Steps: 1. Pose a research question and develop research hypothesis on the topic of online learning. 2. Develop at

Steps: 1. Pose a research question and develop research hypothesis on the topic of online learning. 2. Develop at 10 variables (including response categories) that you think will help answer your research question and will allow you to test your hypothesis. Make sure at least 3 of your variables are interval-ratio, 3 variables are ordinal, and 3 variables are nominal. 3. Using the excel template attached, list your variables under Variable View sheet. Provide the following information for each of your 10 variables: variable name, variable label/ brief descriiption, response options level of measurement Remember the difference between types of hypotheses: Null hypothesis: There is no relationship between age and income. Research hypothesis: There is a relationship between age and income. Directional research hypothesis: The higher someone’s age the higher their income.
** you must submit 10 variables with name, descriiptions, response options, and level of measurements on a spreadsheet do not complete the data portion **

example of research and hypothesis :
Research question and hypothesis need to be simplified. Note hypothesis a statement about the relationship between two variables.

Research question: Is there a relationship between timely feedback and students’ performances?

Research Hypothesis: There is a relationship between timely feedback and students’ grades in online education.

I am attaching a sample of what the variable spreadsheet is supposed to look like as well as some other helpful information

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