The One-Sample T-Test is used to find out whether the mean of a group or population can be considered statistically different from a hypothesized value or not. To perform a One-Sample T-Test only one variable is needed: a continuous outcome variable that will be tested against the specified test value. The only assumption that needs to be checked is for the group to have an approximate normal distribution in the outcome variable.


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