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  1. anonymous
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    • Include confidence intervals for your data and what they mean in the context of your study.

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    OKay, are you looking for a 95% confidence level and for what? need more info in question.

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    yea thats it

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    for coke

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    Can you please include the original question, it may include things such as population, although we can get this from the table.

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    its not a question... u have to create ur own

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    interesting! In all my time as a tutor I never saw that before, but always like a challenge!

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    So, you are dealing with the popularity of particular brands amongst various different grades of students. If you are going to conduct a survey, you will have to create two hypotheses: known as the null hypothesis and the alternative hypothesis.

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    First though let's calculate the total sample population, just count up the total amount of students in your table from every grade.

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    9th grade = 15 students 10th grade = 15 students 11th grade = 15 students 12th grade = 15 students Okay, ironically they are all the same!

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    So, your total sample population is: 60.

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    Part 1: Your research question would be "Which brand of softdrink do you prefer?"

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    Difficulty here is comparison, normally we are only comparing two things, yet your table shows 4 brands.

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    I got you mr. guy.

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    The answer is straight out four million, you see this is achievable because the bear from the golden village was slain.

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