Need sociology help to Identify a test statistic to help you assess the evidence against the null hypot

Need sociology help to Identify a test statistic to help you assess the evidence against the null hypot

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Having developed the null and alternative hypotheses in the previous module, write a 2- to 3-page essay in which you:

  1. Identify a test statistic to help you assess the evidence against the null hypothesis you developed in the previous module.
  2. Explain why you have chosen the specific test statistic. Include in your discussion description of the test statistic.
  3. Summarize your findings by creating a summary graph in which you display your data.
  4. Discuss the total number of measurements (sample size), the possibility for measurement error, and whether it is large enough to paint an accurate picture.

Use the information in the modular background readings as well as resources you find through ProQuest or other online sources. Please be sure to cite all sources and provide a reference list at the end of the paper. Submit the paper as a Word document through the link provided for the assignment

Norman, G., and Streiner, D. (2008). Comparing Two Groups: the t-Test. Biostatistics The Bare Essentials. 3rd Edition. BC Decker Inc. PMPH USA, Ltd. Shelton, CT. eISBN: 9781607950585 pISBN: 9781550093476. Available in Ebrary, accessed via Trident’s online library.

Norman, G., and Streiner, D. (2008). Chapter the Twenty First: Tests of Significance for Categorical Frequency Data (pages 235-241). In: Biostatistics The Bare Essentials. 3rd Edition. BC Decker Inc. PMPH USA, Ltd. Shelton, CT. eISBN: 9781607950585 pISBN: 9781550093476. Available in Ebrary, accessed via Trident’s online library.

Peat, J. and Barton, B. (2008). Chapter 6: Continuous Data Analyses: Correlation and Regression. Medical Statistics and Critical Appraisal. Wiley. Chichester, England. Available in Ebrary, accessed via Trident’s online library. *Please note that you only need to read the first section on correlation; the section on regression is an advanced topic beyond the scope of this course.