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In this infographic include an example of a t-test, ANOVA test, and correlation example. In your examples for the t-test and ANOVA include if the information is significant and if you would reject or accept the null hypothesis that you created.  I’ve attached examples of ANOVA and T-TEST.  This table lists criteria and criteria group names in the first column. The first row lists level names and includes scores if the rubric uses a numeric scoring method. You can give feedback on each criterion by tabbing to the add feedback buttons in the table. Criteria Level 3 5 points Level 2 3 points Level 1 1 point Criterion Score t-Test The infographic has a correct t-Test and results presented with analysis of the results The infographic has a t-Test and results presented. No t-Test present Score of t-Test, / 5 Anova The infographic has a correct ANOVA  and results presented with analysis of the results including Post-Hoc when needed The infographic has a ANOVA test and results presented. No ANOVA test present Score of Anova, / 5 Null Hypothesis The infographic identifies the null hypothesis and then rejects or accepts it based on the significance of the test results. The infographic identifies the hypothesis or then rejects or accepts it based on the significance of the results. There is no null hypothesis present. Score of Null Hypothesis, / 5 Terms The correct terms and definitions were used to in describing the t-test, ANOVA, and the results of the analysis. Some of the correct terms and definitions were used to in describing the t-test, ANOVA, and the results of the analysis. None of the correct terms and definitions were used to in describing the t-Test, ANOVA, and the results of the analysis. Score of Terms, / 5 Digital Artifact The infographic was completed using a computer program. The infographic was completed using a non-digital method. The infographic was completed using a non-digital method. Score of Digital Artifact, / 5