Question

A sample of 54 students participate in a reading intervention and their average spring reading comprehension score was 78. A teacher conducts a one-tailed significance test and compares this score to the average score of all 5th graders from last year, which was 74. The p-value was found to be 0.02. What is the most appropriate conclusion?

A. conclude that the intervention is not effective

b. conclude that the sample of 54 students improved their reading skills

c. Conclude that students in the intervention program have a significantly higher scores in reading comprehension than 5th grade students in the school last year

Answer #1

From the given information,

As P-value is very low, Hence we can conclude that reject the null hypothesis and an appropriate conclusion will be as follow,

c. Conclude that students in the intervention program have a significantly higher scores in reading comprehension than 5th grade students in the school last year.

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