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April 17th, 2018, 06:45 PM   #1
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Independent t test question (statistics)

Hey guys I got an assignment in my statistics class and I’m having trouble starting I’m looking for ideas. The assignment is to come up with your own independent t test meaning comparing two things together then doing hypothesis test of it. It could be anything like pro sports teams vs college sports teams etc but you need to compare something so you need a dependent variable as well. Could anyone help me. Added what I need to do as attachment as well if didn’t understand
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