I actually have no idea on how would we conduct our statistical analysis for our design project. We will be creating a digital alarm clock with an improvised sensor and we will also be conducting series of tests for it. Now our teacher is looking for the statistical analysis. Our testings are as follows: 1. Accuracy of digital alarm clock - we will set the alarm clock to a specific time and wait for it to alarm. If it alarms at the set time, then the criterion is considered successful, otherwise, it is not. 2. Relay response - Once the alarm clock starts ringing, several appliances will also start to act differently (e.g. the lights will turn on or off depending on the status of the sensor & alarm clock). 3. Accuracy of the improvised sensor - since this sensor is a crucial part of the alarm system, the amount of switches that's turned on must agree with the amount of switches the researchers set. I know what is Z-test, T-test and chi-squared test. But I don't know if they're the right one (well, if they're, then I don't know which is which) to use. So please help me.