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% time spent % time in on home soil no preference Observed- Overall Observed Expected Expected Rank (n=5) Sign Rank (n=20) Group 3 79 50 29 3 + 12 Soil 1 45 50 -5 2 - 3 47.5 50 -2.5 1 - 2 12 50 -38 4 - 18 0 50 -50 5 - 23 Group 2 87 50 37 4 + 15 92 50 42 5 + 20 81 50 31 2 + 13 29 50 -21 1 - 8 84 50 34 3 + 14 Group 1 65.5 50 15.5 1 + 5 87.5 50 37.5 2 + 16 100 50 50 4 + 24 87.5 50 37.5 2 + 17 100 50 50 4 + 25 Group 4 72 50 22 3 + 9 34 50 -16 1 - 6 88.1 50 38.1 4 + 19 98.6 50 48.6 5 + 22 70.16 50 20.16 2 + 7 Group 5 59.83 50 9.83 2 + 4 74.3 50 24.3 3 + 10 76.5 50 26.5 4 + 11 49.17 50 -0.83 1 - 1 93.83 50 43.83 5 + 21 for groups 1 + 2 + 3 + 4 + 5:  sum of negative ranks is 61 (smaller) sum of positive ranks is 264. not significant If the data is not significant, we can accept that the null hypothesis is true and that the ants can If the data IS significant, we can reject the null hypothesisAlthough we can reject the null hypoth Only group 1 had a different outcome than our group did, as they believed that the results are s Our group believes that we can accept the null hypothesis and that the ants had no preference  T .05 , n=20 about 60.3
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no control for group 3, the sum of negative ranks is 12. for group 3, the sum positive ranks is 3. (smaller) not significant for group 2, the sum of negative ranks is 1(smaller) for group 2, the sum of positive ranks is 14. not significant for group 1, the sum of negative ranks is 0(smaller) for group 1, the sum of positive ranks is 13. significant for group 4, the sum of negative ranks is 1(smaller) for group 4, the sum of positive ranks is 14. not significant for group 5, the sum of negative ranks is 1(smaller) for group 5, the sum of positive ranks is 14. not significant nnot recognize their own soil. hesis, we cannot assume that the ants demonstrate a home soil preference.
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