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1. Present a quantitative research question that has to do with education (I.e., descriptive, correlational, or causal) and identify the attributes that would be measured.

2. Identify the appropriate statistical analysis test that should be applied to analyze prospective data (i.e., regression analysis, ANOVA, T-test, etc.)

Please provide good online references. Thanks!

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How do in-class math exercise scores (independent variable) relate to math quiz scores (dependent variable) for fourth grade students (participants) in SYX school (research site)?

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