week 2 team b - people who have bank accounts receive...

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Describe the results of your test and explain how the findings from this hypothesis testing may be used to answer your research question. After the test was computed, there was little evidence of the hypothesis to be true. Having interest added on a bank account did not show that it significantly made the amount grow large enough to give clear evidence of it being a large enough factor for accounts. There are many reasons that this does not make a big difference for your account. There could be low interest or the account has low funds and the interest is mere pennies added to the account. When the data is looked over, it was stated that only 24.5 % of
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Unformatted text preview: people who have bank accounts receive interest and out of the top 15 accounts, only 2 of them received interest. The information gathered can be used to create a new research question that can use this data as its reference. The test here shows that this set of data did not give the correct out puts for the hypothesis to be true. To get a better reading, maybe the test can be ran with a larger sample of the population or limit the sample to a certain income bracket, since not all people can afford to have accounts that accumulate interest....
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