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1. What is the title of the research? * Academic Grades, Regional Achievement Test Results and Least Learned Skills of Grade V Mathematics Pupils: Basis for Enrichment Program 2. What are the variables used in the research? If there are two or more variables used, classify each variable as independent, dependent, intervening, or moderating variable. * The age, area of specialization and years of teaching experience of the Math teachers are independent variables. * The age and gender of the Grade V pupils are also independent variables. * The least learned skills in Math V is a moderating variable * The results in the Regional Achievement test is the dependent variable * The grades in Math of the Grade V pupils is also a dependent variable 3. Write all the research questions. For each question, a. Identify what kind of data (qualitative or quantitative) is asked from the respondents b. Identify the kind of statistical treatment/s (descriptive or inferential) used, if the question is quantitative in nature.
b.1 If descriptive, what specific statistical tool was used?
b.2 If inferential, what specific statistical tool was used? * What is the profile of the Mathematics teacher (s) in terms of: a. Age a. 1(QUANTITATIVE) i. Descriptive (ranging) b. Area of specialization(QUALITATIVE) c. Number of years of teaching experience b. (QUANTITATIVE) ii. Descriptive (ranging) * What is the profile of the Grade V pupils in terms of: a. Age a. (QUANTITATIVE) i. Descriptive (ranging) b. Gender (QUALITATIVE) c. Grade in Math a. (QUANTITATIVE) ii. Mean * What is the...

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