Analysis #11 - Nabeel Siddiqui nhs256 Bio 206L Wed....

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Nabeel Siddiqui nhs256 Bio 206L Wed. 9:00-1:00 (49530) 4/05/2010 Exercise # 11: Analysis answers 1 and 2 on the actual results page. (Excel Sheet attached) 3. For soils 1 and 3 in light, group 1 was the only group that believed that we must reject the null hypothesis. All other groups accepted the null hypothesis which stated that the ants have no home soil preference. For soils 2 and 4 in light, all the groups had the same results. All groups accepted our null hypothesis based on our results, that the ants have no home soil preference. In soil 1 and 3 dark, groups 2 and 5 believe that we must reject the null hypothesis. All other groups believe that we accept the null hypothesis, and that the ants have no home soil preference. In soil 2 and 4 dark, only group 1 believes that we must reject the null hypothesis based on their results. All other groups accept the null hypothesis. We can justify different results based on other facts. We were testing that the ants to see if they would sense pheromones from their home soil. Other
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This note was uploaded on 01/25/2011 for the course BIO 206L taught by Professor Unknown during the Spring '08 term at University of Texas at Austin.

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Analysis #11 - Nabeel Siddiqui nhs256 Bio 206L Wed....

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