I hope that worked. I have never converted to a zip file. I'm doing this whole thing on my brothers tablet because I don't have a computer.

So a friend of mine who is taking the same science class got this from the teacher. It tells us how we need to write this for the project.

Statistical conventions

• * Means and standard errors/standard deviations (and medians and interquartile ranges/confidence limits), with their associated sample sizes, are given in the format X±SE = 10.20±1.01 g, N = 15.

• * For statistical tests, give the name of the test followed by a colon, the test statistic and its value, the degrees of freedom or sample size (whichever is the convention for the test) and the P value (note that F values have two degrees of freedom). The different parts of the statistical quotation are separated by a comma.

• * If the test statistic is quoted with degrees of freedom, these are reported as a subscript to the test statistic. For example:

ANOVA: F1,11 = 7.89, P = 0.017

Kruskal-Wallis test: H11 = 287.8, P = 0.001

Chi-square test: X2 = 0.19, P = 0.91

Paired t test: t12 = 1.99, P = 0.07

• * If the test is quoted with the sample size, this should follow the test statistic value. For example:

Spearman rank correlation: rS = 0.80, N = 11, P < 0.01

Wilcoxon signed-ranks test: T = 6, N = 14, P < 0.01

Mann-Whitney U test: U = 74, N1 = N2 = 17, P < 0.02

• * P values for significant outcomes can be quoted as below a threshold significance value (e.g. P < 0.05, 0.01, 0.001), but wherever possible should be quoted as an exact value. Marginally non-significant outcomes can be indicated as exact probability values or as P < 0.1. Non-significant outcomes should be indicated with an exact probability value whenever possible, or as NS or P > 0.05, as appropriate for the test. State whether a test is one tailed or two tailed.

I'm thinking that means I need to write is as:

Picture 1: F1, 5=7.34, p=0<0.05

Picture 2: F1, 5=8.37, p=0<0.05

Picture 3: F1, 5=4.31, p=0.0007<0.05

Picture 4: F1, 5=1.96, p=0.0823>0.05

Picture 5: F1, 5=6.46, p=0<0.05

Picture 6: F1, 5=2.09, p=0.8138>0.05

Picture 7: F1, 5=4.81, p=0.0003<0.05

Picture 8: F1, 5=3.65, p=0.0029<0.05

5 is the degrees of freedom and the F statistical value?

I need to use the Fisher test to find the exact probability correct?

How do I know if it is one tailed or two tailed?

Can I do this in excel? I really didn't get the hang of Rstudio.