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What is the difference between a t-test and ANOVA? How would you use each techni ue in H! research?
First of all, I’d like to explain the t test which is the result you’d get if you subtract 2 means in connection to different changes in the information
the (. the sample si2es and how much reliability we would like to have.or data given.%/( analysis not only two samples are involved but rather more than two. in this case. %ne instance in which the t&test is used is when it comes to how productive one engineer may be as compare to another engineer when place in different places. (lthough it may seem like there is no significant difference. hence comes the determination of the solution to the problem when asked why such difference. . 3(nova (nalysis %f /ariance3. %n the other hand. 0ere what is being compared is the variance of both the means and samples. (fter performance of such. 2"""$. !rochim. 0ow do you know if it is large enough1 It would always depend on the circumstances of the case. (n example would be when it comes to the difference of wages from one place to another to make sure that it is still within that re. the test shall be applied to determine the !)*+ difference. 'uch is called the null hypothesis. !he presumption is that with regards to two engineers there would be no change or not different when it comes to the productivity of each. 2""#$.uired for under the national average so that any ad-ustments can be made. What is done here is the comparison of the means given by different samples. !his is usually done for the purpose of knowing whether or not such change or difference between the two means is significant.
If 0) wanted to determine how much dresses one factory can make it is necessary to keep in mind that the dress is -ust a standard dress. this time the comparison should be made in 4 areas. %nce you know how many dresses can be made or output. .(s compared to the example used earlier. the conclusion would be that there is in fact a change or difference in productivity. this can be compared with the null hypothesis you can now determine what difference such factory has from the rest. 5ut if in let’s say one area they produce dresses in a different manner than in other place. 5ut this time let us use the example on a factory which produces dresses.
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