Flipped Lecture-Ch21 Understanding Type I&II Error & Relationships w/i Inference

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The following is part of flipped classroom for AP Statistics: One Proportion z-Intervals that completely explains the process and procedures and understandings required to pick the right features of a hypothesis test. This video goes into depth explaining the relationships between Type I and II errors and its relationship to the power of a test.
It also discusses how to combine confidence intervals and hypothesis testing using p-value so that very strong evidence is presented in a conclusion. While proportions are the parameter for this unit, many of the same ideas are used with One Sample t-Interval for Means.

These videos are a complete lecture that is suitable to replace direct instruction in the classroom. The videos present statistics in an engaging and approachable format. If you're looking to create a practical AP Statistics classroom to life, utilizing the flipped classroom will help you to do just that.

There are a total of 26 videos in the package and the videos can be uploaded, modified, and utilized in a flipped classroom software.The sequence of AP Statistics videos and content presented within each chapter is aligned with "Stats: Modeling the World, 3rd Edition" Bock, Velleman, De Veaux ©2010; however, it is my original take on the presentation of the material.

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