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## Week 2 Participation Post 5 (variant)

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# Week 2 Participation Post 5 (variant)

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Good post independent sampling uses participants from different populations and dependent sampling using participants from the same sample pool I can look at the progress of this class using before and after test scores dependent sampling or I can look at scores of difference classes independent sampling What is the null and alternate hypothesis for a one sample test and a two sample test This will help you with the learning team assignment For a one sample test we can say these are the hypotheses let39s assume its the nal exam u190 u1 not equal to 90 Where we have in stats that the average nal grade has been 90 but we want to make sure it still stands using the population of all the stats classes you are teaching This is a two tailed test since we have and not equal to For a two sample test we can say these are the hypotheses let39s assume its the nal exam u1u2 u1 not equal to u2 Where we have the average nal grades for two classes and we want to see if they are the same This is once again two tailed since we have the equal and not equal to in the hypotheses There could be several hypotheses resulting this was just an example We could test to see if one class had a higher average than the other or vice versa Same with the rst hypothesis

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