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For instance, if only two or three items are left unanswered in a questionnaire of 40 items or more, this case can be dropped. And again, Hair et al. (2006) equally note that the issue of missing data could be frustrating enough and damaging when not properly handled. Hence, they identify a four-step process of identifying and solving this problem. These steps are: defining the type of misplaced information; defining the degree of misplaced information; analyse the unpredictability of the misplaced information procedures and choice of the citation technique. However, the general rule of thumb on missing data is enumerated by Hair et al. (2006) which comprises that misplaced information under 10 percent for an individual case or remark can generally be overlooked but the number of cases with no misplaced information must be adequate for the designated examination method. Variables with as little as 15 percent misplaced information are candidates for removal, but higher levels of misplaced information, for instance 20 percent, can often be alleviated. After bearing in mind the above endorsements the researcher found no misplaced information. 3.13.3 Means and Standard Deviations Utilization of a table of means and standard deviations is the ideal way of analyzing a multivariate data. The five-point Likert scale was used to measure the data in order to obtain the results of the descriptive statistics, which indicates that some respondents were dissatisfied with some items. Minimum and maximum scales indicate no out-of-range entries. The results also revealed that the mean of all
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