• Hypotheses
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    3. Hypothesis 3
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    Hypothesis:Old Mp's maintain more attendance than young MP's.

    Young Old
    Mean 75.13% 79.94
    Standard Deviation 16.93% 16.18
    Number 256 238

    TValue:3.2242
    PValue:0.0013

    As the P Value is 0.0013 this means that we can say with 0.13% confidence that the given data is randomly generated .As this percentage is quite low hence we cannot say that our hypothesis was not significant. Since the mean of the attendance of old people is more we can say that old people maintain more attendance than young people.

     

    Hypothesis:Educated MP's maintain more attendance.

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    Educated Uneducated
    Mean 78.26% 74.74%
    Standard Deviation 16.29% 18.34%
    Number 373 113

    TValue:1.8327
    PValue:0.0686

    As the P Value is 0.0686 this means that we can say with 6.86% confidence that the given data is randomly generated . As this percentage is quite high, this data is statistically insignificant and we cannot say anything about the hypothesis.

     

    Hypothesis:Female MP's are more educated than male MP's.

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    Female Male
    Mean 8.98 8.90
    Standard Deviation 3.19 3.08
    Number 60 490

    TValue:0.1822
    PValue:0.8559

    As the P Value is 0.8559 this means that we can say with 85.59% confidence that the given data is randomly generated . As this percentage is extremely high, this data is statistically insignificant and we cannot say anything about the hypothesis.
    Note:-all the different educational qualifications were given a value according to their difficulty level in order to perform this test.

     

    Hypothesis:MP's from small states tend to keep higher attendance.

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    Large State (>16 MP) Small State
    Mean 77.65% 76.56%
    Standard Deviation 15.88% 20.11%
    Number 400 94

    TValue:0.4902
    PValue:0.6248

    As the P Value is 0.6248 this means that we can say with 62.48% confidence that the given data is randomly generated . As this percentage is very high, this data is statistically insignificant and we cannot say anything about the hypothesis.

     

    Hypothesis:MPs from UPA and NDA keep higher attendance than other parties.

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    UPA/NDA Others
    Mean 78.73% 71.92%
    Standard Deviation 16.27% 17.7%
    Number 401 93

    TValue:3.388
    PValue:0.0009

    As the P Value is 0.0009 this means that we can say with only 0.09% confidence that the given data is randomly generated . As this percentage is very low hence we can say that our hypothesis was statistically quite significant. Since the mean of the attendance of MPs belonging to UPA and NDA is more we can say that these MPs maintain more attendance than MPs from other parties.

     

    Hypothesis:: MPs from northern States keep more attendance in parliament than their southern counterparts.

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    North South
    Mean 79.49% 73.13%
    Standard Deviation 16.58% 16.32%
    Number 330 162

    TValue:4.0388
    PValue:0.0001

    As the P Value is 0.0001 this means that we can say with only 0.01% confidence that the given data is randomly generated . As this percentage is extremely low hence we can say that our hypothesis was statistically very significant. Since the mean of the attendance of MPs from Northern states is more we can say that these MPs maintain more attendance than MPs from southern states.