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Nonparametric Hypothesis Testing Paper Online School verses Traditional School Steven Hamilton, Tara Smiley, Dawn Smith, Tamika Williams RES/342: Research and Evaluation II November 4, 2010 Jeff Duncan
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Online School verse Traditional School In recent years online schools are more popular over traditional school for the working adult student. Night classes traditionally gave the adults the chance to finish or continue education over a longer period of time, but now with the online classes, working adults earn their degrees in a faster pace and from their homes. Online schools have more mature students than traditional schools, as the online school caters to the working adults better than traditional schools. This paper will identify that online schools have a more mature setting than traditional schools, through developing both a numerical and verbal hypothesis statement, performing a five-step hypothesis test, analyze the data, and interpret the results and finds. Hypothesis Statement In the week two assignment, the team concluded that online students are offered a larger variety to mature students than traditional schools. The purpose of the week four assignment is to conduct a nonparametric hypothesis test. This will test the data set to determine if online students are offered a larger variety to mature students than traditional schools. Ho: The samples do not differ from the populations.
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  • Spring '08
  • CAREY
  • Null hypothesis, Statistical hypothesis testing, Non-parametric statistics, five-step hypothesis test, Traditional Learning

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