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Asked Dec 2, 2019
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Your research question involves two samples and a comparison of means. What test does this lead you to?
 
A
Independent Samples t test
 
B
Independent Samples Z test for proportions
 
C
Paired Samples t test
 
D
McNemar's test
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Paired t-test can be defined as a statistical technique that can be used to decide whether the mean difference between two sets of observa...

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