question archive Suppose we conduct an experiment to test if people can throw farther right- or lefthanded

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Suppose we conduct an experiment to test if people can throw farther right- or lefthanded. We get 20 people to do the experiment. Each throws a ball right-handed once and a ball left-handed once (in random order), and we measure the distances. If we are interested in determining whether the expected length of a right-handed toss is more than that of a left-handed toss, which type of hypothesis test would we likely use ?

Group of answer choices

z (normal) hypothesis test for differences

pooled t hypothesis test for differences

paired t hypothesis test for differences

F hypothesis test for differences