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Two brands of potato crisp are compared for two advertising regions. 30 respectively. Are the two associations statistically different or can marketing programmes be merged? 96. So we accept the null hypothesis and conclude that we can go ahead and merge the marketing programmes. This, of course, assumes that the correlation coefficient is a good measure to use for grouping market research programmes. 96 [Table 1]. Do not reject the null hypothesis. 43 44 100 STATISTICAL TESTS Test 15 χ 2 -test for a population variance Object To investigate the difference between a sample variance s2 and an assumed population variance σ02 .
96 [Table 1]. Reject the null hypothesis of no difference between the counts. THE TESTS 29 Test 7 t-test for a population mean (variance unknown) Object To investigate the significance of the difference between an assumed population mean µ0 and a sample mean x¯ . Limitations 1. If the variance of the population σ 2 is known, a more powerful test is available: the Z-test for a population mean (Test 1). 2. The test is accurate if the population is normally distributed. If the population is not normal, the test will give an approximate guide.
73 per cent. What can be said about the two populations of clock mechanisms, are they significantly different? Again, we do not have any pre-conceived notion of whether one mechanism is better than the other, so a two-tailed test is employed. 96, we reject the null hypothesis and conclude that there is significant difference between the mechanisms in terms of accuracy. The second mechanism is significantly less accurate than the first. 96 [Table 1]. Reject the null hypothesis. 28 100 STATISTICAL TESTS Test 6 Z-test for comparing two counts (Poisson distribution) Object To investigate the significance of the difference between two counts.