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AccountingMIS - t Critical two-tail 2.06 MIS 55,200 MIS...

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Degree Starting Salary Accounting 36,000 Accounting 26,500 Accounting 27,500 Accounting 24,000 Accounting 37,560 t-Test: Two-Sample Assuming Equal Varianc Accounting 42,125 Accounting 31,000 Variable 1 Accounting 39,500 Mean 33187.31 Accounting 27,950 Variance 46238490.06 Accounting 41,000 Observations 13 Accounting 28,475 Pooled Variance 64733090.66 Accounting 42,825 Hypothesized Mean Dif 0 Accounting 27,000 df 25 MIS 47,450 t Stat -1.8 MIS 29,950 P(T<=t) one-tail 0.04 MIS 31,000 t Critical one-tail 1.71 MIS 35,500 P(T<=t) two-tail 0.08 MIS 28,500
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Unformatted text preview: t Critical two-tail 2.06 MIS 55,200 MIS 31,000 MIS 42,300 MIS 37,500 MIS 29,050 MIS 37,500 MIS 49,995 MIS 51,450 MIS 36,215 ces Variable 2 38757.86 81805029.67 14 since the p value &lt; than .05, we would conclude Ha, that MIS is greater than Accounting since the t stat &gt; tcrit conclude Ha since p &gt; .05 conclude Ho the means are not significantly different since 1.798 is not greater than 2.06 we would conclude Ho (null hypothesis)...
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This note was uploaded on 10/16/2010 for the course B&E BADM 621 taught by Professor Hawley during the Spring '10 term at WVU.

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