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Test of homogeneity of variances

Test of homogeneity of variances

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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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... tests whether the variances of two samples are approximately equal, so it tests our assumption of homogeneity of variance. As it is shown in Table 3, the groups' variances are not significantly different, so equal variances are assumed, and in this case, the probability is even >0.01. The assumption of homogeneity of variance has been met for both groups at pre-test. ...
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... showed that the clean and jerk and snatch records significantly correlated (P < 0.05) with thumb length (r = 0.880 and r = 0.845), shoulder width (r = 0.866 and r = 0.825), hip width (r = 0.869 and r = 0.900), and chest circumference (r = 0.825 and r = 0.873). The results also revealed that the clean and jerk records and snatch records significantly correlated with fat-free mass (r = 0.840, and r = 0.374; P < 0.05) as well as MM (r = 0.871 and r = 0.838; P < 0.05) [ Tables 3 and 4]. ...
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... 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. Table 3]. ...
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... of coaches should, therefore, be a practice in universities and items pertaining to social emotional competency apart from coaching competency should be regarded. Table 3 shows the summary and decisions on the hypotheses testing results on the Coaching Competency, Commitment, and Social Emotional Competency to Sports Coaching Performance. ...
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... addition, there was a significant negative correlation between the number of inappropriate practice trials and achievement for low skilled students, but not for medium and high skilled students, Silverman and Mercier (2015). Table 3 shows the significant effects of age and sex on the physical literacy of the primary grade pupils in terms of walking. There is not enough evidence that the physical literacy of the primary grade pupils depends on their sex since the Chisquare test is 0.521 with P = 0.471 which is greater than its alpha level of 0.05 which implies to accept the null hypothesis and to conclude that there is no significant effect but otherwise, age shows enough evidence that the physical literacy of the primary grade pupils depends on it in walking. ...
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... present data were subjected percent analysis and matched against available norms. The results on BMI are provided in Table 3. ...
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... Table 3, it is clear that the retired sports persons in men section belong to various categories deviating from "Normal" (30%). It is observed that 5% are underweight; 55% are overweight; and 10% are severely obese. ...
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... Scheffe's post hoc individual comparison test for the individual groups is presented in Table 3. The individual comparisons through the Scheffe's post hoc test elicited that the ABTG group has brought out significant improvement in the HDL cholesterol of the subjects when compared to the other two experimental protocols of exercise. ...