N6208 AssignmentChapter 6: t-tests1The following are data for subcutaneous oxygen tension (PSCO2, measured in mm Hg) 12 hours after the start of two protocols, administered to the same 10 healthy subjects in randomorder--a bed rest protocol and a high activity protocol:SubjectBed RestHigh Activity1 67 632 68 623 70 694 66 645 68 676 62 607 71 668 65 659 67 6310 65 62Compute the t statistic for dependent groupsand the df for these data. Using α = .05for a two-tailed test, is this t statistically significant? Attach SPSS printout.Answer:According to the table, the value is 2.26. The computed value is 4.182. According to your Powerpoint, if the computed value is GREATER than the table value, then tis statistically significant. In this example 4.182 is greater than 2.26 and this means that tis statistically significant. 2Suppose we wanted to test the hypothesis that the employment status of these disadvantaged women (i.e., whether they were working or not working at the time of the interview) was related to their level of depression.(a)Formally state the null and alternative hypothesis for this situation.