T-Test Paper on:
Physical Fitness, present body weight and Eating habits and Human state of health.
The discussion focuses on determining whether there is a correlation between physical fitness, health eating habits and human state of health among different genders. From the empirical studies it can be observed that, unhealthy eating habits and lack of appropriate physical exercises contributes to poor human health. This is because, majority of people do not have the purchasing power to afford a balanced diet. However, the herein may be attributed to ignorance and not necessary low purchasing power. Lack of physical exercises and poor eating habits among people of different gender has contributed significantly increase in obesity and consequently health problems especially in the United States. The study will employ t-test to test both null and alternate hypothesis based on the survey conducted among the students in the class. The test will help to determine whether there is a correlation unhealthy eating habits, lack of physical exercise and human state of health among different genders. The study obtained responses from 36o respondents who were selected using simple random sampling from a sample total of 409 repodents who among the respondents were 158 female (63%) and 93 (37%) male .Surveys questions which were asked were pretested through a pilot study conducted among the students in order to avoid the threat of biasness and irreverence of the questions asked. A comparison of the results obtained pertaining human state of health and human physical exercise as well as eating habits was compared with gender responses among the participants. A conceptual framework was prepared as shown below to indicate the independent and dependent variables used in the survey.
Independent Variable Dependent variable
Gender 1.Level of Physical Fitness
- Level of satisfaction with