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Performance Rating (X) Academic Performance (Y)

4.35 1.25 I. Is there a significant difference between the perform


performance of BEED students of RSU?
4.10 1.50 II. Hypotheses:
4.80 2.0 Ho: There is no significant difference between the
4.00 2.50 academic performance of beed students of RSU.
Ho: X¹ = X²
4.24 1.75
H¹: There is significant difference between the p
4.00 2.0 acaademic performance of beed students of RSU.
4.55 1.25 H¹: X¹ ≠ X²
4.10 2.25 III. Level of Significance:
a= .05
df= n1 + n2 - 2
t-Test: Two-Sample Assuming Equal Variances =8+8-2
= 14
t .05= 2.447 t- tabular value at .05
Variable 1 Variable 2 IV: t- test for two independent samples
Mean 4.2675 1.8125 V: Decision Rule: If the computed value is greater than
VI: Conclusion: Since the t- computed value of 12.86 is
Variance 0.08145 0.2098 of significance with 14 degrees of freedom, the null hy
Observations 8 8 hypothesis. this means that there is a significant differ
Pooled Variance 0.1456357143 faculty and academic performnace of BEed students in
performed better than academic performance of BEED
Hypothesized Mean Differ 0 of the perfromance of faculty members of 4.26 is grea
df 14 performance of BEED of only 1.81
t Stat 12.8661184997
P(T<=t) one-tail 1.90228403473952E-09
t Critical one-tail 1.7613101358
P(T<=t) two-tail 3.80456806947903E-09
t Critical two-tail 2.1447866879
ence between the performance rating of faculty members and academic
nts of RSU?

ant difference between the performance rating of faculty members and


eed students of RSU.

difference between the performance rating of faculty members and


beed students of RSU.

alue at .05
nt samples
uted value is greater than or beyond the t-tabular/critical value, disconfirm Ho.
omputed value of 12.86 is greater than the t-tabular value of 2.447 at .05 level
ees of freedom, the null hypothesis is disconfirmed in favor of the research
there is a significant difference between the performance of faculty rating of
mnace of BEed students in RSU implying that the the rating of faculty members
emic performance of BEEDd students considering that the mean/average score
ty members of 4.26 is greater compared to the average score of academic
y 1.81
Looc Natiional HighI.Schoo Romblon
Is there National
a significant High School
difference between the academic performance of students in Math of LNHS
and90 ONHS? 85
II. Hypotheses:
95Ho: There is no significant 75difference between the performance academic performance of
85 in Math of LNHS and80ONHS?
students
87Ho: X¹ = X² 75
H¹: There is significant difference between the performance academic performance of
80 in Math of LNHS and85ONHS?
students
97H¹: X¹ ≠ X² 85
III. Level
95 of Significance: 82
a= .05
85df= n1 + n2 - 2 80
87 = 9 + 9 - 2 85
= 16
t-Test: Two-Sample Assumingt .05= Equal
2.120 Variances
t- tabular value at .05
IV: t- test for two independent samples
V: Decision Rule: If the1computed
Variable value 2is greater than or beyond the t-tabular/critical value,
Variable
disconfirm Ho.
Mean 89 81.333
VI: Conclusion: Since the t- computed value of 3.26 is greater than the t-tabular value of 2.120 at .
Variance 05 level of significance with 16 degrees
32.25 17.25 of freedom, the null hypothesis is disconfirmed in favor of
Observations the research hypothesis. This 9means that 9 there is a significant difference between the
performance of the LNHS and ONHS implying that the academic performance of students of LNHS
Pooled Variance performed better than ONHS 24.75
considering that the mean/average score of LNHS of 89 is greater
Hypothesized Meancompared
Diffe to the average score0 of ONHS of only 81.33
df 16
t Stat 3.2690776508
P(T<=t) one-tail 0.0024116973
t Critical one-tail 1.7458836763
P(T<=t) two-tail 0.0048233946
t Critical two-tail 2.1199052992
nts in Math of LNHS

performance of

formance of

/critical value,

r value of 2.120 at .
onfirmed in favor of
een the
of students of LNHS
S of 89 is greater
RSU Main Romblon CampusSibuyan Campus San Agustin Campus
86 85 75 73 . Is there a signific
88 80 76 75 campuses of RSU
85 81 80 70 II. Hypotheses:
Ho: There is n
Anova: Single Factor campuses of RSU
Ho: X¹ = X²
SUMMARY H¹: There is si
Groups Count Sum Average Variance campuses of RSU
Column 1 3 259 86.3333333333 2.3333
H¹: X¹ ≠ X²
Column 2 3 246 82 7
Column 3 3 231 77 7
III: Decision Rule:
Column 4 3 218 72.6666666667 6.3333
disconfirm Ho.

