Quiz_One - H o:\u03bc Drug B =\u03bc Drug G H a:\u03bc DrugB \u2260 \u03bc DrugG The boxplot describing Given.Drug.B shows a symmetric distribution There is a normal

# Quiz_One - H o:μ Drug B =μ Drug G H a:μ DrugB ≠ μ...

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H o : μ Drug B = μ Drug G H a : μ DrugB ≠ μ DrugG The boxplot describing Given.Drug.B, shows a symmetric distribution. There is a normal distribution and there are no outliers. This curve would look like a normal bell curve. The boxplot describing Given.Drug.G shows a slight skew to the right. The shape would show a tail on the right side of the curve. There are no outliers in this data set. The sizes of this data are small for Drug B n=6 and Drug G n=7. Using a two sample t-test, at α=0.05 and the p-value = 0.03076, we reject H o . There is enough evidence to conclude that there is a difference in the means of the amount of time it takes blood to clot given the two different drugs. The n values for this test are below 30. We are assuming the normality of the data. We are 95% confident that the mean will fall between -1.8752609 and #### You've reached the end of your free preview.

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