Larry Green's Videos for Elementary Statistics and Probability   Videos using the TI 84+ Calculator   Descriptive Statistics     Probability     Discrete Random Variables     Continuous Random Variables     The Normal Distribution     The Normal Approximation to the Binomial Distribution (With the Continuity Correction)     The Central Limit Theorem     Confidence Intervals Finding a Confidence Interval for a Single Population Proportion Finding a Confidence Interval for a Single Population Mean (s Known) Finding a Confidence Interval for a Single Population Mean (s Unknown) Finding a Confidence Interval for a Single Population Mean (s Unknown, Using a Computer) Determining the Sample Size for a Confidence Interval for a Mean Determining the Sample Size for a Confidence Interval for a Proportion (With a Preliminary Estimate for p) Determining the Sample Size for a Confidence Interval for a Proportion (Without a Preliminary Estimate for p)   Hypothesis Tests for a Single Variable Setting Up a Hypothesis Test:  H0 and Ha, Type I and Type II errors, a, and the Rejection Region (Left Tailed Test, Proportion) Interpreting a and P, and Using Them to Make a Conclusion (Right Tailed Test, Mean) Interpreting a and P, and Using Them to Make a Conclusion (2-Tailed Test, Mean) Hypothesis Test for a Single Population Mean (s Known Right Tailed) Hypothesis Test for a Single Population Mean (s Unknown Left Tailed) Hypothesis Test for a Single Population Proportion (Two Tailed) Hypothesis Test for a Single Population Mean (s Unknown Left Tailed Using a Computer)   Hypothesis Tests for a Difference   c-Squared, Regression Analysis, Testing 2 Variances, and ANOVA     Projects   Some notes on the data and other issues   Home Pages e-mail Questions and Suggestions This work is licensed under a Creative Commons License.