"Statistical Significance" Essays and Research Papers

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Does Technology Help Increase the Level of Participation in Middle School Students?

the F2F discussions contributed to more word usage than the online delivery methods. Lastly, it was determined that online discussion suggested a higher rate in quality of conversations as opposed to the F2F discussions. There was no statistical significance between male and female discussion outcomes in both online and F2F small discussion on participation outcome. Key findings based on learning outcomes: Writing samples were statistically evaluated and the data reports that there are no...

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Analysis Of 4.5 Kruskal-Wallis Test

Malay, Chinese, and Indian races in the age group of 20-29. Significance value obtained was shown in Table 4.5.1 (a). The p-value obtained for this age group (20-29) was 0.903. Significance value that was obtained between the Malay and Chinese race in this age group was 0.939. Meanwhile, when comparing the Malay and Indian races in this age group the significance value obtained was 0.792. Chinese and Indian races had a significance value of 0.629. The p-value are all above 0.05 which shows...

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Sip Project

persons: Gloria O. Lizarondo, Gloria Emeriña O. Lizarondo, Mrs. Bernadette Anuat And most of all…God almighty! Table of Contents I. Introduction a. Background of the Study b. Statement of Problem/Objectives c. Significance of the Study d. Scope and Limitations e. Review of Related Literature II. Methodology a. Materials/Equipment b. Treatment/General Procedure III. Results and Discussions a. Findings ...

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Final Project

you will be asked to analyze the data using the appropriate tests (ensuring the data are distributed normally) and write up the results, using statistical evidence to support your findings. Lastly, you will be asked to include recommendations, that is, apply the results to solve the real world problem. In your paper, explain why you chose each statistical test, figure, or procedure. The Problem Due to financial hardship, the Nyke Shoe Company feels they only need to make one size of shoes...

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Related Literature Evaluation System

oduced.
They
found
thatnearly
twice
as
many
students
filled
out
the
open‐ended
question
online
when
compared
to
the
paper
group.
On
the
instructor‐related
questions
they
found
a
variation
of
0.09
to0.22
on
a
10‐point
scale.
No
statistical
analysis
was
done
for
significance. Lovric,
M.
(2006).
Traditional
and
web‐based
course
evaluations‐comparison
of
their
response
 rates
and
efficiency.
Paper
presented
at
1st
Balkan
Summer
School
on
Survey
Methodology. Site viewed December 2012. http://www...

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Effectiveness of Team Building Activities in Relation to Work Motivation of Employee in Manila Pavilion Hotel

conscious effort to be cohesive and cooperative in pursuing the common goals and objectives of the team. Conceptual Framework This conceptual framework will follow the Statement of the Problem This study aimed to determine if there’s any significance of having team building activities in Manila Pavilion Hotel. It also sought answers to the following questions: 1. Are there direct benefits of having a team building activities and are those benefits applicable to the industry? 2. Does...

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Statistics in Validating Root Causes Analysis

It starts from the statement in the «head of the fish» Then the team determines major categories (the «bone») and brainstoms all possible causes attivaRes attivaRes It turns brainstorming into practical solutions brainstorming Statistical results Practical solutions Verified root causes will lead to right solutions in the IMPROVE phase Define Opportunities Measure Performance Analyze Opportunity Improve Performance Control Performance CCR’S attivaRes ...

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Spirituality and Personality of the Midlifer

of research. Its goal was to get a factual and accurate data of the respondents’ spirituality and personality and to see the relationships of the two. The accuracy of the data was used in the computation of the averages, frequencies and other statistical calculations to have a clearer picture of the results and for the readers’ appreciation of the importance of spirituality to the personality of the midlifers. The survey, in this study, was administered using two tests – a spirituality test and...

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Possible Hypothesis For The E-Z Program

several experiments to make sure their results are not a fluke. The researcher must make sure their results can be replicated. Before conducting the study, I would gather information about the prior reading program that is set in place. I would want statistical information as well as teacher feedback before I could make a formal hypothesis. Before implementing the new E-Z read program, I would randomly assign each student to either Mrs. Brown’s or Miss Jones’s class. This will give each student an equal...

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STUDY HABITS AND ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT IN SCIENCE AMONG X STANDARD STUDENTS

means the acquisition of learning or observation of books quickly, accurately, automatically with attention. The formation of habits is very real needs for progress. Hence the need and indispensability of study habits is absolutely essential. SIGNIFICANCE OF THE STUDY The purpose of the study was to find out the relationship between study habits and academic achievement of X standard students in Chidambaram Town. The study believed that if students’ study habits are improved and made consistent...

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