257 mothers and 56 health workers Sampling Method Purposive sampling was used to select the key informants of different professional backgrounds. This strategy helped in obtaining a representative sample for the study. The selection of study participants involved a non-randomized sampling method The selection of 257 mothers involved simple random sampling, while convenience sampling helped in selecting 56 health workers for the study in question. Descriptive Statistics (Mean, Median, Mode; Standard Deviation) Identify examples of descriptive statistics in the article. Example of descriptive statistics: School achievement among children: Mean: 2.83 Standard deviation: 0.95 Physical health among children: Mea:2.25 Standard deviation: 0.99 Example of descriptive statistics: Quality of participants’ overall diet intake in a Likert scale: Mean: 3.9 points Standard deviation:0.79 Energy intake among male patients: Mean:2499 Standard deviation:793.19 Energy intake among female patients: Mean 2018.1 Standard deviation: 469.56 Pharmacological treatment : Mean: 4.3 Standard deviation: 0.73 Example of descriptive statistics: The demographic characteristics of respondents Source Field survey, 2017: Mean: 27.3 Standard deviation:8.31 Inferential Statistics Identify Example of in ferential statistics: The findings of the current Example of inferential statistics: There was no statistical significance of the differences in the intake of Example of inferential statistics: Gender differences had a
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