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ExcelReview - Because there is no significant statistical relationship the null hypothesis is rejected This result should be expected as the amount

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Excel Review Emily Wozobski TA: Lindsey Bogachus Section: 405L, Monday 11:00 am- 1:50 pm 30 August 2009
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1. H 1 : The amount of time students sleep is correlated with increased Wingate Peak Power. H o : The amount of time students sleep is not correlated with increased Wingate Peak Power. 2. The level of confidence: p < 0.05. 3. Data: see attached Excel spreadsheet. 4. The statistical method used to analyze the collected data was a T-test. See attached Excel spreadsheet for results. 5. Because the calculated value from the T-test was greater than the p-value of 0.05, it can be concluded that there is not a statistically significant correlation between the amount of sleep a student gets and his score on the Wingate Power test.
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Unformatted text preview: Because there is no significant statistical relationship, the null hypothesis is rejected. This result should be expected, as the amount of sleep one gets should not affect the amount of ATP stored in one’s body, and thus should not affect the results of this test which relies on the ATP-CP system. 6. The independent variable in this experiment was the number of hours of sleep the subjects had. The dependent variable in this experiment was the peak power achieved when each subject performed the Wingate Power Test. 7. See attached sheet for graph of this data....
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