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    Good day! I am working with a research paper regarding the significant difference between the students' evaluation and teachers' evaluation in connection with the cooperative learning in mathematics. According to the test of normality, the data are not normally distributed. I would like to ask a help from you if what test shall I use to get the result of my data. And I may add, are my data example of independent variables? Thank you and God bless!

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    Re: Significant Difference between Students' Evaluation and Teachers' Evaluation


    According to the test of normality, the data are not normally distributed.
    Normally distributed data are not necessary. In some cases, normally
    distributed residuals (prediction errors) are assumed, but if sample size
    is large (n > 30) this assumption is not necessary.

    Since this is a repeated-measures design (or "mixed design", with
    a repeated-measures factor and additional factors/covariates), you
    should in addition search for the assumptions in repeated-measures
    ANOVA.

    With kind regards

    K.

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