## What is a TI test?

**inferential statistic used to determine if there is a significant difference between the means of two groups**, which may be related in certain features. The t-test is one of many tests used for the purpose of hypothesis testing in statistics. Calculating a t-test requires three key data values.

## What is test mode TI 84?

Entering Test Mode (or “Press-to-Test Mode”) on a TI-84 Plus CE is **a way of ensuring that students are not able to access any unauthorized programs or files when taking an exam**.Sep 11, 2018

## How do I get my TI 84 Plus C out of test mode?

1. Turn off the calculator while in test mode. "Re-Press-to-Test" **- press and hold down the ~, |, and É keys**, and then release. Select OK when you see the Reset Verification Screen.

## What is test mode on a calculator?

All of the TI-84 Plus graphing calculators, including the most recent TI-84 Plus CE have a special mode designed for taking tests known as “Test Mode” (or “Press-to-Test Mode”). ... The purpose of this Test Mode **is to limit the use of unauthorized calculator programs during high stakes examinations.**Aug 20, 2018

## How do you check battery life on TI 84?

**The battery status icon on the upper right of the screen** gives information on battery life. The battery icons indicate the level of battery power remaining, and indicate if the battery is charging.

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### How do I perform a ROM self-test on my TI-81?

- Press any key to complete the self-
**test**. "Mem cleared" is displayed. Other**TI**-81 ROM versions. The following are differences in the self-**test**function as documented above. ROM version 1.1: RAM**test**takes approximately 4.5 seconds per cycle; ten contrast settings during the display**test**.

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### What version of ROM does my TI-80 have?

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**TI**-80 has ROM version 4.0, so your mileage may vary. Caution: Adjust the calculator contrast to 0 (very light) before beginning the self-**test**to make sure the calculator's batteries are not too weak for you to be able to see the display during and after executing the self-**test**. Do not perform this self-**test**with weak batteries.

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### How do I choose the paired t-test?

- Choose the paired t-
**test**if you have two measurements on the same item, person or thing. You should also choose this**test**if you have two items that are being measured with a unique condition. For example, you might be measuring car safety performance in vehicle research and testing and subject the cars to a series of crash tests.

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### What does the t test tell you?

- The t test tells you how significant the differences between groups are; In other words it lets you know if those differences (measured in means) could have happened by chance. A very simple example: Let’s say you have a cold and you try a naturopathic remedy. Your cold lasts a couple of days.

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### What is the difference between paired t test and independent t test?What is the difference between paired t test and independent t test?

If the groups come from a single population (e.g. measuring before and after an experimental treatment), perform a paired t-test. If the groups come from two different populations (e.g. two different species, or people from two separate cities), perform a two-sample t-test (a.k.a. independent t-test).

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### What is the difference between a t-test and a Z-test?What is the difference between a t-test and a Z-test?

The t-test is just one of many tests used for this purpose. Statisticians must additionally use tests other than the t-test to examine more variables and tests with larger sample sizes. For a large sample size, statisticians use a z-test. Other testing options include the chi-square test and the f-test.

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### What is an example of a t test in research?What is an example of a t test in research?

Examples are analysis of variance ( ANOVA), Tukey-Kramer pairwise comparison, Dunnett's comparison to a control, and analysis of means (ANOM). While t -tests are relatively robust to deviations from assumptions, t -tests do assume that: The data are continuous. The sample data have been randomly sampled from a population.

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### What is t value and degrees of freedom in t test?What is t value and degrees of freedom in t test?

T-Values and Degrees of Freedom. The t-test produces two values as its output: t-value and degrees of freedom. The t-value is a ratio of the difference between the mean of the two sample sets and the difference that exists within the sample sets.