## What does a paired t test show?

The paired sample t-test, sometimes called the dependent sample t-test, is a statistical procedure used to determine whether the mean difference between two sets of observations is zero. In a paired sample t-test, each subject or entity is measured twice, resulting in pairs of observations.

**What is the T critical value?**

In hypothesis testing, a critical value is a point on the test distribution that is compared to the test statistic to determine whether to reject the null hypothesis. If the absolute value of your test statistic is greater than the critical value, you can declare statistical significance and reject the null hypothesis.

**What is the T critical value for a 95 confidence interval?**

1.96

### What is the T value for the 90% confidence interval?

For example, if you want a t*-value for a 90% confidence interval when you have 9 degrees of freedom, go to the bottom of the table, find the column for 90%, and intersect it with the row for df = 9. This gives you a t*–value of 1.833 (rounded).

**How do you present independent t test results?**

It’s a good idea to report three main things in an APA style results section when it comes to t-tests….Doing so will help your reader more fully understand your results.

- Test type and use.
- Significant differences between conditions.
- Report your results in words that people can understand.

**What is the critical value at the 0.05 level of significance?**

The level of significance which is selected in Step 1 (e.g., α =0.05) dictates the critical value. For example, in an upper tailed Z test, if α =0.05 then the critical value is Z=1.645.

#### What is the critical value of 99%?

Confidence (1–α) g 100% | Significance α | Critical Value Zα/2 |
---|---|---|

90% | 0.10 | 1.645 |

95% | 0.05 | 1.960 |

98% | 0.02 | 2.326 |

99% | 0.01 | 2.576 |

**How do you find a sample proportion?**

- The sample proportion is the number x of orders that are shipped within 12 hours divided by the number n of orders in the sample:
- Since p = 0.90, q=1−p=0.10, and n = 121,
- Using the value of ˆP from part (a) and the computation in part (b),

**What is the critical value for a 80 confidence interval?**

Checking Out Statistical Confidence Interval Critical Values

Confidence Level | z*– value |
---|---|

80% | 1.28 |

85% | 1.44 |

90% | 1.64 |

95% | 1.96 |

## How do I find a confidence interval?

How to Find a Confidence Interval for a Proportion: Steps

- α : subtract the given CI from 1. 1-.9=.10.
- z α/2: divide α by 2, then look up that area in the z-table.
- : Divide the proportion given (i.e. the smaller number)by the sample size.
- : To find q-hat, subtract p-hat (from directly above) from 1.