# Quantitative Statistics

I have a sample population of 50. This number represents 60% of people in a particular state recevinh mental health services. The dependent variable is usage of mental health services. The independent variable is level of satisfaction with services. The test value is 60.0 and the alpha is 0.05. How do I perform a t test?

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