Definition of 'T-Test'
A statistical examination of two population means. A two-sample t-test examines whether two samples are different and is commonly used when the variances of two normal distributions are unknown and when an experiment uses a small sample size. For example, a t-test could be used to compare the average floor routine score of the
U.S. women's Olympic gymnastic team to the average floor routine score of China's women’s team.
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