Population Means and Proportions – SLP

Drawing Inference about Population Means and Proportions – SLP
Having developed the null and alternative hypotheses in the previous module 4 assignment, write a 2- to 3-page essay in which you:

1.Identify a test statistic to help you assess the evidence against the null hypothesis you developed in the previous module.

2.Explain why you have chosen the specific test statistic. Include in your discussion description of the test statistic.

3.Summarize your findings by creating a summary graph in which you display your data.

4.Discuss the total number of measurements (sample size), the possibility for measurement error, and whether it is large enough to paint an accurate picture.

SLP Assignment Expectations

Use the information in the modular background readings as well as resources you find through ProQuest or other online sources. Please be sure to cite all
sources and provide a reference list at the end of the paper. Submit the paper as a Word document through the link provided for the assignment.

Length: 2-3 pages typed and double-spaced.

Your Case paper will be further evaluated based on the following criteria:

Precision (Excellent; Good; Average; Poor)
Each question and or assignment requirement is addressed in the paper.

Clarity (Excellent; Good; Average; Poor)
The paper is well organized, concise, reads clearly, and it is not confusing.

The paper presents appropriate breadth covering the assignment questions/requirements.

Depth (Excellent; Good; Average; Poor)
Presents key points that lead to deeper matters and issues.
Integrates several points into coherent conclusions.

Critical Thinking (Excellent; Good; Average; Poor)
The paper demonstrates good understanding and synthesis of the module background material.
Logically incorporates key concepts presented in the background material into the overall analyses, key points and supporting discussions.
Presents well-reasoned conclusions and position as well as convincing arguments in support of the same.

Writing Mechanics
Grammar (Excellent; Good; Average; Poor)
Spelling (Excellent; Good; Average; Poor)
Vocabulary (Excellent; Good; Average; Poor)
Referencing (Excellent; Good; Average; Poor)

Additional considerations to keep in mind while working on your Case Assignments:

Originality and Use of directly quoted material
The purpose of each assignment is for you to present your understanding and synthesis of the background material and key concepts. Accordingly, this must be
accomplished substantially in your own words.
Use directly quoted material sparingly and only when preserving the exact words of an author is necessary. For purposes of this course, rarely should
directly quoted material represent more than 5 percent to 10 percent of your entire case paper’s content. Composing a paper patched together from mostly
quoted material is not acceptable.
Be sure to properly reference all directly quoted material and include the in-text citations. All paraphrased information also requires reference citations
at the end of the paraphrased section.