2010-01-24_041350_INT_AND_EXT

2010-01-24_041350_INT_AND_EXT - Problem: INTRINSIC...

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Problem: Hypothesis Test for Intrinsic Satisfaction INTRINSIC Data: n μ s x-bar 4.5 25 5 1.0304 5.156 4.2 6.2 (1) Formulate the hypotheses: 4.3 3.2 5 4.5 5 4.7 5.3 (2) Decide the test statistic and the level of significance: 6.2 3.4 0.05 Lower Critical t- score = -2.0639 Upper Crtical t- score = 2.0639 4.5 5.8 (3) State the decision Rule: 6.2 4.2 Reject H0 if |t| > 2.0639 5.7 6.4 (4) Calculate the value of test statistic: 3.7 6.2 0.2061 6.5 0.7570 5.1 4.5 (5) Compare with the critical value and make a decision: 5.5 6.3 Since 0.7570 < 2.0639 we fail to reject H0 5.2 6.6 Decision: There is no sufficient evidence that the average intrinsic satisfaction for the population of employees is different from 5.0. (6) Calculate the p- value for the test and interpret it: p- value = 0.4564 This is the probability of rejecting a true null hypothesis. H0: that is μ = Ha: that is μ ≠ t (Two-tailed), α = SE = σ / n = t = (x-bar - μ)/SE =
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Problem: Hypothesis Test for Extrinsic Satisfaction EXTRINSIC
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