Statistics Essay

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Statistics for health care research Give a statistical for health care research? Questions to be graded 1) Read Exercise 31 in Statistics for health care research: a practical workbook. 2) Complete the study questions about the reading. 3) Check your answers to the study questions. 4) Copy and paste the Exercise 31: Questions to be Graded from page 236 into a word document. a) Complete the questions on the document and place the document in the assignment drop box. Or, as an alternative, you can b) Print the page out, and complete the questions by hand (make sure your answers are legible). Scan your completed paper and place the document in the assignment drop box. 5) In order to receive full credit on calculated answers, please show your work. (Use Word\’s equation editor, etc., and/or provide a short written description as to how you obtained the final result.) 6) Submit the assignment to the instructor by the end of Module 3. Q 1. The two groups whose results are reflected in tables 2 and are: a) The prettest group and b) The post test group. The conditions of patients are compared to conditions after administering treatment. The group is subjected to health promotion programs. The differences before and after treatment is compared in order to assess the impact on subjects of study. Q 2. The t= 4.14 for total risk score in table 2 represents the greatest relative differences between the prettest and 3 months results. This t – value have got an asterisk (*) next to it in table 2, making it statistically significant. This asterisk in meant to direct the reader to the footnotes where the asterisk is said to represent p<0.05 which is the least acceptable value for statistical significance. Q 3. The t= 1.03 for health responsibility in table number 3 represents the smallest relative difference between pretest and 3

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