P-Value is calculated by:
1- the number from the table when it is a one sided test
The number from the table was a t-table because we did not know the population variance of a single population. The number that was taken from the T-table was 1.833 (which is stated in the photo above)
And even if I decided to use the z-table to find the number the number that comes up is .9664 when I use the z-table to find 1.833.
You obviously don’t divide by 2 because it’s one sided. Please explain how you got this P-Value.
If you are going to change the calculation of something, or you are going to change a calculation that you explained already you need to explain this. This has been very frustrating taking these courses because this is not the first time this has happened. And I have to say that I am very disappointed that I am having a hard time following your program considering your teaching methods. Especially since this is online and you can’t just ask a question. I have spent many hours watching your videos and I have to say that I am very disappointed with the Probability and Statistics course. There are many situations where the calculations have changed from one video to the next. That is poor teaching.