# Confidence Interval Statistics Questions

Question Description
Final. Seven questions.

Must show all work.

Students will be able to calculate and interpret z-scores.
Students will be able to calculate percentages between, above, or below values in a normal distribution.
Students will be able to find values in a normal distribution based on given percentages.
Students will be able to interpret and apply the central limit theorem in regards to proportions.
Students will be able to interpret and apply the central limit theorem in regards to means.
Students will be able to calculate confidence intervals for proportions.
Students will be able to perform one-proportion z-tests.
Students will be able to interpret confidence intervals, the results of hypothesis tests, and p-values.
Students will be able to interpret confidence intervals, the results of hypothesis tests, and p-values.
Students will be able to construct a two-proportion z-interval.
Students will be able to perform a two-proportion z-test.
Students will be able to calculate a confidence interval for means.
Students will be able to conduct a one-sample t-test for means.
Students will be able to calculate a confidence interval for the difference between means.
Students will be able to conduct a two-sample t-test for the difference between means.
Students will be able to conduct a paired t-test for the difference between paired means.
Students will be able to calculate a confidence interval for the mean of paired differences