Paired Samples StatisticsStd. ErrorMeanNStd. DeviationMeanPair 1Employees are interestedin guests (10-point scale)1166,703252,087Employees areknowledgeable (10-pointscale)7,103251,844102Paired Samples CorrelationsNCorrelationSigEmployees are interestedin guests (10-point scale)& Employees areknowledgeable (10-pointscale)Pair 1325853000Paired Samples TestPaired Differences95% Confidence Interval of theDifferenceStd. ErrorLowerUpperMeanStd. DeviationMeandfSig. (2-tailed)Employees are interestedin guests (10-point scale)- Employees areknowledgeable (10-pointscale)Pair11,091061,516-,278-6,558324000.,397 1. Formulate Ho and H12. Report the outcome in research terms3. Explain in own words what the outcomemeans

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Asked Sep 27, 2019
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I don't understand how to formulate H0 and H1 with the information given.

 After I formulated the question I need to conclude to reject H0 or accept H1, but how do conclude it?

The information is given;

The operations manager and the HR manager discuss the characteristics and skills of employees.

The operations manager thinks that employees are interested in guests, but do not have enough knowledge. The HR manager thinks it is the other way around.

Paired Samples Statistics
Std. Error
Mean
N
Std. Deviation
Mean
Pair 1
Employees are interested
in guests (10-point scale)
116
6,70
325
2,087
Employees are
knowledgeable (10-point
scale)
7,10
325
1,844
102
Paired Samples Correlations
N
Correlation
Sig
Employees are interested
in guests (10-point scale)
& Employees are
knowledgeable (10-point
scale)
Pair 1
325
853
000
Paired Samples Test
Paired Differences
95% Confidence Interval of the
Difference
Std. Error
Lower
Upper
Mean
Std. Deviation
Mean
df
Sig. (2-tailed)
Employees are interested
in guests (10-point scale)
- Employees are
knowledgeable (10-point
scale)
Pair1
1,091
061
,516
-,278
-6,558
324
000
.,397
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Paired Samples Statistics Std. Error Mean N Std. Deviation Mean Pair 1 Employees are interested in guests (10-point scale) 116 6,70 325 2,087 Employees are knowledgeable (10-point scale) 7,10 325 1,844 102 Paired Samples Correlations N Correlation Sig Employees are interested in guests (10-point scale) & Employees are knowledgeable (10-point scale) Pair 1 325 853 000 Paired Samples Test Paired Differences 95% Confidence Interval of the Difference Std. Error Lower Upper Mean Std. Deviation Mean df Sig. (2-tailed) Employees are interested in guests (10-point scale) - Employees are knowledgeable (10-point scale) Pair1 1,091 061 ,516 -,278 -6,558 324 000 .,397

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1. Formulate Ho and H1
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1. Formulate Ho and H1 2. Report the outcome in research terms 3. Explain in own words what the outcome means

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Here, the test paired test. The thinking about the characteristics and skills of employees between the operations manager and the HR manager different.

The test hypotheses are given below:

Null hypothesis:

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H 0

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Alternative hypothesis:

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Н.; д, -0

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From the output, the p-value for ...

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Rejection rule: If p-value s significance level(a), reject the null hypothesis. If p-value significance level (a), do not reject the null hypothesis.

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