________________________

Ha: ________________________________________________________________________________________

Construct the 95% confidence interval for .

Test Statistic:

Decision: _____________

p-value: __________

Conclusion: ____________________________________________________________________________________

2. In a random sample of 500 Asian males, it was found that only 13 suffers from red-green color blindness. Do the data provide

sufficient evidence that below 5% of Asian males suffer from red-green color blindness? Test at = 0.05.

Hypotheses:

Ho: ________________________________________________________________________________________

Ha: ________________________________________________________________________________________

Construct the 95% confidence interval for .

Test Statistic:

Decision: _____________

p-value: __________

Conclusion: ____________________________________________________________________________________

- determines if the proportion parameters, ! = ! are equal.

!! !!! ! !! !!!

! !!!

!!

! !!!

!

!!

, where =

!! !!!

!! !!!

EXAMPLE:

1. (autism.sav) Autism is reported to be more common in males than in females. To test this claim, a randomly selected 800

males and 1200 females were tested for autism and found that 12 males and 4 female was positive for autism. Test the

hypothesis at 5% significance level that the proportion of males with autism is greater than females.

Hypotheses:

Ho: ________________________________________________________________________________________

Ha: ________________________________________________________________________________________

Test Statistic:

Male

Female TOTAL

Autism

No Autism

TOTAL

Critical Value(s): _________

Decision:

p-value: __________

_____________

Conclusion: ____________________________________________________________________________________

INFERENCE IN TWO OR MORE PROPORTIONS

(Chi-square test of homogeneity)

- extension of z-test for two proportions

- assumes that at least 20% of the k categories have Ek 5.

Note that Chi-square test of homogeneity assumes independent groups.

! =

!! !!! !

!!

EXAMPLE:

1. (dengueseason.sav) A researcher wants to determine if dengue has, still, a

seasonal pattern. From the 400 random cases for the year 2012 were gathered

each quarter and it was found that 4, 10, 14, and 11 were found to had dengue

during the 1st, 2nd, 3rd and 4th quarter of the year, respectively. Do we have a

reason to believe that dengue has a seasonal pattern? Test at = 0.05

Hypotheses:

Ho: ____________________________________________________

Ha: ____________________________________________________

Test Statistic:

1st Quarter

2nd Quarter

3rd Quarter

4th Quarter

TOTAL

Dengue

No Dengue

Decision:

_____________

Conclusion: _____________________________________________________________________________________

2. Use chi-square test of homogeneity in the example of Inference In Two Proportions. Compute the odds ratio of autism for

males versus females.

Biostatistics

Homework Inference in Proportions

Names: ______________________________ & _____________________________

Score: ________ / 15

You may create your own data in SPSS satisfying the given in the following examples.

1. Suppose that in a certain community, 19 out of 35 randomly selected children suffer from chickenpox the past five summer

vacations. Is there sufficient evidence to conclude that majority of children suffered from chickenpox during the past five

summer vacations? Test at = 0.05.

Hypotheses:

Ho: ________________________________________________________________________________________

Ha: ________________________________________________________________________________________

Test Statistic:

Decision:

_____________

p-value: __________

Conclusion: ____________________________________________________________________________________

2. Suppose that during the past five summers in a certain community, 15 out of 40 randomly selected boys ages 3 to 12 suffer

from chickenpox. 10 out 50 randomly selected girls of the same age also suffer from chickenpox. Can we infer from the data

that there are equal number of boys and girls of ages 3 to 12 who suffered from chickenpox for the past five summers? Test at

= 0.05.

Hypotheses:

Ho: ________________________________________________________________________________________

Ha: ________________________________________________________________________________________

Test Statistic:

Decision:

_____________

p-value: __________

Conclusion: ____________________________________________________________________________________

3. Suppose that during the past five summers in a certain community, 10 out of 50 randomly selected pre-school children suffer

from chickenpox, 15 out of 30 are children in primary school. Lastly, 7 out of 20 are in intermediate schools. Test at = 0.05

that grade school levels determines the chance of experiencing chickenpox for the past five summers.

Hypotheses:

Ho: ________________________________________________________________________________________

Ha: ________________________________________________________________________________________

Test Statistic:

Decision:

_____________

p-value: __________

Conclusion: ____________________________________________________________________________________

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