- Testing hypothesis
- Formulation of Null and Alternative Hypothesis
- Prob-Formulation of Null and Alternative Hypothesis
- Simple and Composite Hypothesis
- Test-Statistics
- Acceptance and Rejection Regions
- Type 1 and 2 Errors
- The Significance Level
- One Tailed and Two Tailed Test
- General Procedure for Testing Hypothesis
- Left Tailed and Right Tailed Tests
- Prob-Left Tailed and Right Tailed Tests
- Deciding Upon an Appropriate Test
- Level of Significance and Level of Confidence

- Testing Hypothesis about Mean of a Normal population when Sigma is kn
- Testing Hypothesis about Mean of a Normal population when Sigma is Un
- The Students t Distribution
- Hypothesis Testing About the Mean with Unknown Variance
- Comparing the Mean of Two Normal Populations
- Comparing the Means of Two Normal Distributions with unequal Unknown
- The Paired t Test

- Test Based on Normal Approximation
- Example- Test Based on Normal Approximation
- Test of Hypothesis About the Difference Between Two Population Propor
- Prob-Test of Hypothesis About the Difference Between Two Population P
- Testing That Difference Between Two Population Proportions Equals Som
- Prob-Testing That Difference Between Two Population Proportions Equal