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    I am currently doing my statistics course work. I am doing it on how long it takes to find a word in a dictionary. I have already collected my sample of sixty. Now I need to do my calculations and diagrams but I am confused where to start and what to do for each hypothesis.
    • My first hypothesis is that set 1 boys will find the word quicker that set 2 boys.
    • My second hypothesis is that pupils will find the word quicker in the morning than in than in the afternoon.
    • My final hypothesis is that set 1 boys will find the word faster in the morning than set 2 boys.
    I need help with the calculations and diagrams. Please reply as soon as possible because I have to hand in my coursework soon. thank you.
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