The following links provide instruction in the use of the TI-83 in statistics.

- General
- Descriptive Statistics
- Histograms and frequency distributions
- Means
- Weighted means
- Sample variance and standard deviation
*z*-Scores- Boxplots and five-number summaries

- Correlation and Regression
- Discrete Random Variables
- Probability histograms
- Mean and standard deviation of a discrete random variable
- Binomial probabilities

- Normal Probabilities
- Computing standard normal probabilities
- Finding standard normal percentiles
- Computing normal probabilities
- Finding normal percentiles

- Sampling
- Confidence Intervals
- Confidence intervals for the mean - large sample
- Confidence intervals for the mean - small sample
- Confidence intervals for the proportion - large sample

- Hypothesis Testing - One Sample
- Testing hypotheses concerning the mean - large sample
- Testing hypotheses concerning the mean - small sample
- Testing hypotheses concerning the proportion - large sample

- Inferences Concerning Two Samples
- Confidence intervals for the difference between means - large sample
- Testing hypotheses concerning the difference between means - large sample
- Confidence intervals for the difference between means - paired samples
- Testing hypotheses concerning the difference between means - paired samples
- Confidence intervals for the difference between proportions - large sample
- Testing hypotheses concerning the difference between proportions - large sample
- Testing hypotheses concerning the comparison of two variances.

e-mail me at rkoether@hsc.edu

This page was last modified on Nov 25, 2002

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