Review a key concepts and their relationship or interrelationships

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As we start our discussion this week, let's review a few key concepts and their relationship or interrelationships. As you start reading, what did you learn about the four terms?

1. alpha level

2. effect size

3. power

4. sample size

For example, how does power affect sample size? Or, how does effect size impact sample size?

Any other relationships you notice? Share freely and comment on each other's posts!

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STATISTICS FOR NURSING: A PRACTICAL APPROACH_3RD EDITION_ELIZABETH HEAVEY FOR ONLINE BOOK PLEASE USE: 1) 2) LOG INTO ACCOUNT a. Username i. b. Password i. Maximus2015 3) Select: a. Navigate 2 Advantage Access for Statistics for Nursing, Third Edition 4) Select: a. LAUNCH 5) Select: a. Chapter 5 Sampling Methods i. eBook: Chapter 5 (hyperlink in black) ...
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The four terms: alpha level, effect size, sample size and power are key in statistics and
are related to each other in one way of the other. Alpha level is the possibility of making wrong
decisions in statistics (Heavey, 2018). This is where rejecting the null hypothesis is based on the
possibility of the null ...

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