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# See attached file for data setParticipant unique identifierGender: (m) or Female (f)ClassroomSmall (1) no more than 10 childrenMedium 2) between 11 and 19 childrenLarge XXXXXXXXXXor more studentsScore...

See attached file for data setParticipant unique identifierGender: (m) or Female (f)ClassroomSmall (1) no more than 10 childrenMedium 2) between 11 and 19 childrenLarge XXXXXXXXXXor more studentsScore - final score on the statewide competency assessment1. Exploratory Data Analysisa. Perform EDA on all variables in the data setBe sure that EDA is broken down by group (6 groups) When possible , use graphs to illustrate the datasetTwo paragraph write up of the dataAPA style table that presents descriptive statistics for the sample
2. Factorial ANOVAIs there a main effect of gender?Explain the effectUse post hoc tests or explain why they are not requiredIs there a main effect of classroom size? Explain effect and use post hoc tests or explain why they are not necessary.Is there an interaction between my two variables? Use post hoc tests to describe these differencesIs there support for the hypothesis that girls would do better than boys in classrooms with fewer students? ExplainWrite up results in APA style and interpret. Discuss both main effects and the presence/absence of an interaction between the two
For this problem all SPSS output should be pasted into the word document
Answered Same Day Dec 26, 2021

## Solution

Robert answered on Dec 26 2021
See attached file for data set Participant unique identifier Gender: (m) or Female (f)
Class room Small (1) no more than 10 children Medium 2) between 11 and 19
children Large (3) - 20 or more students Score - final score on the statewide
competency assessment
1. Exploratory Data Analysisa. Perform EDA on all variables in the data set Be sure
that EDA is
oken down by group (6 groups) When possible , use graphs to illustrate
the dataset Two paragraph write up of the data APA style table that presents
descriptive statistics for the sample
Descriptives
Gender Statistic Std. E
or
Math_Score Female Mean 87.1667 1.32707
Median 88.5000
Variance 52.833
Std. Deviation 7.26865
Minimum 72.00
Maximum 98.00
Male Mean 91.2000 .58408
Median 91.0000
Variance 10.234
Std. Deviation 3.19914
Minimum 86.00
Maximum 99.00
Maximum 99.00
Descriptives
Classroom size Statistic Std. E
or
Math_Score 10 or less Mean 93.2500 .81394
Median 93.0000
Variance 13.250
Std. Deviation 3.64005
Minimum 87.00
Maximum 99.00
Maximum 99.00
11-19 Mean 89.1000 .72873
Median 89.5000
Variance 10.621
Std. Deviation 3.25900
Minimum 82.00
Maximum 95.00
Maximum 95.00
20 or more Mean 85.2000 1.59868
Median 86.5000
Variance 51.116
Std. Deviation 7.14953
Minimum 72.00
Maximum 98.00
Maximum 98.00

The mean mathematics score for female participants was 87.167 with a variability of
52.833 whereas the mean mathematics score for male participants was 91.2 with a
variability of 10.234. The median scores for female and male candidates were 88.5...
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