What are the key terms in a verbal hypothesis that signify whether you are conducting a one–tailed or two-tailed test? I'm thinkign the answer to this would be The one tail test that denotes that your alternate hypothesis is greater then less then to something and a two tail usually mean not equal to your null hypothesis. Not sure??
Could gender be used as a variable in the creation of a test of two populations? Why or why not?
When would you use a two population test with a small sample size at your place of employment, in your education, or in politics?