# EXPERIMENTAL ANALYSIS CASE 1 Samples of 10 students from two undergraduate math classes were purposively selected.

EXPERIMENTAL ANALYSIS
CASE 1
Samples of 10 students from two undergraduate math classes were purposively selected. Their heights being tall and small were used as basis for the assignment to experiment. The teacher assumed that the height of the student can be an indicator of student’s intelligence. 5 students who are tall were assigned to Group 1 while the remaining 5 students who were small where assigned to Group 2. She then administered an IQ Test. Based on his records, 3 people from Group 1 had an IQ scores of 130, 1 was 110 and the other was 100. On the other group, 4 students had an IQ scores of 89 while 1 got 100.
1. What is the Independent Variable?
A. Height C . Intelligence
B. Measurement D. Test Scores
2. What is the Dependent Variable?
A. Height C . Intelligence
B. Measurement D. IQ Test Scores
3. Identify the groups in the dependent variables.
a. 10 people c. groups of people
b. 5 people d. 2 groups of People
4. What is the Type of Data of the DV?
a. interval data c. nominal data
b. ratio data d. ordinal Data
5. What is the level of measurement of the DV?
a. discrete c. both a and b
b. continuous d. neither a nor b
6. What test statistic will be applicable to compute the significance of the variables?
a. ANOVA c. Z-test

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