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An Independent Samples t—test was conducted to see if there was a difference in MAT
scores between male and female graduate students. The independent variable was gender and the
dependent variable MAT scores. The researcher rejected/failed to reject the null hypothesis at
the 95% confidence level where [(00) = 00, p = .000. Eta square equaled (n2 = .000). The effect
size was very large/large/mediumlsmall. Eta square was calculated using the formula
112 = tzm2 + df). There was/was not a statistical difference between the MAT scores of male (M =
00, SD = 00) and female (M = 00, SD = 00) graduate students. See Table 4 for Independent Samples t—test results.

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