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1st step with this data make an table using the spearman rank – order it should look just like table 8.2 in the attachmentstart from highest to lowest x = 27,28,29,30,29,30,28,27y= 11,12,13,14,14,14,11,12Then solve for rs using the spearman rank formula (the formula is in the attachment provided)after that test the hypothesis using the critical value of rs table and only using the 0.5 column ( table provided attached )I am uploading the critical value table to use to test the hypothesisand I will upload an example of the spearman rank order table PLEASE SHOW ME STEP-BY-STEP ESPECIALLY STEP-BY-STEP ON HOW TO TEST THE HYPOTHESIS.Attachment 1Attachment 2same as r.ient for ranked data, for all practical purposes, it may be interpretedTABLE 0.2 CALCULATION OF THE SPEARMAN RANK-ORDERSby 5CORRELATION COEFFICIENT-TIED RANKSIndividualTest XTest YRxAYD60601.054682.01.02.01.01.00531.0403.07.01,004049524.53.016,001.549514.54.52.2547386.0469.03.051,7.09.004.5452.5326.259.04510.01.0399.01.00801.0451.00419.06.03.09.00ED = 46.50630:N(N – 1)8 1=16(46.50)10(99)= 1279990=1 -.28.=.72ne positionIS negauve.SUIC

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