



Setting up the hypotheses:

Null Hypothesis:
${H}_{o}$ :
$\rho $ = 0

Alternate Hypothesis:
${H}_{a}$ :
$\rho $ ≠ 0
What the hypotheses mean in words:

Null Hypothesis
${H}_{o}$ : The population correlation coefficient IS NOT significantly different from 0.
There IS NOT a significant linear relationship(correlation) between
$x$ and
$y$ in the population.

Alternate Hypothesis
${H}_{a}$ : The population correlation coefficient IS significantly DIFFERENT FROM 0.
There IS A SIGNIFICANT LINEAR RELATIONSHIP (correlation) between
$x$ and
$y$ in the population.
Drawing a conclusion:
 There are two methods to make the decision. Both methods are equivalent and give the same result.

Method 1: Using the pvalue

Method 2: Using a table of critical values
 In this chapter of this textbook, we will always use a significance level of 5%,
$\alpha $ = 0.05
 Note: Using the pvalue method, you could choose any appropriate significance level you want; you are not limited to using
$\alpha $ = 0.05. But the table of critical values provided in this textbook assumes that we are using a significance level of 5%,
$\alpha $ = 0.05. (If we wanted to use a different significance level than 5% with the critical value method, we would need different tables of critical values that are not provided in this textbook.)
Method 1: using a pvalue to make a decision
 The linear regression
$t$ test LinRegTTEST on the TI83+ or TI84+ calculators calculates the pvalue.
 On the LinRegTTEST input screen, on the line prompt for
$\beta $ or
$\rho $ , highlight "
≠ 0 "
 The output screen shows the pvalue on the line that reads "p =".
 (Most computer statistical software can calculate the pvalue.)
If the pvalue is less than the significance level (α = 0.05):
 Decision: REJECT the null hypothesis.
 Conclusion: "There is sufficient evidence to conclude that there is a significant linear relationship between
$x$ and
$y$ because the correlation coefficient is significantly different from 0."
If the pvalue is not less than the significance level (α = 0.05)
 Decision: DO NOT REJECT the null hypothesis.
 Conclusion: "There is insufficient evidence to conclude that there is a significant linear relationship between
$x$ and
$y$ because the correlation coefficient is NOT significantly different from 0."
Calculation notes:
 You will use technology to calculate the pvalue. The following describe the calculations to compute the test statistics and the pvalue:
 The pvalue is calculated using a
$t$ distribution with
$\mathrm{n2}$ degrees of freedom.
 The formula for the test statistic is
t=\frac{r\sqrt{n2}}{\sqrt{1r^{2}}} . The value of the test statistic,
$t$ , is shown in the computer or calculator output along with the pvalue. The test statistic
$t$ has the same sign as the correlation coefficient
$r$ .
 The pvalue is the combined area in both tails.
 An alternative way to calculate the pvalue
(p) given by LinRegTTest is the command 2*tcdf(abs(t),10^99, n2) in 2nd DISTR.
Third exam vs final exam example: p value method
 Consider the
third exam/final exam example .
 The line of best fit is:
$\hat{y}=173.51+\text{4.83x}$ with
$r=0.6631$ and there are
$\mathrm{n\; =\; 11}$ data points.
 Can the regression line be used for prediction?
Given a third exam score (
$x$ value), can we
use the line to predict the final exam score (predicted
$y$ value)?
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