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Last reply by: Sandahl Nelson
Mon Apr 4, 2016 3:11 PM

Post by Liuzixuan Hu on March 29 at 05:22:26 PM

Hello, Mrs.Nelson!

I am wondering, on the AP Exam, if I am using the calculator to do all those LinRegTTest work, do I still need to list all the formulas on the test? And for the P-value you calculated on the Example: Hypothesis Testing, you didn't show the work, would that be okay on the tests?

I just really do not know when I can just write down the results and when I have to list all the formulas and works on the FRQ..

Thank you so much!


Hypothesis Testing of Least-Squares Regression Line

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  • Intro 0:00
  • Lesson Overview 0:10
  • Review of Least-squares Regression and Interpretation 0:29
    • Correlation Coefficient ( r )
    • Equation of the Least-squares Regression Line
  • Example 2:45
    • Part A: Least-squares Regression Line
    • Part B: Slope of the Least-squares Regression Line
  • Test for the Regression Line 7:50
    • Is There a Correlation?
    • Is the y-intercept = 0?
  • Conditions for Hypothesis Testing 10:49
    • Linearity
    • Constant Variability
    • Normality
    • Independence
  • Hypothesis Testing 16:10
    • Standard Deviation of the Residuals
    • Standard Error of Slope
    • Test Statistic
    • Confidence Interval
  • Example: Hypothesis Testing 20:45
    • Part A: Test the Hypothesis
    • Part B: 95% Confidence Interval of the Slope
  • Interpreting Computer Output 35:40
    • Interpreting Computer Output
  • Example I: Interpreting Computer Output 38:46
    • Part A: Least-squares Regression Equation
    • Part B: Standard Error
    • Part C: Slope of the Least-squares Regression Line
    • Part D: Null and Alternative Hypotheses
    • Part E: Value of Test Statistic
    • Part G: P-Value
    • Part H: Is Income Useful for Predicting the Cost of a Person’s Car?
    • Part I: Estimated Cost
  • Example II: Interpreting Computer Output 47:48