Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
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(a) Use Excel to the right of the table to find the sample size, mean, standard
deviation, and standard error of the mean for these data. Label your
answers, and use two decimal places for the mean, standard deviation, and
standard error of the mean.
(b) Enter the null hypothesis and the research hypothesis for these data on
your spreadsheet.
(c) Use Excel’s TINV function to find the 95 % confidence interval about the
mean for these data. Label your answers on your spreadsheet. Use two
decimal places for the lower limit and the upper limit of the confidence
interval.
(d) Enter the result of the test on your spreadsheet.
(e) Enter the conclusion of the test in plain English on your spreadsheet.
(f) Print your final spreadsheet so that it fits onto one page (if you need help
remembering how to do this, see the objectives at the end of Sect. 2.4 ) .
(g) Draw a picture of the confidence interval, including the reference value,
onto your spreadsheet.
(h) Save the final spreadsheet as: TROUT10
3. According to Bremer and Doerge ( 2010 ), only one species of oak tree, Quercus
tomentella Engelm, grows on the island of Guadalupe. Let’s suppose that five
years ago, the average size of acorn nut as measured by length from this species
of oak was 27 millimeters (mm). Suppose that you have been asked to
determine if this average size has changed this year. You decide to run a small
sample of oak acorns to test your Excel skills, and the hypothetical data are
given in Fig. 3.12 :
Create an Excel spreadsheet with these data.
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