Does the average for being concerned about Green Aware differ from 4? 2. H0: There is no difference between the average of Green Aware and Neutral rating 3. H1: There is a difference between the average of Green Aware and Neutral rating 4. One sample t-test 5. P value (sig. 2-tailed) =0.000, which is smaller than 0.05, then reject H0, there is a difference. 6. Conclusion: the average for being concerned about Green Aware not 4. In fact, it is higher (4.65). There is a difference between the average of Green Aware and Neutral rating (4). (d) Using parts (a) –(c), answer the following – What is the target population for this study? What is the sample size? Is the sample representative of the target population? Highlight relevant sample characteristics, including findings from your hypothesis test in part (c). Target population: all Monash University students from different faculties Sample size: 168 I think the sample could represent the target population as the standard deviation of demographic factors are fairly distributed (age=0.635 faculty=0.527). It not only focuses the specific group of students but different types of students. The actual average of Green Awareness is 4.65, which means that most of students has relatively high Green Awareness.
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