AnswerCategory: StatisticsWhat is the appropriate aim of the study
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What is the appropriate aim of the study

What is the appropriate aim of the study, and null and alternate hypotheses for the given case study?

These are all the details I have of the case study:

In Sarah’s class, students have to attend one lecture and one seminar class every week, while in Mike’s class students only have to attend one lecture. Sarah thinks that seminars in addition to lectures are an important teaching method in Statistics, while Mike believes that lectures are sufficient by themselves and thinks that students are better off solving problems by themselves in their own time.

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admin Staff answered 5 months ago

Aim of the study to determine whether there is a difference in the performance of the students who were exposed to both seminars and lectures and those exposed to lectures. Alternate hypothesis Seminars in addition to lectures are an important  teaching method in statistics.  Null hypothesis,,- there will be no difference between leaners who attended seminars in addition to lectures vthan those who did not.