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6 Comments
johnroberts983 — 11/06/16
like can you use the same method
Rannagh07 — 11/06/16
except backwards
CB2506 — 11/06/16
No. If 95% is mentioned it's 1.96, where as 5% is comparing it off of 0.05.
1282 — 11/06/16
I think you mean 5% level of significance?
what.the.matter.is.the — 11/06/16
5% is level of significance and 95% is confidence. Basically if they ask for a 95% confidence interval then do an interval. With 5%, they usually ask you to do a hypothesis test. Just do what's said on the question, they mean the same. Unless you mean to 5% confidence in which case you do the same as 95% with using the number for 5% in the z-value thing in your log tables book but that's not on the course.
jadesullivannn — 12/06/16
I think you might mean 5% is level of significance? it's the same as 95% confidence
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