Identify an available peer reviewed research study that used an independent samples t-test statistical analysis found in the Touro Library within the topic of “Personality”. Please provide the corresponding APA format citation in your discussion post.
- Identify and briefly explain the levels (i.e. conditions) of the Independent Variable and the corresponding Dependent variable for the independent samples t-test used in this research article that you chose from the Touro Library. In your own words, briefly describe the results of the independent samples t-test analysis with corresponding averages and standard deviations. You must include values for T value, degrees of freedom (df), and p-values in your results. (Note: the peer reviewed research article may have multiple statistical analyses reported, but please limit your discussion on only one independent samples t-test statistical analysis in the peer reviewed research paper).
ther or not the agreement between Peter Lake and Pearly Soames for the sale of a custom sound system for $25,000 is enforceable is dependant upon the validity of the contract. Oral contracts are typically enforceable unless they fall under the statute of frauds, which requires certain contracts to be in writing. This includes several requirements, including the sale of goods over $500. However an exception to this rule is speciality items. If a manufacturer agrees to create specialty items for a client, once they begin to manufacture the goods, the contract is enforceable without a written agreement. Here, Lake was selling a $25,000 sound system to Soames, which falls under the statute of frauds and would typically require a written agreement. However, since Lake made the sound system personalized for the band’s “detailed specifications,” Soames is required to pay for it because it is not suitable for sale to another customer. Thus, Peter Lake is right about the enforceability of his contract with Pearly Soames for the sale of the sound system, and Soames is required to pay him for it. Lake and Penn Offer Whether or not Lake is entitled to the position offered by Beverly Penn depends on if a valid offer was made to him to begin with. In order for an offer to be valid and binding, it must be clearly communicated, including definite terms. This includes the willingness of the offeror to enter into an agreement, the offeror’s intent to form a binding contract, and the explicit communication of the offer and the terms to the offeree. On April 6, Penn wrote to Lake, “…Come on board right away, and I will sell you half of my business for $150,000…” Penn clearly stated the conditions of the sale and the letter was received by Lake. Penn showed an intent to enter into a contractual agreement with Lake. Accordingly, Penn did make a valid and binding offer to Lake to sell a portion of her busines>GET ANSWER