explaining results to decision makers
Respond to the following in a minimum of 175 words:
An important part of using statistics is being able to explain your results to decision makers. Imagine that you have conducted a two-sample test and determined that the difference was not statistically significant. While one mean was 4.3 and the other was 3.9, the p level for the t test was p=.07. Your management team says, â€œWell, the difference may not be statistically significant, but the difference is there! Discuss how you would respond and how you would explain the purpose of the t test and significance in this case.