1. Set the null hypothesis. In this case, it is: new drug has no effect on blood pressure.

Now you have two groups: one placebo group and the other treatment group. Take one sample from each group and determine mu, s and n for each group.

Calculate t statistic. If t falls within the critical region, null hypothesis has to be rejected. This means that new drug is effective.

This test is non - directional.

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