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Hypothesis Testing using Correlation or T-Test

Please explain this assignment: testing the hypothesis for your research.

Adjust and reframe your variables and hypothesis in a way that it can be adequately demonstrated with collected data (step 8 of the research process).

Create a notional set of data for each of your variables. Using hypothesis testing methods presented in Sekaran (2003), suggest a method that you believe would be most appropriate to test your hypothesis.

Explain your rationale. Use the notional data to illustrate the hypothesis testing method and apply these data to the hypothesis testing method you selected.

Based on the results of your calculations explain if the hypothesis of your research design is accepted or rejected and comment on the implication of your results.

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This solution conducts a hypothesis test using correlation or a t-test.