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Scenario Exam Joe collected a questionnaire from 28 students in his school on their attitudes toward the local science fair. Joe wanted to test the...

Scenario Exam


Joe collected a questionnaire from 28 students in his school on their attitudes toward the local science fair. Joe wanted to test the following null hypothesis:

H01: There is no significant difference among the attitude toward science fairs of students' who either won 1st, 2nd, 3rd, or no award at all at the local science fair.

See questionnaire sheet below:

Award Question:

What award did you win? (1 = 1st place, 2 = 2nd place, 3 = 3rd place, 4 = I did not win an award)

Science Fair Attitude Questions (12 possible points):

Item 1: I enjoyed competing in the science fair: 4 = strongly agree, 3 = agree, 2 = disagree, 1 = strongly disagree

Item 2: The science fair was exciting: 4 = strongly agree, 3 = agree, 2 = disagree, 1 = strongly disagree

Item 3: The science fair was fun: 4 = strongly agree, 3 = agree, 2 = disagree, 1 = strongly disagree

Data Collection Sheet: (Note: See the data collection sheet below. You may cut and paste or type the data set into SPSS. Remember to leave off the header row when copying into SPSS).

Student ID Award Attitude Scores

1 1 7

2 1 8

3 3 9

4 2 8

5 4 3

6 1 9

7 1 9

8 2 7

9 4 3

10 4 4

11 3 8

12 4 5

13 3 9

14 2 7

15 4 3

16 2 9

17 4 5

18 1 9

19 3 8

20 2 9

21 4 4

22 3 7

23 1 8

24 1 7

25 3 8

26 2 8

27 2 8

28 3 7


I need a written steps to do it in Using SPSS for windows.

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