|Mar20-10, 02:16 PM||#1|
Should I use a T-test?
1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data
I have been trying to figure out what i should do to show correlations in my biology report about smoking and heart rate.
I have conducted 41 trials with people who are
-Non smokers and exercise
-Smokers and exercise
-No exercise smokers
-Smokers and no exercise
I have means, and standard deviations.
What statistical test should i do to show that each group is different? should i use a student's t-test?
2. Relevant equations
3. The attempt at a solution
I think that t-test i good as i can compare the values and determine wheter they are due to chance or not. However i dont really know
|biology, pulse, smoking, statistics, t-test|
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