VI: Conclusion: S
ANOVA level of significan
Source of Variation SS df MS F P-value F crit the research hypo
Between Groups 317.666666667 3 105.888888889 18.686 0.0006 4.0662 of the education
Within Groups 45.3333333333 8 5.6666666667

Total 363 11
. Is there a significant difference among the LET results of the education graduates in differ
campuses of RSU?
II. Hypotheses:
Ho: There is no significant difference among the LET results of the education graduates
campuses of RSU.
Ho: X¹ = X²
H¹: There is significant difference among the LET results of the education graduates in d
campuses of RSU.
H¹: X¹ ≠ X²
III: Decision Rule: If the computed value is greater than or beyond the t-tabular/critical valu
disconfirm Ho.

VI: Conclusion: Since the F- Computed value of 18.68 is greater the F- tabular value of 4.07
level of significance with 3 and 8 degrees of freedom, the null hypothesis is disconfirmed in
the research hypothesis which means that there is a sigficant difference in the average of L
of the education graduates in different campuses of RSU.
on graduates in different

e education graduates in different

ucation graduates in different

t-tabular/critical value,

tabular value of 4.07 at .05


esis is disconfirmed in favor of
ce in the average of LET results
Before After
70 90 I. Is there a significant difference between the increase in the ac
Science at Libertad National High School?
75 80 II. Hypotheses:
76 80 Ho: There is no significant difference between the increase
72 82 teaching Science at Libertad National High School.
Ho: X¹ = X²
84 90 H¹: There is significant difference between the increase in t
85 95 Science at Libertad National High School.
71 80 H¹: The After results is higher than the before result.
III. Level of Significance:
80 90 a= .05
df= n-1
= 8-1
t-Test: Paired Two Sample for Means =7
t .05= 2.365
Variable 1 Variable 2 IV: Statistics: t-test for correlated samples
V: Decision Rule: If the computed value is greater than or beyon
Mean 76.625 85.875
Variance 33.696429 36.125 VI: Conclusion: The t-computed value of -5.25 is is beyond the t
Observations 8 8 freedom. the null hypothesis is therefore disconfirmed in favor o
that before result. It implies that the after teaching Science is eff
Pearson Correlation 0.6454033
Hypothesized Mean Differe 0
df 7
t Stat -5.255161
P(T<=t) one-tail 0.0005898
t Critical one-tail 1.8945786
P(T<=t) two-tail 0.0011796
t Critical two-tail 2.3646243
erence between the increase in the academic performance of the students before and after teaching
al High School?

cant difference between the increase in the academic performance of the students before and after
d National High School.

t difference between the increase in the academic performance of the students before and after teaching
al High School.
higher than the before result.

elated samples
mputed value is greater than or beyond the t-tabular/critical value, disconfirm Ho.

puted value of -5.25 is is beyond the t-critical value of 2.73 at .05 level of significance with 7 degrees of
sis is therefore disconfirmed in favor of the research hypothesis. This means that the after result is higher
es that the after teaching Science is effective
e1= 13.225 Summary
e2= 19.575 # 0 L x2 I. Problem: Is there a significant relationship between colle
e3= 12.15 1 13 13.275 0.0057 II. Hypotheses:
Ho: there are no significant differences in the academ
e4= 22.42 2 18 19.575 0.1267 H1: there are significant differences in the academic g
e5= 33.06 3 14 12.15 0.2817 III. Level of Significance:
e6= 20.52 4 25 22.42 0.2969 a= 0.05
df= (3-1)(3-1)
e7= 23.305 5 31 33.06 0.1284 = 2(2)
e8= 34.365 6 20 2052 0.0132 df= 4
x2= 13.28
e9= 21.33 7 21 23.305 0.2280 IV: Statistics: X2 Computed value= 1.54
8 38 34.365 0.3845 V: Decision: Accept Ho
9 20 21.53 0.0829 VI: There is no significant.
total 200 200 1.548
ignificant relationship between college academic graduates and high school NCAE results.

ignificant differences in the academic grade on high school NCAE.


nificant differences in the academic grade on high school NCAE.
e:

uted value= 1.54

ant.