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DAILY LESSON Teacher AURELIE M. MIRONES Learning Area Statistics and Probability
PLAN Teaching
Quarter Two
Week
Time: 7:15 8:15
10:45 11:45 Day: Wednesday
1:00 2:00
2:00 3:00
Date: October 6, 2016
I. OBJECTIVES
A. Content Standards The learner demonstrates understanding of key concepts of tests of hypotheses on
the population mean and population proportion.
B. Performance Standards The learner is able to perform appropriate test of hypotheses involving the
population mean and population proportion to make inferences in real-life
problems in different disciplines.
C. Learning Competencies / LC7. Computes for the test-statistic value (population proportion)
Objectives
Write the LC code for each
LC8. Draws conclusion about the population proportion based on the statistic value
and the rejection region.
LC9. Solves problems involving test of hypothesis on the population proportion.
Objective: At the end of the lesson students are able
1. Computes for the test-statistic value(population proportion)
2. Solve problems involving test of hypothesis on the population proportion.
3. Draws conclusion about the population proportion.
Code: M11/12SP IVf 1-2, M11/12SP IVg
II. CONTENT TESTS OF HYPOTHESIS
III. LEARNING
RESOURCES
A. References
1. Teachers Guide pages

3. Textbook pages Elementary Statistics by Bluman, p. 378

Learning Resource (LR)
portal
B. Other Learning Resources Statistics and Probability by Belecina, Baccay & Mateo, pp. 181 - 187
IV. PROCEDURES
REVIEW
A. Reviewing previous lesson
or presenting the new
Solve the following problems involving test of hypothesis on the population mean.
The director of manufacturing at a clothing factory needs to determine whether a
new machine is producing a particular type of cloth according to the manufacturers
specifications which indicate that the cloth should have a mean breaking strength of
70 pounds and a standard deviation of 3.5 pounds. A sample of 49 pieces of cloth
reveals a sample mean breaking strength of 69.1 pounds. Is there evidence that the
machine is not meeting the manufacturers specifications for the average breaking
strength? Use a 0.05 level of significance.
B. Establishing a purpose for State the objective of the lesson.
the lesson
C. Presenting examples/ instances Drinking water has become an important concern among people. The quality of
of the new lesson
drinking water must be monitored as often as possible during the day for possible
contamination. Another variable of concern is the pH level, which measures the
alkalinity or the acidity of the water. A pH below 7.0 is acidic while a pH above 7.0 is
alkaline. A pH pf 7.0 is neutral. A water treatment plant has a target pH of 8.0. Based
on 16 random water samples, the mean and the standard deviation were found to
be:
X 7.6 and s = 0.4.
Central Limit Theorem cannot be applied since n = 16. In a situation like this, there is
more appropriate distribution to use, the t distribution.
D. Discussing new concepts Discuss how to compute for the test-statistic value. (Refer to Stat. by Bluman, p. 378)
and Practicing skill #1
Compute the test statistic value given the following:
1. X 15 , = 12, s = 4, n = 12
2. X 7.8 , = 10, s =5.1, n = 10
3. X 5 , = 5.3, s = 0.14, n = 8
4. = 9.1, X 7.2 , s = 1.8, n = 15
5. = 7, X 5 , s = 3, n = 10

D. Discussing new concepts Group Activity. Discuss how to solve problems involving test of hypothesis on the
and Practicing skill #2
population mean and how to draw conclusion about it.
Solve the following problems involving test of hypothesis on the population mean.
1. The director of a secretarial school believes that its graduates can type more
than 75 words per minute. A random sample of 12 graduates has been found
to have an average of 77.2 words per minute with a standard deviation of 7.9
words per minute in a typing test.
2. It is hypothesized that the cost of making a movie is Php24.6 million. This year,
a random sample of 15 movies has shown an average production cost of
Php28.3 million with a standard deviation of Php9.5 million. At 0.01 level of
significance, is the hypothesized cost true?
F. Developing mastery Solve the following problems involving test of hypothesis on the population mean.
The average amount of rainfall during the summer months is 11.52 inches. A
researcher in PAG-ASA selects a random sample of 10 provinces and finds that the
average amount of rainfall last year was 7.42 inches with a standard deviation of 1.3
inches. At 0.01 level of significance, can it be concluded that the mean rainfall last
year was below 11.52 inches.
G. Finding practical applications
of concepts and skills in daily Ask the students about the real situations in life wherein hypothesis testing is use.
living
H. Making generalizations and Summary of Key Ideas
abstractions about the lesson Test Value
X
t , where X = sample mean, = population mean, s = standard deviation,
s n
n = sample size

Steps in solving problem involving test of hypothesis of population mean.

1. State the hypotheses and identify the claim.
2. Find the critical value(s)
3. Compute the test value.
4. Make the decision to reject or not reject the null hypothesis.
5. Draw the conclusion.
I. Evaluating learning Solve the following problems involving test of hypothesis on the population
The mean content of 25 bottles of Brand S mango juice is 355 mL with a standard
deviation of 9 ml. Is this in line with the manufacturers claim that the bottle
contains, on the average 360 ml? Use 0.01 level of significance.
J. Additional activities for Solve the following problems involving test of hypothesis on the population mean.
An anthropologist believes that the diameter of the skull of a primitive man is more
than 7 inches. After many years of research, 6 skulls of this type are found. The
mean diameter of these is found to be 6.8 inches with a standard deviation of 1.2
inches. Can it be concluded that the anthropologist is correct at the 0.05 level of
significance?
V. REMARKS
VI. REFLECTION
A. No.of learners who earned 80% on
the formative assessment
B. No.of learners who require
C. Did the remedial lessons work?
No.of learners who have caught
up with the lesson.
D. No.of learners who continue to
require remediation
E. Which of my teaching
strategies worked well? Why
did these work?
F. What difficulties did I encounter
which my principal or supervisor
can help me solve?
G. What innovation or localized
materials did I use/discover which I
wish to share with other teachers?