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Scott Raubenstine Research Methods The case discussion is about college freshman students and whether or not they stay in school or drop out. The cross tabulation table is a two by three. There are two outcomes that can occur. The freshman student can stay in school, or the freshman student can drop out. The three variables that can be placed upon the students are; aid, home near receiving aid, or home far receiving aid. The first set of data is the set with the variable of just aid. Aid is the overall amount of students receiving aid or not receiving aid. It showed that there is a 75% chance a student receiving aid stays in school. It also shows that there is an 80% chance that students not receiving aid will stay in school. The Aid given category was then even more descriptive. The Home Near Receiving Aid showed that students given aid had 95% of the students staying in school. Students Home Near Not Receiving aid, 85% of those college freshmen stayed in school. The last set was Home Far Receiving Aid. 70% of the students given aid stayed in
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