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Descriptive analysis of dependent variables

Descriptive analysis of dependent variables

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International Journal of Health, Physical Education and Computer Science in sports ISSN 2231-3265 (On-line and Print) ISRA Journal Impact factor is 6.997. Journal published Quarterly for the months of March, June, September and December. IJHPECSS is refereed Journal. Index Journal of Directory of Research Journal Indexing, J-Gate, 120R etc. Interna...

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... analysis aimed to test the normal distribution of the variables and homogeneity of variance between groups before conducting inferential analyses. Then, inferential analysis of the data including paired and independent samples t-test was conducted to answer the research questions of this study [ Table 1]. ...
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... was used to apply formulas statistical by calculating: Average, standard deviation, and correlation. Table 1 list the variables (mean ± SD) describing 11 anthropometric variables, five body composition variables and lifting performance (Snatch and Clean and Jerk) of subjects. Table 2 list the variables (mean ± SD) describing somatotype variables of subjects. ...
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... shown in Table 1, the obtained pre-test means on speed on SAQ Training group was 7.04, isolated own body resistance training group was 7.01, and control group was 7.00. The obtained pre-test F value was 0.11 and the required table F value was 3.16, which proved that there was no significant difference among initial scores of the subjects. ...
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... shown in Table 1, the obtained pre-test means on Agility on SAQ Training group was 9.73, Isolated Own Body Resistance Training group was 9.71, and control group was 9.92. The obtained pre-test F value was 1.52 and the required table F value was 3.16, which proved that there was no significant difference among initial scores of the subjects. ...
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... the questionnaire was transferred to Google s to send to the sample, conducting the official interview. Table 1]. ...
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... total of 185 primary grade pupil respondents were assessed, based on the analysis and interpretation of data gathered regarding of the profile, level of physical literacy, and effects of age and sex on physical literacy movements skill, (a) walking, (b) running, and (c) jumping. Table 1 shows the profile of the respondents includes age, sex, and grade level. The table shows the range of the ages of the respondents is from 6 to 9 years old by which 17% is 6 years old, 26% is 7 years old, 37% is 8 years old, and 20% of it is 9 years old. ...
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... findings of the research on the investigated psychological variables are presented in Tables 1 and 2 and their analysis and interpretation follows them along with their discussion. ...
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... is evident from Table 1 that mean value of self-confidence level of boxers and judokas came out to be 24.30 and 27.96 and the mean difference is 3.66 which indicates that boxers and judokas differ highly from each other on the variable self-confidence. ...
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... findings of the research on the investigated psychological variable are presented in Tables 1 and 2 and their analysis and interpretation follow them along with their discussion. ...
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... is evident from Table 1 that the mean value of cognitive ability (systematic score) level of quarter final looser and final winner female intercollegiate hockey players is 74.17 and 66.64, respectively. The mean difference is 7.53. ...
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... Vitamin D deficiency is gradually increasing in rural masses; this is of serious concern. The prevalence of Vitamin D in Indian population observed in on-going very large study indicates the serious ness of the situation [ Table 1]. ...
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... achieve the purpose of the study 40 retired sportspersons who have previously represented Karnataka state in various sports and games in male (n = 20) and female (n = 20) category were selected. The details are given in Table 1. ...
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... and post-test were conducted for 12 min cooper test to assess the aerobic fitness of both the groups. Table 1 showing the statistical analysis of effect of Fartlek training on B.Ped students in pre-and post-test in 12 min cooper test. ...
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... Table 1, the mean values of basketball players in standing broad jump are 2.29 and football players are 2.25. The Standard Deviation on basketball players is 0.156 and football players is 0.158 and t is 3.54 and P = 0.001. ...
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... majority of sports injuries are soft-tissue in nature and because many of injuries arise in football is due to improper body mechanics and improper sport techniques [Tables 1-4]. ...
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... level of significance was 0.05. Table 1 depicts analysis of covariance for the HDL cholesterol of the subjects on the experimental variable selected. The table indicates that there is significant effect through the selected experimental variable, that is, aerobic, interval, and strength-based training for the selected experimental period. ...
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... and post-test were conducted on pull ups to the experimental group and controlled group. Table 1 shows the mean score of pre-test and post-test in the control group and experimental group of B.Ped students of KVM College of Physical Education in the pull ups test this finding was analyzed using paired "t" test inferential statistics to find out whether there is a significant difference between the mean score of the pre-test and post-test of shoulder strength within the control group and experimental group. ...