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389. t-tests

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This Biology Factsheet:

  • Contains the formula for the paired and the unpaired t-test.
  • Describes how to use the formulae.
  • Describes worked examples of each t-test.
  • Explains what the results of the t-tests mean.
  • Provides opportunities for you to interpret t-test results.

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September 2020

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ISSN: 1351-5136

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