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a sample of n=9 indivividuals was selected from a normally distributed pop. with a mean of M=25 and a standard deviation of 6.a treatment was administered to the sample, and treatment , the nine individuals produced the following score: 36,27,30,33,22,30,30,24,38
use a hypothesis test with alpha=.05 to determine whether the treatment had a significant effect. the value for Z in this instant is?
this is what i did:
i calculated the mean for the sample, which was 30.
then i used the formula 3025/2=2.5
the critical value(twotailed, alpha .05) for Z in this instance is +/ 1.96
is this correct?

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