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1)In the video, the statistician says that scientific statements have to be very precise and we have to think hard about whether they are true

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1)In the video, the statistician says that scientific statements have to be very precise and we have to think hard about whether they are true. This can lead to discussions about: 

a. How precise is “very” precise? Should we say e.g., that the mean height of US men is 5’10” or would it be more “scientific” to say that it is 5’10.23416”? 

 

 

 

 

 

2. Are the results of studies due to adding up a large number of random events?

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

3. In the video, the scientist focuses pretty much exclusively on the p-value. Is this really what scientists do? Should they?

 

 



4. Imagine that Ernie and the statistician were going to play a long game, best out of a 100 or so. What analysis could you to predict what the final score might be? (This is a chance to discuss the confidence interval)

 

 

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