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Chris Paret

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  • #198591

    Chris Paret
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    Thanks, Chris. I checked that out before posting as I was looking for more details. A kind soul sent me some slides via email.

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    #197607

    Chris Paret
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    @robert – thanks for your comments. Maybe I should provide a bit more clarity. I’m more concerned about more common hypothesis tests such as 2 Means t-tests (2 Sample t), 2 Propotions, etc. Equivalence testing is its own beast. And maybe there is confusion (likely on my part) as I don’t think a 2 Means t-Test with Ho: Sample 1 = Sample 2 and Ha: Sample 1 ≠ Sample 2 is Equivalence testing.

    Anyway, most software packages show the null as = even when the alternative is > or <. So theoretically the null at <= or >= is correct, but in practice and in training what is the common convention for the null.

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    #192202

    Chris Paret
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    Full disclosure… I work for MoreSteam. We provide online Lean Six Sigma training for ASQ. We do not provide the online training for the course in your link above.

    Your link is to a ‘prep’ course, which is not Green Belt training. The learning objectives for the course in your link are to understand the content covered by the five main domains in the CSSGB Body of Knowledge and to become familiar with questions similar to those within the ASQ CSSGB exam. This is from ASQ’s site. If you’ve gone through GB training already and want to take a course to PREPARE for the ASQ GB exam, this course may be for you.

    Just trying to clear the air… not sell anything.

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    #192013

    Chris Paret
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    First off I’m not trying to push my product, just trying to offer good service to those that are new to this market. @chris…. if you’re unable to get your money back we (MoreSteam) would provide you with a credit towards a MoreSteam online course.

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