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T-Test. Label and list one set of scores in one column List the second set in the second column. Choose Formulas tab>more functions>statistical> T.test. A box will pop up. Click on Array 1>Highlight the first column. You will notice that Array 1 now says A1:A11.

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## T-Test

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**T-Test**• Label and list one set of scores in one column • List the second set in the second column**Click on Array 1>Highlight the first column**You will notice that Array 1 now says A1:A11**Click on Array 2>Highlight the second column**The numbers from each column are on the right of the table.**The next box asks for the number of tails.**• Click on that box for an explanation. • We will choose 2**Choose the type of T-Test you want to run.**• If you put your cursor in the Type box, it will give you an explanation of your choices**We will type 1 in the box**• Then put your cursor on the spreadsheet Your answer will appear at the bottom of the right hand column.**If you place your cursor on the spreadsheet, the answer will**appear there when you hit OK**Standard Deviation**• Choose Formulas tab>more functions>statistical>STDEV.S for standard deviation of a sample (STDEV.P for standard deviation of population) Every time you click in a box and highlight a row of numbers it will add a new box.**Creating Charts**• If you want to create a column chart, go to Insert • Highlight the columns you want to include, • Click on Column • Click on the style you want If you include the Column labels, a Legend will appear on The right**Correlation**• Put your numbers in corresponding columns • Choose Formulas tab>more functions>statistical> • Choose CORREL or PEARSON**Your answer is in the right hand column and on the**designated block on your spreadsheet**Scatter Plot**• Go to Insert • Highlight your columns • Click on Scatter

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