QTN
QTN15
TTest
Paired Samples Statistics 

Mean 
N 
Std. Deviation 
Std. Error Mean 

Pair 1 
SEI 
24.055 
1258 
27.4824 
.7748 
SEX 
.57 
1258 
.496 
.014 
#
Paired Samples Correlations 

N 
Correlation 
Sig. 

Pair 1 
SEI & SEX 
1258 
.023 
.409 
Paired Samples Test 

Paired Differences 
t 
df 
Sig. (2tailed) 

Mean 
Std. Deviation 
Std. Error Mean 
95% Confidence Interval of the Difference 

Lower 
Upper 

Pair 1 
SEI – SEX 
23.4883 
27.4984 
.7753 
21.9673 
25.0093 
30.296 
1257 
.000 
Inthe paired sample correlations table Significant value (0.409)>0.05implies that there is no major difference
Inthe respect of the professions held by 2010 GSS young women and menand thus there is no reason to reject the null hypothesis.
QTN16.
TTest
OneSample Statistics 

N 
Mean 
Std. Deviation 
Std. Error Mean 

SIBLINGS 
1258 
3.97 
4.029 
.114 
OneSample Test 

Test Value = 3 

t 
df 
Sig. (2tailed) 
Mean Difference 
95% Confidence Interval of the Difference 

Lower 
Upper 

SIBLINGS 
8.509 
1257 
.000 
.967 
.74 
1.19 
Sigvalue is 0.000<0.05 thus implying that we should reject the nullhypothesis. Also the confidence interval
Doesnot include a zero giving a reason to reject the null hypothesis
QTN15
TTest
Group Statistics 

SEX 
N 
Mean 
Std. Deviation 
Std. Error Mean 

OKSPEECH 
FEMALES 
423 
3.56 
1.725 
.084 
MALES 
499 
3.54 
1.680 
.075 

OKTEACH 
FEMALES 
400 
2.82 
1.843 
.092 
MALES 
473 
3.05 
1.802 
.083 
Independent Samples Test 

Levene`s Test for Equality of Variances 
ttest for Equality of Means 

F 
Sig. 
t 
df 
Sig. (2tailed) 
Mean Difference 
Std. Error Difference 
95% Confidence Interval of the Difference 

Lower 
Upper 

OKSPEECH 
Equal variances assumed 
1.656 
.198 
.203 
920 
.839 
.023 
.112 
.198 
.244 
Equal variances not assumed 
.203 
887.316 
.839 
.023 
.113 
.198 
.244 

OKTEACH 
Equal variances assumed 
.431 
.512 
1.866 
871 
.062 
.231 
.124 
.473 
.012 
Equal variances not assumed 
1.862 
840.566 
.063 
.231 
.124 
.474 
.012 
Significantvalues 0.918 and 0.512>0.05 implying that 2010 GSS were notsignificantly ready to let contentious
Peoplegive public speeches than to lease them teach in institution
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