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Hi I needed some major help with this problem, I was not sure of all the correct steps, I have a few more problems like this i want to do it myself

Hi I needed some major help with this problem, I was not sure of all the correct steps, I have a few more problems like this i want to do it myself but could someone please work this problem out for me so i can see how its done correctly, I'm so lost! My professor wants us to work out all problems and not use any type of program! Please help!


(Table: Diets) An article in the journal Applied Nutritional Investigation reported the results of a comparison of two different weight-loss programs (Liao, 2007). In the study, obese participants were randomly assigned to one of two groups: (1) the soy group, a low-calorie group that ate only soy-based proteins, or (2) the traditional group, a low-calorie group that received 2/3 of their protein from animal products and 1/3 from plant products. One of the dependent measures collected was the amount of body fat loss as a percentage of initial body weight. Fictional data on the percent of body fat loss appears in the table. These data produce results similar to those of the 2007 study (note that a smaller n than that used in the study is presented for ease of calculation). Perform all six steps of the appropriate hypothesis test on this set of dat


Soy Diet Traditional Diet

2.5 1.21

1.7 0.86

2.5 1.78

1.9 1.23

2.0 0.50

3.2 1.76

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