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Using the materials in the module homepage and in the background section, please address the following:
Define and describe commonly used statistics for categorical and continuous variables to test for a statistically significant difference between two-samples or measures (e.g., chi-square, t-tests, binomial proportions, etc.). (1 page)
What is the difference between the one-sample t-test, the two-sample t-test, and the paired-sample t-test? (1 page)
Describe a type of study for each of these three types of t-tests, as well as the variable that is analyzed with each of the three forms of the t-test. (1 page)
Length: Case Assignment should be at least 3 pages (750 words) in length.
References: At least two references from academic sources must be included (e.g., peer-reviewed journal articles). You may use any required readings from this module for your two references. Quoted material should not exceed 10% of the total paper (since the focus of these assignments is critical thinking). Use your own words and build on the ideas of others. When material is copied verbatim from external sources, it MUST be enclosed in quotes. The references should be cited within the text and listed at the end of the assignment in the References section (APA formatting recommended).
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Achievement of learning outcomes for Case Assignment.
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Objectivity: use of first person and subjective bias are avoided.
One-and Two-Sample Tests MHS506 CASE MOD 2 Name Course Institution Statistics to determine for a statistically significant difference between measures The statistically significant relationship is one that is unlikely to occur in an observed sample if such relationship does not exist in the larger population (Dwan, Gamble, Williamson, & Kirkham, 2013). The tests of significance are necessary to establish whether a relationship between variables exists. This includes the Chi-square, t-tests, and binomial proportions The chi-square is a statistical test that seeks to determine the relationship between categorical variables. The chi-square highlights the frequencies observed and expected frequencies to determine the relationship between variables. The chi-square compares a group and a hypothetical value, two unpaired groups, unmatched groups. Typically, there are two possible outcomes when using t