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    Z-tests and t-tests in a work environment

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    I work in a corporate office or a health system. There are approximately 800 people in my location. I need to examples of a z-test and a t-test that would be appropriate of my place of employment. I understand the basic differences between the two tests, but I do not understand how to apply them to my current work environment. Can someone please provide me with a couple of examples?

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    The t-test is used to compare two means of two independent samples or two independent groups and the means of correlated samples. You can use t-test in your place of work in this manner:
    You can experiment using the 800 as the population of a study. The research involves testing the effectiveness of a medicine in curing a certain type of illness and its effect to people of different sexes (male ...

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    This is a discussion on how z-test and t-test can be applied in a work environment.