- Describe in every day language what a Type I or Type II error is.
- Know which distribution should be used to test the equality of two variances.
- Know which distribution should be used to test a single variance.
- Know which distribution should be used to test the equality of two means, dependent case.
- Know which distribution should be used to test two proportions.
- Know the default level of significance.
- Know the definition of the level of significance.
- Know the definition of the critical value.
- Know the definition of null and alternative hypotheses.
- Know the definition of the probability-value.
- Know the definition of the F-variable.
- Know the relationship between prob-value, test statistic, level of significance, and critical values.
- Know the difference between the decision and conclusion as to whether the null hypothesis or original claim is used.
- Know the difference between critical value and test statistic as far as which is looked up and which is calculated.
- Know the results from the classical approach and how they differ from the results with the prob-value approach.
- Know properties of the Standard Normal distribution.
- Know properties of the Student's T distribution
- Know properties of the Chi-Square distribution.
- Know properties of the F Distribution
- Know which distributions are best used with the classical approach and which are best used with the prob-value approach.
- Know when to reject the null hypothesis using both the classical and prob-value approaches.
- Look up the critical values for a test about a single population mean.
- Look up the critical values for a test about a single population mean.
- Look up the critical values for a test about a single population variance.
- Look up the critical values for a test about two population variances.
- Find the prob-value for a test statistic which isn't a value directly in the table. The best that you will be able to do is to say the prob-value is between two probabilities.
- Look up the critical value in a chi-square table when the degrees of freedom aren't in the table. You should go to the value in the table which is less likely to reject in error.
- Tell how you can tell whether the test for a single population mean is a left-tail, right-tail, or two-tail test by looking at the critical value(s).
- Calculate the test statistic used to test the equality of two population variances (F-test).
- A claim and level of significance are given. You are told the decision and you need to write the conclusion.

- Problems 1 - 6 are short answer.
- Problems 7 - 15 are true false.
- Problems 16 - 21 are multiple choice
- None of the problems are directly from the text (that I know of).