Would, you so kind to cut after “Well done Charles” changing (April 6, 23:30)
confusing/incorrect text by the following:
Though we deliberated to retain 95% (say) probability to the Null Hypothesis
and a scarce 5% to the Alternative we are never apt to “accept” H0, not whithstand
found in a no few statistical literature. Jargon? could be, but dangerous
for beginners. On contrary In case the test falls outside ill-named
“acceptance interval” we reject H0 because its evident unlikeliness.
Thanks so much, Charles (you are a very special person, all we can state)
By the way: I would be really gratful for your corrections, indeed.
Thank you very much.
Also I was wondering what are the assumptions that are made about the data to conduct the t-test? That it was normally distributed for both groups?
I was a bit confused about whether to use the pooled or non-pooled standard error, could you explain what you meant by “if b = true”?
And finally, would you report these results in a lab report the same as you would report the results of any t-test, except reporting the values of b and standard deviations of b instead of means?
Sorry about all the questions, I’m very new to stats and using excel!