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sapphers
 3 years ago
Now that you have learned how to use statistics to analyze experimental data, let's return to the assignment you completed in lesson 1 of this unit, where you learned to use the scientific method to research child adjustment. Now, you must present the data you've collected in statistical form.
For example, you might create a data table reflecting the graduation rates of both groups.
Are your findings descriptive or inferentials?
Are your findings statistically significant? If so, how?
sapphers
 3 years ago
Now that you have learned how to use statistics to analyze experimental data, let's return to the assignment you completed in lesson 1 of this unit, where you learned to use the scientific method to research child adjustment. Now, you must present the data you've collected in statistical form. For example, you might create a data table reflecting the graduation rates of both groups. Are your findings descriptive or inferentials? Are your findings statistically significant? If so, how?

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