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The purpose of this research is to examine the differences, if any between church attendants. Attending church is a common activity in many communities and it is important to see if there are significantly correlated results in actively participating
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  Coburn Final Data Analysis Report 1 Running head: Coburn Final Data Analysis Report Final Data Analysis Report Kelvin D. Coburn OL 307 Data Analysis Goal 117 Greenville College- Springfield Cohort July 28, 2009  Coburn Final Data Analysis Report 2  Introduction The purpose of this research is to examine the differences, if any between church attendants. Attending church is a common activity in many communities and it is important to see if there are significantly correlated results in actively participating in church services. This research study will observe significant variables by using univariate analysis methods to reveal the percentages of the participants involved in the questionnaire. An analysis of the variables will be conducted by using the bivariate method to examine relationships, differences and correlations among the selected responses. The correlation test, t test, one-way ANOVA, and chi-square test will all be used for this examination and demonstration. The outcome of these test will expose weather the devised hypotheses are statistically significant or not statistically significant which will lead to it being rejected or not rejected. A summary of the data analysis will be presented at the closing stages of this report. Univariate Findings  Description of Sample Thirty randomly selected church attendants in the Central Illinois area were given a questionnaire and asked to fill it out and participate in this sample group. The charts will show that the participants consisted of 63.3% female and 36.3% were male respondents. Other variable characteristics in the charts reflect the percentages of the participants’ income, martial status,  bible study attendance frequency and race.  Coburn Final Data Analysis Report 3  Coburn Final Data Analysis Report 4  Coburn Final Data Analysis Report 5
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