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ANOVA and t test in SPSS

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Section One:
Inspect the two datasets (USA is being compared with Zimbabwe)

Select the appropriate analyses for the hypotheses below. Run descriptive statistics on the dataset. Discuss which descriptive statistics used and why.
H1: There is a difference in income based on location. The average pay for The United States is higher than Zimbabwe in the year 2001 and 2002.
H0: There is not a difference in income based on location. The average pay for The United States is not higher Zimbabwe in the year 2001-2002.

Please include the following in a Word document
Calculated results, graphical/chart representations; your narrative interpretation; the governing assumptions of the analyses you ran; the viable and nonviable hypotheses (null and alternative); and the relevant values (such as a P value indicating statistical significance or a lack thereof).

Run either t tests or ANOVA on the dataset. Engage in data interpretation and select the appropriate analyses for the aforementioned hypotheses. Please consider which analyses will inform the reader and allow you to pursue your questions.
Be sure to indicate why you selected the analyses that you did. In other words, why did you select t test over ANOVA or vice versa? Why one-way or two-way? How is this analysis related to the hypothesis?

Section Two:
Please run either correlation, regression, or discriminant analysis on the chosen data. This requires you to engage in data interpretation and to select the appropriate analyses for your hypotheses and for the data. Toward that end, you should consider which analyses will inform the reader and allow you to pursue your questions.

Please include the following in a Word document:
SPSS graphical/chart representations; your narrative interpretation; the governing assumptions of the analyses you ran; the viable and nonviable hypotheses (null and alternative); and the relevant values (such as a P value indicating statistical significance or a lack thereof). Be sure to indicate why you selected the analyses that you did. In other words, why did you select to engage in discriminant analysis, regression, or correlation? How is this analysis related to the hypothesis?

Step 3: Your Data Interpretation Practicum
In order to widely disseminate or publish your research findings, they must be presented in a manner that facilitates comprehension by the educated reader. Present the findings from the analyses you conducted
Write a summary of your work, address the limitations of your work and opportunities for further inquiry.

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Step by step method for computing test statistic for ANOVA and t test in SPSS is given in the answer.

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a. Purpose Statement: The purpose of this study is to determine if there is a significant difference between the number of Blacks who served in the armed services and the number of Whites who served in the armed services.

b. Proposed Hypothesis:

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H₁: There is no significant difference between the number of Blacks who served in the armed services and the number of Whites who served in the armed services.

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1. What is are the dependent and independent variables?

2. Conduct a t test - include a diagram.

3. Explain the results - Was the null hypothesis rejected or accepted.

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