Satatistics mentorship

Description

New solution updates


Question

I need sombody that knows SPPS and tutors me correctly for the attached files. Document Preview: 1. In a study to evaluate the effect of a new blood pressure medication on systolic blood pressure, 12 patients were given the drug. Their blood pressure was measured before the new drug and following an appropriate time interval. A paired t test was used to determine whether the drug was effective in lowering blood pressure and the following analysis was obtained: State the research hypothesis in plain English. State the null hypothesis in plain English. Should this problem be done using a 2 tailed test or 1 tailed test and why? What is the average effect of the drug on blood pressure (state direction)? What is the correct p value and why? f. Should the null hypothesis be retained or rejected at the .05 level and why? g. Should the null hypothesis be retained or rejected at the .01 level and why? 2. For this problem, we want to find out whether Heart Rate varies by BMI category. First, use Data/Select Cases to eliminate those few underweight individuals in the sample. Use a one-way ANOVA, specifying descriptive statistics under Options, to get descriptive data and the ANOVA table, and requesting a post hoc comparison using the Tukey procedure. Right click on each resulting table, copy and use paste special under edit in Word to paste as picture(windows metafile) below (drag from corner to shrink tableS to fit) [N=1424]: (PASTE TABLES HERE) What research question can be answered by the 1 way ANOVA? Suggest a rationale that would support this research hypothesis. What would the null hypothesis be? Why is this problem done as ANOVA instead of a t test? How is the F calculated from other values in the ANOVA table (show figures)? Should the null hypothesis be retained or rejected at the .05 level and why? State your conclusion in statistical terms and plain English. Should the null hypothesis be retained or rejected at the .01 level and why? State your conclusion in statistical terms and plain... Attachments: 63171-1-sampl....sav SPPS.doc Nov 23 2011 07:15 PM

 

Solution ID:608820 | This paper was updated on 26-Nov-2015

Price : $24
SiteLock