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The sample size was 302
The p-value for the HR vs. Gold was 0.65229
There were many experimental errors the could have affected the connectivity of the actual spree headband. In order to connect to the device, one had to use Bluetooth on a smart phone. When multiple Bluetooth devices were near by, it was complicated to find the right spree. A way to make the connection process more efficient, there should be a way to have the name of the actual spree device appear on the Bluetooth connection settings to make pairing up much easier.
LAB 3B WRITE-UP
Target Population and Need
The target population was infants between the age of 0-6 months. The problem identified would be Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS). SIDS occurs when an infant that would be sleeping, slowly stops breathing, and suffocates, ending up in death. This syndrome occurred in about 2,500 infants last year.
T-Test for the heart rate monitor was 0.98633, which means there was no difference between the two groups. The T-Test for the breath monitor was 0.81447, which means there was a difference. The P-values for the heart rate monitor was 0.000456, which was statistically significant. The P-value for the breath monitor was 0.006184, which was statistically significant.