The role of being “Family historian”

 

 

1. What percentage of grandparents thought the role of being “Family historian” was important?

2. The smallest percentage of grandparents regarded which role as important?

3. Based on the information in Table 2, how many null hypotheses should be rejected?

4. Is the difference between parents and grandparents on the importance of the role of a friend statistically significant? If yes, at what probability level?

5. Is the difference between parents and grandparents on the importance of the role of a “Playmate” statistically significant? If yes, at what probability level?

 

6. Should the null hypothesis for the difference between parents and grandparents on the importance of the role of a “Teacher” be rejected? Explain.

 

7. The difference between parents and grandparents is more highly significant for which one of the following roles? (Circle one or more)
A. Friend
B. Family historian
C. Religious guide

8. The difference between parents and grandparents is more highly significant for which one of the following roles? (Circle one or more)
A. Playmate
B. Family historian
C. Role model

 

 

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