Two Proportion Z Test worksheet

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How to execute a Two Proportion Z Test? Check out this Z test project analysis datasheet for your reference.

This Six Sigma Green Belt Project Z test enables you to do Cost Data Integrity Project analysis. It provides a framework to analyze two critical processes.

1 - Vendor Invoices Posted to PMS H0: p1 = p2,Null Hypothsis: Number of Vendor Invoices not entered is the same regardless of reconciliation control procedure, H1: p1 p2,Alternative Hyposis: Number of Vendor Invoices not entered is higher when reconciliation procedure is not followed,n1: population of projects that have no reconciliation procedure in place,n2: population of projects that do have a reconciliation procedure in place Size = ,141,62} Confidence Level = "0,99" Observation,Sample n1,Sample n2},{},{Alpha or Sign Level = },{"0,01" ,d1,d2},{},{Decision Cut Off = },You should reject the Null Hypothesis if the Test Statistic.

This worksheet enables you to do statistical data analysis. It gives you a tool to find out the Decision Cut Off Value of Calculate the Test Statistic. Having this value will help you to make decisions in a more empirical way. 

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