Phoenix Inferential and Descriptive Statistics

RES 710 University of Phoenix Inferential and Descriptive Statistics Discussion

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Mathematics

RES 710

University of Phoenix

RES

Question Description

 

 

Review the following example:

Example: Compared the smoking cessation rates for smokers randomly assigned to use a nicotine patch versus a placebo patch. 

Null: There is no difference in smoking rates from smokers who were randomly assigned to a nicotine patch and those assigned to a placebo patch.

Alternative: There is a difference in smoking rates from smokers who were randomly assigned to a nicotine patch and those assigned to a placebo patch.

Using your dissertation work, develop your null and alternative hypotheses that are written in correct form and measurable.

Once these have been developed, determine the descriptive and inferential statistics you will use.

Include a brief written explanation of how this might be analyzed

WHAT I COMPLETED SO FAR

Null: There is no difference in the production rates of employees who work in a traditional office setting and those who work remotely.

Alternative: There is a difference in production rates from employees who work in a traditional office setting and those who work remotely.

The variables being tested during this study is the production rates, telecommuting workers, and traditional office workers. This will be analyzed through surveys with human resources departments are various organizations in the Pittsburgh area. Many of the selected organizations switched from a traditional office setting to telecommuting during the Covid 19 pandemic which provides recent and accurate data available for the study.