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1. Introduction 1.1 Background to the problem 1.2 The statement of the problem 1.3 The purpose of the study 1.4 The objectives of the study 1.5 Research questions 1.6 Research hypothesis (these can be substituted with assumptions of the study. In other words, it is not necessary or a must for the student to have research hypothesis especially if the study is of descriptive nature). 1.7 Theoretical background / conceptual framework. 1.8 Rationale or justification / conceptual framework
1.9 Limitations and delimitations of the study. 1.10 Assumptions of the study. 1.11 Definition of terms.
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Took Medicine 150 60 20
Never took medicine 45 68 57
It is required to test at the 5% level of significance.
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(i) Use the spearman rank correlation to determine the value of rs and state the relationship between the two variables.
(ii) Develop a test of hypothesis that uses the ranks correlation rs in i) above as the test statistics
iii) Determine whether the derived value of rs in i) above is large enough to support the conclusion made in i)
a) Formulate the null and alternative hypotheses that will help in deciding whether to shut
down and adjust the production line (b) Comment on the conclusion and the decision when H0 cannot be rejected.
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b) light sensitive receptors
How would you find the categoric and continuous variable for questions like 'how does your hight affect your shoe size?'
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