It is typically used in quantitative research and predicts the relationship between variables.
Error probabilities and power Video transcript - [Instructor] We are told a restaurant owner installed a new automated drink machine. The machine is designed to dispense milliliters of liquid on the medium size setting.
The owner suspects that the machine may be dispensing too much in medium drinks. They decide to take a sample of 30 medium drinks to see if the average amount is significantly greater than milliliters. What are appropriate hypotheses for their significance test?
And they actually give us four choices here. I'll scroll down a little bit so that you can see all of the choices.
So like always, pause this video and see if you can have a go at it. Okay now let's do this together. So let's just remind ourselves what a null hypothesis is and what an alternative hypothesis is.
One way to view a null hypothesis, this is the hypothesis where things are happening as expected.
Sometimes people will describe this as the no difference hypothesis. It'll often have a statement of equality where the population parameter is equal to a value where the value is what people were kind of assuming all along. The alternative hypothesis, this is a claim where if you have evidence to back up that claim, that would be new news.
You are saying hey there's something interesting going on here. There is a difference. And so in this context, the no difference, we would say the null hypothesis would be, we would care about the population parameter, and here we care about the average amount of drink dispensed in the medium setting.
So the population parameter there would be the mean, and that the mean would be equal to milliliters. Because that's what the drink machine is supposed to do. And then the alternative hypothesis, this is what the owner fears, is that the mean actually might be larger than that, larger than milliliters.
And so let's see which of these choices is this? Well these first two choices are talking about proportion, but it's really the average amount that we're talking about.
We see it up here. They decide to take a sample of 30 medium drinks to see if the average amount, they're not talking about proportions here, they're talking about averages, and in this case we're talking about estimating the population parameter, the population mean, for how much drink is dispensed on that setting.
And so this one is looking like this right over here. Only these two are even dealing with the mean. And the difference between this one and this one is this says the mean is greater than milliliters, and that indeed is the owner's fear.
And this over here, this alternative hypothesis, is that the, that it's dispensing on average less than milliliters, but that's not what the owner is afraid of. And so that's not the kind of the news that we're trying to find some evidence for.1.
Remember that the main question should not be a hypothesis. The main research question itself is usually a “normal” research question, which hypotheses are then formulated to help answer. Hypotheses therefore take the place of sub-questions.
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