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Here r = THE TESTS 55 Test 22 F -test for K population means (analysis of variance) Object To test the null hypothesis that K samples are from K populations with the same mean. Limitations It is assumed that the populations are normally distributed and have equal variances. It is also assumed that the samples are independent of each other. Method Let the jth sample contain nj elements ( j = 1, . . , K). Then the total number of elements is K N= nj j=1 The ith element of the jth sample can be denoted by xij (i = 1, .
75 [Table 2]. Do not reject the null hypothesis. NB: In this case the x and y variables are independent. 40 100 STATISTICAL TESTS Test 13 Z-test of a correlation coefﬁcient Object To investigate the significance of the difference between a correlation coefficient and a specified value ρ0 . Limitations 1. The x and y values originate from normal distributions. 2. The variance in the y values is independent of the x values. 3. The relationship is linear. When these conditions cannot be met, the user should turn to the Kendall rank correlation test (Test 59).
Notice that we are not doing all possible combination of tests so that we can find a significant result. Our test is based on our design of the ‘experiment’ or survey planned before we collect any data. Our data do not have a bearing on the form of the testing. 96 [Table 1]. H0 : µ1 − µ2 = 0, H1 : µ1 − µ2 = 0. ) H1 : µ1 − µ2 = 0, H1 : µ1 − µ2 > 0. ) THE TESTS 25 Test 3 Z-test for two population means (variances known and unequal) Object To investigate the significance of the difference between the means of two populations.
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