Christian maturity level , Engineering Mathematics

A researcher is interested in comparing the Christian maturity level of students who volunteer for community service versus those who do not. The researcher suppose that those who perform community service will have higher Christian maturity scores. The maturity scores tend to be skewed (not normally distributed). Higher scores indicate higher Christian maturity.

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a.       What statistical test should be used to examine these data? Chi square (x2) test of independence should be used to examine this data.

b. Is this a one- or two- tailed test?

c.  Recoginize H0 and Ha for this study

d.  Conduct the appropriate analysis

e.  Should H0 be rejected? What should the researcher conclude?


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