3.5. Analyze the data, state your conclusions and support them Out of the sample selected, the data collected in Minnesota had a shocking number of admissions. The admission number from the cardiac patient associated with heart surgery patients had doubled. Also, the results showed in Minnesota Healthcare’s database, some of the cities lacked facilities to help accommodate cardiac and heart surgery admissions unit (Capp, R. et al 2014). The t-test was used to understand and use it to support the hypothesis that there is a difference between the med/Surg: admission and the cardiac condition. The measure of the central tendency was used to find the mean for both cardiac and Med/Surg. Patients. The mean of cardiac admission was 1448.0602, and that for Med/Surg admission was calculated to be 1196.84486. The number of the patient admitted in the cardiac unit was 64,145, and that of Med/Surg accounted to 177,853. After conducting the sig value, it occurred to be less than 0.05, which implies that the null hypothesis was rejected as there was a difference between the cardiac and Med/Surg admission in Minnesota. 3.5.4. Discuss your findings All data used for this research was based on the Minnesota hospital report data. The hypothesis associated with the research question was, "there is a significant difference between Cardiac and Med/Surg admission rate in Minnesota hospitals." In testing the hypothesis and
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