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Directions:
1. T-test: 2 Independent Samples Assuming Unequal Variances
From the Class Survey Data File, using data from the 2 Independent Samplessheet —
     
   
First     Name!
     Last Name!
            Use the data set labeled with the first letter of your FIRSTname.  
AClick on the DATA TAB and then selectDATA ANAYLSIS
BSelectt-test: 2 Samples Assuming Unequal Variances
CInputs:
● Variable 1 Range: 1st Column of Data, including heading
● Variable 2 Range: 2d Column of Data, including heading
● Hypothesized Mean Difference: 0
● click onLabels 
● Alpha : .10 
● Output Range:click on New Worksheet ply
2. T-Test: 2 Dependent Samples (Paired)Test
From the Class Survey Data File, using data from the Paired Data Sample sheet —
Use the data set labeled with the first letter of your LASTname.
AClick on the DATA TAB and then selectDATA ANAYLSIS
BSelect: t-Test: Paired Two Sample for Means
CInputs:Same as for above Test
3. See Assignment Submission Form
A & C State your Test Decision & Basis for the Decision: This isStep 5 of a hypothesis test and state
what values are you comparing to make your decision. Do not stateall the steps of a HT
B & D InterpretationAnalysis of Results: This is Step 6 of a HT – application of results to context.
 ● It is suggested you read the Survey Question (from the Survey Question sheet of the
Survey DataFile) for the response variable being tested.

 ● Whether you reject or fail to reject, the issue then becomes what is some plausible reason
orexplanation or interpretation for the outcome the test produced? 
● Responses should be concise, clear, and organized.
 
● You are not asked to state H0 and H1, but it will help you answer B & D. See next page.

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