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Statistical Analysis of Population and C02 per Capita Emission

Using the attached dataset and hypothesis below, kindly assist with the following:

1. Run descriptive statistics and a t test on the emissions dataset attached.
2. Include an SPSS output file of the descriptive statistics analysis in a Word document, along with each of the following elements:

a. The SPSS output, including graphical representations;
b. the narrative interpretation;
c. the governing assumptions of the analyses you ran;
d. the viable and nonviable hypotheses (null and alternative);
e. and the relevant values (such as a P value indicating statistical significance or a lack thereof).

Hypothesis:

H₁: There is a significant relationship between population and CO2 emissions per capita.

H₀: There is no significant relationship between population and CO2 emissions per capita.

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This is a detailed instruction in computing for descriptive and inferential statistics on Population and C02 per Capita emission using SPSS.

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