# In a study assessing helping behavior among college students on their way to class, you recruit 10 students. You tell some participants that they are late for class and need to rush. You tell others they are right on time. Finally, you tell others they have lots of time before class. As they walk across campus, they come across a man (actually a confederate) who appears to need help. You measure the extent to which the participant noticed that the confederate needed help (1 = did not notice to 9 = really noticed).State the null hypothesis.Ho: µ1 = µ2 = µ3Ho: X1 ≠ X2 ≠ X3

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In a study assessing helping behavior among college students on their way to class, you recruit 10 students. You tell some participants that they are late for class and need to rush. You tell others they are right on time. Finally, you tell others they have lots of time before class. As they walk across campus, they come across a man (actually a confederate) who appears to need help. You measure the extent to which the participant noticed that the confederate needed help (1 = did not notice to 9 = really noticed).

State the null hypothesis.
Ho: µ1 = µ2 = µ3
Ho: X1 ≠ X2 ≠ X3
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The given study assessing the helping behaviour among college students. Here, the 10 participants of the study are divided into three groups as below.

Group 1-  who are informed that, they are late for the class and need to rush,

Group 2 - who are right on time, and ...

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