# ttest: Interpretation of 2-Sample t Test

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**Name:**

`ttest`

**Type:**

**Description:**

Results of a 2-sample

`t.test()`

in R need to be interpreted regarding significance, type of alternative, and comparison of the underlying empirical means.**Solution feedback:**

Yes

**Randomization:**

Random numbers, text blocks, and R output

**Mathematical notation:**

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**Verbatim R input/output:**

Yes

**Images:**

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**Demo code:**

library("exams") set.seed(1090) exams2html("ttest.Rnw") set.seed(1090) exams2pdf("ttest.Rnw") set.seed(1090) exams2html("ttest.Rmd") set.seed(1090) exams2pdf("ttest.Rmd")

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