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Now, write the following sentence in D36-D39 to summarize the result of the
D36: Since the absolute value of t of 4.93 is
D37: greater than the critical t of 1.96, we
D38: reject the null hypothesis and accept
D39: the research hypothesis.
Lastly, write the following sentence in D41-D44 to summarize the conclusion
of the result for Item #7 of the AIBS Survey:
D41: Members rated the helpfulness of the Career
D42: Possibilities section of the AIBS Website in its
D43: helpfulness in notifying members of job-openings
D44: in academics as signiﬁcantly positive.
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We have used the term ‘‘signiﬁcantly positive’’ because the
mean rating of 6.58 is on the positive side of the rating scale.
We purposely have not used the term ‘‘signiﬁcantly excellent’’
because people who speak English do not use that term because
something is either excellent or it is not excellent. Therefore,
‘‘signiﬁcantly positive’’ is a more correct use of the English
language in this type of rating scale item.
You are probably wondering why we entered both the result
and the conclusion in separate cells instead of in just one cell.
This is because if you enter them in one cell, you will be very
disappointed when you print out your ﬁnal spreadsheet,
because one of two things will happen that you will not like:
(1) if you print the spreadsheet to ﬁt onto only one page, the
result and the conclusion will force the entire spreadsheet to be
printed in such small font size that you will be unable to read it,
or (2) if you do not print the ﬁnal spreadsheet to ﬁt onto one
page, both the result and the conclusion will ‘‘dribble over’’
onto a second page instead of ﬁtting the entire spreadsheet onto
one page. In either case, your spreadsheet will not have a
Print the ﬁnal spreadsheet so that it ﬁts onto one page as given in Fig. 4.4 . Enter
the null hypothesis and the research hypothesis by hand on your spreadsheet
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