Show transcribed image text Worksheet 37: Introduction to the t Test Riddle: According to Helen Rowland, why does a bachelor get tangled up with a lot of women? DIRECTIONS: To find the answer to the riddle, write the answer to each question in the space immediately below it. The word in parenthescs in the solution section next to the answer to the first question is the first word in the answer to the riddle, the word beside the answer to the second question is the second word, and so on. 1. Is a study in which treatments are given in order to observe for efflects called a "survey" or an "experiment"7 2. "Two sample means can be obtained only from experiments." Is this statement true or false? 3. "The larger the difference between two means, the less likely that the difference was created by sampling errors." Is this statement true or false? 4. Other things being equal, will large samples or small samples be more likely to lead to rejection of the null hypothesis? 5. Other things being equal, will samples with little variance or samples with much variance be more likely to lead to rejection of the null hypothesis? 225

Worksheet 37: Introduction to the t Test Riddle: According to Helen Rowland, why does a bachelor get tangled up with a lot of women? DIRECTIONS: To find the answer to the riddle, write the answer to each question in the space immediately below it. The word in parenthescs in the solution section next to the answer to the first question is the first word in the answer to the riddle, the word beside the answer to the second question is the second word, and so on. 1. Is a study in which treatments are given in order to observe for efflects called a "survey" or an "experiment"7 2. "Two sample means can be obtained only from experiments." Is this statement true or false? 3. "The larger the difference between two means, the less likely that the difference was created by sampling errors." Is this statement true or false? 4. Other things being equal, will large samples or small samples be more likely to lead to rejection of the null hypothesis? 5. Other things being equal, will samples with little variance or samples with much variance be more likely to lead to rejection of the null hypothesis? 225