Hypothesis Testing > Support or Reject Null Hypothesis When to Reject the Null hypothesis Basically, you reject the null hypothesis when your test value falls into the rejection region. There are four main ways you’ll compute test values and either…

# Two Tailed Normal Curve: How to find the area

Probability and Statistics > Normal Distributions > Two Tailed Normal Curve Two Tailed Normal Curve: How to find the area A two tailed normal curve is one where there’s an area in each of the two tails. In order to…

# Area to the Right of a z score (How to Find it)

Probability and Statistics > Normal Distributions > Area to the Right of a z score Watch the video or read the article below: How to find the Area to the Right of a z score There are a few ways…

# How to find area left of a z score

Probability and Statistics > Normal Distributions > How to find area left of a z score How to find area left of a z score You can find area to the left of a z score (where z is greater…

# Area between two z values on opposite sides of mean

Normal distribution curve index > area between two z values on opposite sides Watch the video or read the steps below: How to find the area between two z values on opposite sides of the mean If you want to…

# Area between two z scores on one side of the mean

Normal distribution curve index > Area between two z scores Watch the video or read the article below: If you want to find the area between two z scores, the technique will differ slightly depending on if you have two…

# One tailed distribution (How to find the area)

Probability and Statistics Index > Critical Values > One Tailed Distribution One tailed distribution (How to find the area) A one-tailed distribution in statistics refers to a shaded area in one tail of a probability distribution. There are a few…

# Area Under a Normal Distribution Curve Index

Critical Values > Area Under a Normal Distribution Curve How To Find the Area Under a Normal Distribution Curve How you find the area under a normal distribution curve depends on what your shaded area looks like. Before you can…

# Area under a curve (between 0 and any z-score)

Normal distribution curve index > Find the area under a curve (between 0 and any z-score) This article covers finding the area under a curve in statistics. If you’re looking for how to find the area under a curve in…