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Independent and Paired Samples t-Test: ReplyChadd C. Cooper, Jr. Liberty UniversityBUSI-8207/9/2021Author NoteChadd C. Cooper, Jr.I have no known conflict of interest to disclose.Correspondence concerning this article should be addressed to Chadd C. CooperEmail: [email protected]
Independent and Paired Samples t-Test: ReplyDiscussion SummaryThank you for your post Christopher. The discussion discussed the interpretation of independent samples t-tests. Specifically, this examined Output 10.2 and if the three dependentvariables were of equal variance or if there was significant difference. Conner (2021) found that math achievement and grades in high school had variances that were equal. The visualization test, however, found through the Levene’s test, that the variance was not equal. The first section of the discussion also examined the difference in means of the grades in high school andvisualization, the 95% confidence interval and the effect sizes. Conner (2021) found that the mean 95% confidence interval of the difference to be -1.06 and .38, showing a null finding of