One Sample t-test Calculator

One Sample t-test measures whether the population mean is statistically significantly different from a hypothesized value. For example : Doctors recommend to have low cholesterol level - ideal cholesterol level should be below 200. With the use of one-sample t-test we can examine if the average cholestrol level of the population is statistically different from 200.

$$ t = \frac{\bar{x}-\mu{}_{0}}{s_{\bar{x}}} $$

where

$$ s_{\bar{x}} = \frac{s}{\sqrt{n}} $$

\(\mu_{0}\) : Hypothesized value
\(\bar{x}\) : Sample mean
\(n\) : Sample size
\(s\) : Sample standard deviation
\(s_{\bar{x}}\) : Estimated standard error of the mean

In the calculation below you have two options - either to enter raw data or you can enter summary information which is required to calculate one sample t-test. Under raw data tab, you can enter values separated by comma, space, tab spaces or new line.

Enter Raw Data

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Enter Summary Data

Solution

Step by Step Calculation

$$ s_{\bar{x}} = \frac{s}{\sqrt{n}} $$

Assumptions of One Sample t-test

  • Data must be normally distributed
  • Sample must be picked randomly from population
  • Data must be continuous
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