An introduction to why we use t statistics.
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What if I want to compare two groups that are not the same thing, using the t-value? I am making a survey. I want to see the relationship between the number of trips attracted by a building and compare with it's constructed area. I have one sample of 5 elements of each parameter.
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Therefore, for a signal possessing energy to have zero power I guess you could say that it is not losing or gaining any energy i.e. it is in equilibrium.
By contrast, if something is giving off power and is still in energy equilibrium it must have infinite energy.
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