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1. For critical regions how do i know which inequality to use when i am finding the probabilities
http://mei.org.uk/files/papers/s109jn_7dgf.pdf

very last question 7iii)

and why does this one test both the upper and lower tail
should i do this very time?
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3. (Original post by esmeralda123)
For critical regions how do i know which inequality to use when i am finding the probabilities
http://mei.org.uk/files/papers/s109jn_7dgf.pdf

very last question 7iii)

and why does this one test both the upper and lower tail
should i do this very time?
Your question is vague which is probably why you haven't got an answer yet. Can you please refer to working/mark scheme to explain what you mean?

and why does this one test both the upper and lower tail
The question says that it is a 2-tail test so you include the upper and lower tail.
4. (Original post by Y11_Maths)
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5. [QUOTE=Notnek;76374210]Who needs a bot when you have Y11_Maths to bump threads

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6. the critical region in this case will be made up of some small numbers and some big numbers.

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