# Let’s say we have two groups, group 1 = a sample of athletes amp; group 2 = a sample of non-athletes, who are asked about the number of hours they…

Let’s say we have two groups, group 1 = a sample of athletes & group 2 = a sample of non-athletes, who are asked about the number of hours they exercise per day. Group 1 had a mean of 1 = 4.5 and Group 2 had a mean of    2 = 1.7. Sample size for each group was N1 = 9 and N2 = 9. Standard deviations for group 1 and group 2 are s1 = .9 and s2 = 1.3. We want to know if the sample means differ from one another and decide to do an independent-samples t test.
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An independent-sample t test was used to determine if the sample means differ from one another. We fail to reject the null that the experimental group(athletes) and the group (non-athletes) mean were equal, t (16) =.096, p greater than .05. The experiment group(athletes) mean, 4.5, was scientifically higher than the group (non-athletes) mean, 1.7.

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