Create (make up) a null hypothesis that would use a t test statistical analysis.. Use the same hypothetical situation taken in the t test hypothesis, and turn it into a null hypothesis using a one-way ANOVA analysis and a two-way ANOVA.
Welcome and Thanks for using Just Answer. Please note that although we can keep the scenario somewhat the same for the t test, 1-way anova and 2- way anova, the null hypotheses can't remain the same because a t- test is used for testing 2 groups while an anova is used for testing 3 or more groups.Perhaps you are asking for an example of creating null hypotheses for a t-test, 2-way anova and 3-way anova using the same scenario?Let me know.Thanks.
Upon reading your question again, I think the problem is indeed asking to keep the situation same and creating 3 different null hypotheses. I am working on your question and will post the answer shortly. Thanks.
Yes--I believe that you are correct and that is what she wants. Below is an example of what she seems to be looking for, but I (obviously) have to come up with my own and I am so lost.
Does stress affect a person’s heart rate?
I created a t-test alternate and null hypothesis from that research question.
Stress raises the heart rate level.
Null T-test Hypothesis:
Stress does not have an affect on heart rate levels.
IV = stress (stress level can be manipulated)
DV = heart rate (the manipulation of stress changes rate rate levels)
I then created a one-way ANOVA alternate and null hypothesis.
*one IV w/multiple categories and one DV
Different types of stress raises the rate heart levels to varying levels.
Null One-Way ANOVA Hypothesis:
Different types of stress have the same or no affect on heart rate levels.
IV = different types of stress ( i.e. relationships, family, work, financial issues, etc.)
DV = heart rate (rates from the different types of stress)
Finally, I created a two-way ANOVA alternate and null hypothesis.
Two-Way ANOVA :
*two IV w/multiple categories and one DV
Heart rate levels are affected by the sex of the individual and/or the type of stress they have.
Null Two-Way Hypothesis:
Different types of stress in men and/or women have the same or no affect on heart rate levels.
IV = different types of stress ( i.e. relationships, family, work, financial issues, etc.) and sex of person (i.e. male, female)
Ok, I am working and provide you with another example shortly ...
Thanks so much!
You are welcome.
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