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Data Analysis Report

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In both assignments I used SPSS version 16; thus, the order of variables and number of decimal places may differ slightly from the material provided in the .pdf file. However, same values as those in the .pdf paper were obtained as evident from the SPSS output. In addition, no criterion was provided to decide the cut off point for traditional and non-traditional groups. In this data analysis report, the cut off used for the traditional and non-traditional groups was based on age, where those below 25 years old are classified as non-traditional while those of age 25 years and above are classified as traditional.

Data Analysis For Report

 Table 1.

 Demographic variables for traditional and non-traditional groups

 

 

 

Traditional

 

Non-traditional

 

 

Total

Sex

Males

Females

n=6

n=24

n= 40

n=101

n=46

n=125

Previous Math Experience

Less than Year 12

Year 12

Tertiary

n=14

n=9

n=7

n=58

n=75

n=8

n=72

n=84

n=15

Age

Median=38

Min= 25

Max=52

n=30

Median=19

Min= 17

Max=24

n=141

Median=19

Min= 17

Max=52

N=171

The table above shows comparison between the two age groups: the traditional and the non-traditional. The overall number of the traditional group, which comprises 30, is way below the non-traditional one, comprising 141. There are more females than males within the non-traditional group. One should also note that in the traditional group the biggest number (14) has less than 12 years of math experience while the biggest number in the non-traditional group belongs to those with 12 years of math experience. The median age for the traditional group is 38 and that of the non-traditional group is 19 while that of both groups combined is 19.

Mean Comparison between traditional and non-traditional groups

Report

 

 

Age Group

 

 

Non-traditional

Traditional

Total

Anxiety

Mean

42.73

43.50

42.87

Std. Deviation

10.711

11.041

10.741

N

141

30

171

Attitude

Mean

49.74

54.13

50.51

Std. Deviation

7.044

9.239

7.631

N

141

30

171

Computer

Mean

81.73

75.93

80.71

Std. Deviation

11.430

17.603

12.859

N

141

30

171

T-Test Hypothesis Testing

One-Sample Test Anxiety

 

 

 

Anxiety

Test Value = 0                                      

t

52.188

df

170

Sig. (2-tailed)

.000

Mean Difference

42.865

95% Confidence Interval of the Difference

Lower

41.24

Upper

44.49

At 95% confidence interval the p value is 0.00. The lower and upper bounds are 41.24 and 44.49 respectively.

One-Sample Test for Attitude

 

 

 

Attitude

Test Value = 0                                      

t

86.548

df

170

Sig. (2-tailed)

.000

Mean Difference

50.509

95% Confidence Interval of the Difference

Lower

49.36

Upper

51.66

At 95% confidence interval the p value is 0.00. The lower and upper bounds are 49.36 and 51.66 respectively.

One-Sample Test computer

 

 

 

Computer

Test Value = 0                                      

t

82.082

df

170

Sig. (2-tailed)

.000

Mean Difference

80.713

95% Confidence Interval of the Difference

Lower

78.77

Upper

82.65

At 95% confidence interval the p value is 0.00. The lower and upper bounds are 78.77 and 82.65 respectively.

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