An independent-samples t test was conducted to compare high-altitude exercise to exercise at sea-level. Imagine the mean comfort level of


An independent-samples t test was conducted to compare high-altitude exercise to exercise at sea-level. Imagine the mean comfort level of participants, rated on a 7-point scale where high values reflect high comfort, at high altitude was 3.5 while the average at sea-level was 5.1. Imagine also that values were calculated for sdifference of 1.1, 2.04 for pooled variance, and 35 for degrees of freedom total. What are the critical cutoffs for this test


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