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# One tailed test and z scores

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X1 X2 The participants were randomly assigned to groups 1 and 2
34 45
32 35
15 32
27 28
20 34

1. t =

2. df =

3. For a ONE TAILED TEST, with p < .05, what is the Tabled Value, and is the above t significant or not significant?

4. A "Y Intercept" value of -6.44 is an indication of what?

5. As a sample size gets larger, the t value required for significance is

6. A z score of 1.96 is _________ percent from the center of the normal distribution.

7. The standard deviation of all children aged 8 to 12 is ____ the standard deviation of all children aged 2 to 8.
a. Greater than
b. Less than
c. Equal to
8. One sample has a and one has a .33.
Which sample has the larger range?

a. 
b. .33
c. Neither
d. cannot be determined from the data given

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X1 X2 The participants were randomly assigned to groups 1 and 2
34 45
32 35
15 32
27 28
20 34

1. t = -2.017

2. df = 8

3. For a ONE TAILED TEST, with p < ...

#### Solution Summary

The solution looks at one tailed tests and z scores. Participants in a study are randomly assignment to be analyzed. The expert determines if tabled values are significant or not.

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