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noted that the unadjusted means were nearly equal except
for the Quiz class. Thus each unadjusted mean differed
substantially from the Quiz class mean, but upon adjustment,
adjacent means differed more uniformly.
Hypothesis 2(c).—This hypothesis stated that there is
no significant difference in attrition rate among the four
testing strategy groups: Quiz class, Homework class, Test
class, and Control class. There were 168 students who
began the four classes exposed to the different testing
strategies. As shown in Table X, the class sizes ranged
from 39 subjects in the Control class and 41 subjects in
OBSERVED FREQUENCIES FOR CLASS
the Test class, to 44 subjects in each of the Homework and
Quiz classes. Table X also displays the frequency counts
for those students who finished or dropped their Math 121
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Johnson, Charles W. (Charles Windle). The Association Between Testing Strategies and Performance in College Algebra, Attitude Towards Mathematics, and Attrition Rate, dissertation, May 1987; Denton, Texas. (digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc330880/m1/84/: accessed February 23, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, Digital Library, digital.library.unt.edu; .