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**Statistics : Introduction to Hypothesis Testing for the Binomial Distribution**

In this tutorial you are introduced to hypothesis testing for the proportion p from a Binomial distribution. You will be shown the notation used, what a significance level is and how to apply lower or upper tail tests.
**Statistics : Hypothesis Testing (Binomial Distribution proportion) - Example**

In this example you are introduced to hypothesis testing for the Binomial Distribution. The example looks at a one tailed test in the lower tail.

**Statistics : Hypothesis Testing for the Binomial Distribution (Example)**

In this tutorial you are shown an example that tests the upper tail of the proportion p from a Binomial distribution. The example is In Luigi's restaurant, on average 1 in 10 people order a bottle of Chardonay. Out of a sample of 50, 11 chose Chardonnay. Has the drink become more popular? Test at the 1% level of significance

More Lessons for A Level Maths

Math Worksheets

Examples, solutions, videos, activities, and worksheets that are suitable for A Level Maths.

In this tutorial you are introduced to hypothesis testing for the proportion p from a Binomial distribution. You will be shown the notation used, what a significance level is and how to apply lower or upper tail tests.

In this example you are introduced to hypothesis testing for the Binomial Distribution. The example looks at a one tailed test in the lower tail.

In this tutorial you are shown an example that tests the upper tail of the proportion p from a Binomial distribution. The example is In Luigi's restaurant, on average 1 in 10 people order a bottle of Chardonay. Out of a sample of 50, 11 chose Chardonnay. Has the drink become more popular? Test at the 1% level of significance

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