The mean of sample A is significantly different than the mean of sample B. Sample...

Charlie Glass

Charlie Glass

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2022-12-19

The mean of sample A is significantly different than the mean of sample B. Sample A: 59 , 33 , 74 , 62 , 87 , 73 Sample B: 53 , 67 , 72 , 57 , 93 , 79 Use a two-tailed t-test of independent samples for the above hypothesis and data. What is the p-value?

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Kali Bates

Kali Bates

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2022-12-20Added 6 answers

Hint:
Sample A: n 1 = 6 , x ¯ 1 = 64.66667 , s 1 = 18.42462
Sample B: n 2 = 6 , x 2 = 70.16667 , s 2 = 14.70261

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