# Biostatistics with R/Hypothesis Testing

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## Summary of Formulars with R[edit]

Formular Number | Name | Formular | Formular with R |
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7.1.1, 7.1.2, 7.2.1 | z-transformation (using either or ) | Example | |

7.2.2 | t-transformation | Example | |

7.2.3 | Test statistic when sampling from a population that is not normally distributed | Example | |

7.3.1 | Test statistic when sampling from normally distributed populations:population variances known | Example | |

7.3.2 | Test statistic when sampling from normally distributed populations:population variances unknown and equal | Example | Example |

7.3.3, 7.3.4 | Test statistic when sampling from normally distributed populations: population variances unknown and unequal | Example | Example |

7.3.5 | Sampling from populations that are not normally distributed | Example | Example |

7.4.1 | Test statistic for paired differences when the population variance is unknown | Example | Example |

7.4.2 | Test statistic for paired differences when the population variance is known | Example | Example |

7.5.1 | Test statistic for a single population proportion | Example | Example |

7.6.1, 7.6.2 | Test statistic for the difference between two population proportions | Example | Example |

7.7.1 | Test statistic for a single population variance | Example | Example |

7.8.1 | Variance ratio | Example | Example |

7.9.1, 7.9.2 | Upper and lower critical values for � x | Example | Example |

7.10.1, 7.10.2 | Critical value for determining sample size to control type II errors | Example | Example |

7.10.3 | Sample size to control type II errors | Example | Example |

5.5.3 | Continuity correction when x > np | Example | Example |

5.6.1 | z-transformation for difference between two proportions | Example | Example |

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