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Assumptions and Conditions for Using Statistical Tests

Assumptions and Conditions for using Statistical Tests Bright Eugene Imo State University, Owerri ABSTRACT All statistical procedures have underlying assumptions, some more stringent than others. In some cases, violation of these assumptions will not change substantive research conclusions. In other cases, violation of assumptions will undermine meaningful research. Establishing that one's data meet the assumptions of the procedure one is using in an expected component of all quantitatively...

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Significance of the Study (Peer Pressure)

Significance of the study This section will provide brief description on the various significances of the study. The primordial purpose of the study is to provide the students with a complete and balance education by avoiding peer pressure. Thus, the results of this study will benefit the students, the school administrators, the teachers not only in English but also in other subjects, and especially the parents who are concerned about the behavior of their children. This study will serve as the...

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Statistical Significance and Physical Component Score

Homework Exercise 29 Grand Canyon University December 23, 2012 1. Were the groups in this study independent or dependent? Provide a rationale for your answer. Answer- The group studies were independent. They were being tested by gender, male and female. They were also not matched or paired with each other. 2. t = −3.15 describes the difference between women and men for what variable in this study? Is this value significant? Provide a rationale for your answer. Answer- The variable...

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Statistical Hypothesis Testing and Key Performance Indicators

two sections outlining the statistical analysis of data and hypothesis testing to observe if CCResort have met their 2 major key performance indicators (KPIs) 1 More than 40% of their customers stay for a full week (i.e. seven nights); 2 The average customer spends more than $255 per day in excess of accommodation costs. Figures at a glance This section of the report aims to give users a better understanding of the data through statistical data analysis of investigation...

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Statistical Significance

Copyright 1983 by the American Psychological Association, Inc. Statistical Significance, Power, and Effect Size: A Response to the Reexamination of Reviewer Bias Bruce E. Wampold Department of Educational Psychology University of Utah Michael J. Furlong and Donald R. Atkinson Graduate School of Education University of California, Santa Barbara In responding to our study of the influence that statistical significance has on reviewers' recommendations for the acceptance or rejection of...

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Sample Outline for Review Gap Purpose Significance Scope

Sample Outline for Review, Gap, Purpose, Significance and Scope 1.3.1 The Numerical Approach … (omitted review of earlier studies) Modified Smith’s model incorporating Novak’s theoretical solution -Simon & Randolph (1985), Wong (1988) different definitions of ultimate failure – assumptions difference in result – insignificant Discrepancy - measured & simulated radiation damping effect - cause (Nogami & Konagai, 1986) Deal with discrepancy - include shear zone - Novak & Sheta, 1994 [Summary/Comments]...

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Statistical Hypothesis Test Answers

group cannot be a member of the other group. For this research question, the independent groups are Buddhist and non-Buddhist. Critical Value Degree of Freedom = (N1 - 1) + (N2 - 1) = (42 – 1) + (18 – 1) = 41 + 17 = 58 Critical value (use significance level .05) = 2. 00 Calculation | Buddhist, x | x² | Non-Buddhist, y | y² | | 4.0 | 16.00 | 3.6 | 12.96 | | 4.0 | 16.00 | 3.6 | 12.96 | | 4.0 | 16.00 | 3.6 | 12.96 | | 4.0 | 16.00 | 3.6 | 12.96 | | 4.0 | 16.00 | 3.2 | 10.24 | ...

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An Analysis of Predictive Validity at Colleges

coursework and studying, thus presenting the possibility of negatively impacting a student’s grades and prolonging the length of time he or she stays at the institution? The purpose of this study is to investigate predictive validity and other statistical associations between the NSSE instrument and two commonly regarded student outcomes measures: time to graduation and grade point average (GPA). The objective is to establish an empirical link (whether positive or negative) between NSSE, with its...

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Terminal Report of healing cream

expectorant and antibiotic effects. (EDSA GARDEN) Chapter 3 Methodology This chapter presents the methods and procedure of the study. It presents the research design, locale of the study materials used procedure data gathering and statistical treatment. Research Design The study used single group design experimental method of research and evaluated through rating scale. The samples of healing cream were presented to the respondents for sensory evaluation which is intended for determining...

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The Consequence of Smell (Swot Analysis and Spss Software)

opposite Wafi Mall. SPSS statistical software was used to analyze the survey data. Descriptive statistical tests included frequencies, cross tabulations, and goodness-of-fit chi square significance. The tests sought to answer the three objectives: the extent of the importance of smell, the extent of the people's reactions towards these smells and the extent of the variations of the people's preferences based on their characteristics. Using the chi-square tests with significance levels of P...

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