# Probability and Statistics

Suppose that 10% of a population is left-handed. What is the probability that in a sample of n = 10 individuals, 3 or more individuals are left-handed?

...This requires an explanation on how to compute descriptive statistics excel.

Objective: Learn to how to do descriptive statistics in excel.

...## Question: Difference between descriptive and inferential statistics

This question seeks to explain the difference between quantitative and qualitative data.

Create a table of the difference between qualitative da...

What are the requirement for the Wilcoxonâ signed-ranks test for matchedâ pairs?

Outline the basic requirements for Wilcoxon signed rank tests as they apply for matched pairs.

...What is the conclusion for Wilcoxonâ signed-ranks sum hypothesisâ test?

How do you make conclusion on Wilcoxonâ signed-ranks sum hypothesisâ test?

What is the criteria for rejecting or failing t...

What are the different types of non parametric statistical tests? Briefly list and explain various types of non-parametric tests used in statistics. Are there advantages of some non-parametric statistical tests over the others?

...What is a major constraint about non parametric tests? Briefly explain the major constraint about non parametric tests

...In what sense does the Wilcoxonâ signed-ranks test incorporate and use more information than the signâ test?

Compare how you compare the informat...

What are the requirements of performing a Wilcoxon signed-ranks tests?

Are there any requirement that the populations must have a normal distribution or any other specificâ distribution?