Faculty Sponsor

Chand Chauhan

Document Type

Presentation

Department/Program

Mathematics Master of Science in Applied Mathematics

University Affiliation

Indiana University - Purdue University Fort Wayne

Abstract

Estimating the difference between unknown means of two independent populations is a very useful project in many fields of study. Some standard tests or confidence intervals of the difference of two means exist. However, the existing tests are valid only when the two populations have known variances, or unknown but equal variances. The real world hardly ever gives such conditions.

Presentation Date

4-9-2011

Included in

Mathematics Commons

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