Post Hoc TestsMultiple ComparisonsHow likely is it that you would recommend to a friend or colleague on a scale from 0 (not likely) to 10 (most likely)?Bonferroni95% Confidence IntervalMean Difference (I-(I) Name HotelStd. ErrorLower Bound(J) Name HotelJ)Sig.Upper BoundHotel London-,373930-1,0732Hotel Birmingham26219-227-,64158Hotel Leeds9100001,95-,67Hotel Glasgow1,307242Hotel Birmingham373,262,9301,07Hotel London32268,146-,5686Hotel Leeds1,000-1,79Hotel Glasgow-,934-,07325025Hotel Leeds227,910-,1964Hotel London,15856-,1461,000-86Hotel Birmingham268-1,080-1,74-42Hotel Glasgow,000249Hotel Glasgow670001,951,307Hotel London242325025071,79Hotel Birmingham9341,080000421,74Hotel Leeds249*. The mean difference is sign ificant at the 0.05 level. 1. Formulate Ho and H2. Report the outcome in research terms3. Explain in own words what the outcomemeansState you conclude with 95% certainty.

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Asked Sep 30, 2019

I Need help with answering question 2 and 3.

To conclude from the table given, there is a big difference in the hotels in the UK. 

The reason is that the P-Value is 0.5> so, therefore, we accept the value, therefore it's true that there is a big difference in the hotels in the UK.

My question is, is my statement correct or am I wrong?

This the information that given to me

  • How likely is it that you would recommend <name hotel> to a friend or colleague on a scale from 0 (not likely) to 10 (most likely)

  • What are the differences between hotels in UK: London, Birmingham, Leeds

Thank you! 

Post Hoc Tests
Multiple Comparisons
How likely is it that you would recommend <name hotel> to a friend or colleague on a scale from 0 (not likely) to 10 (most likely)?
Bonferroni
95% Confidence Interval
Mean Difference (I-
(I) Name Hotel
Std. Error
Lower Bound
(J) Name Hotel
J)
Sig.
Upper Bound
Hotel London
-,373
930
-1,07
32
Hotel Birmingham
262
19
-227
-,64
158
Hotel Leeds
910
000
1,95
-,67
Hotel Glasgow
1,307
242
Hotel Birmingham
373
,262
,930
1,07
Hotel London
32
268
,146
-,56
86
Hotel Leeds
1,000
-1,79
Hotel Glasgow
-,934
-,07
325
025
Hotel Leeds
227
,910
-,19
64
Hotel London
,158
56
-,146
1,000
-86
Hotel Birmingham
268
-1,080
-1,74
-42
Hotel Glasgow
,000
249
Hotel Glasgow
67
000
1,95
1,307
Hotel London
242
325
025
07
1,79
Hotel Birmingham
934
1,080
000
42
1,74
Hotel Leeds
249
*. The mean difference is sign ificant at the 0.05 level.
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Post Hoc Tests Multiple Comparisons How likely is it that you would recommend <name hotel> to a friend or colleague on a scale from 0 (not likely) to 10 (most likely)? Bonferroni 95% Confidence Interval Mean Difference (I- (I) Name Hotel Std. Error Lower Bound (J) Name Hotel J) Sig. Upper Bound Hotel London -,373 930 -1,07 32 Hotel Birmingham 262 19 -227 -,64 158 Hotel Leeds 910 000 1,95 -,67 Hotel Glasgow 1,307 242 Hotel Birmingham 373 ,262 ,930 1,07 Hotel London 32 268 ,146 -,56 86 Hotel Leeds 1,000 -1,79 Hotel Glasgow -,934 -,07 325 025 Hotel Leeds 227 ,910 -,19 64 Hotel London ,158 56 -,146 1,000 -86 Hotel Birmingham 268 -1,080 -1,74 -42 Hotel Glasgow ,000 249 Hotel Glasgow 67 000 1,95 1,307 Hotel London 242 325 025 07 1,79 Hotel Birmingham 934 1,080 000 42 1,74 Hotel Leeds 249 *. The mean difference is sign ificant at the 0.05 level.

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1. Formulate Ho and H
2. Report the outcome in research terms
3. Explain in own words what the outcome
means
State you conclude with 95% certainty.
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1. Formulate Ho and H 2. Report the outcome in research terms 3. Explain in own words what the outcome means State you conclude with 95% certainty.

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Step 1

When the null hypothesis is rejected, we go with the Post-Hoc tests to check which pairs of treatments are significantly differing.

Step 2

In the Post-Hoc test, we check the significance of all the possible pairs of treatments.

2.

Assuming the level of significance is 0.05.

The results of all possible pairs are given below.

(Hotel London, Hotel Birmingham):

For the pair (Hotel London, Hotel Birmingham), the p-value of 0.93 is greater than the level of significance (0.05).

Therefore, there is no significant difference between the mean values of Hotel London and Hotel Birmingham at 5% level of significance.

(Hotel London, Hotel Leeds):

For the pair (Hotel London, Hotel Leeds), the p-value of 0.91 is greater than the level of significance (0.05).

Therefore, there is no significant difference between the mean values of Hotel London and Hotel Leeds at 5% level of significance.

(Hotel London, Hotel Glasgow):

For the pair (Hotel London, Hotel Glasgow), the p-value of 0.00 is less than the level of significance (0.05).

Therefore, there is a significant difference between the mean values of Hotel London and Hotel Glasgow at 5% level of significance.

Step 3

(Hotel Birmingham, Hotel Leeds):

For the pair (Hotel Birmingham, Hotel Leeds), the p-value of 1.00 is greater than the level of significance (0.05).

Therefore, there is no significant difference between the mean values of Hotel Birmingham and Hotel Leeds at 5% level of significance.

(Hotel Birmingham, Hotel Glasgow):

For the pair (Hotel Birmingham, Hotel Glasgow), the p-value of 0.025 is less than the level of significance (0.05).

Therefore, there is a signific...

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