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Practical significance refers to the relevance of the study to the question at hand. Statistical significance refers to results of a computation to determine whether a certain event is due to chance.

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Statistical significance means that you are sure that the statistic is reliable. It is very possible that whatever you conclusion or finding is, it may not be important or it not have any decision-making utility. For example, my diet program has a 1 oz weight loss per month and I can show that is statistically significant. Do you really want a diet like that? It is not practically significant

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Statistical: must have random sampling, allows you to generalize to the population from which you randomly selected. Practical: do the results hold for similar individuals? allows you to generalize to similar individuals

There are no statistical differences between the numbers of gay and straight men who are circumcised.

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conceptual; what should work. practical; what does work for a given situation at a given time

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There's no practical difference, it's just how you arrange the numbers.

A non-directional research hypothesis is a kind of hypothesis that is used in testing statistical significance. It states that there is no difference between variables.

The purpose of an analysis of variance is as a statistical means to analyze the differences between groups. It is used widely in mathematics and science as well as some marketing groups.

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Tom is more of a impractical individual and self direct in contrast to Huck whom is a practical person and down to earth.

Lewis had depression but was very smart, and Clark was practical, and was the one to negotiate with the Native Americans.

Qualitative research is exploratory research used to understand things. Quantitative research is essentially an investigation using statistical or mathematical methods to understand things.

A Co-relational statistical procedure is a technique used to know the relationship between two variables or measures the closeness of two statistical data. A statistical graph is the best representation of it.

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They are both concepts of a branch of mathematics that is called statistics.

Within group differences refers to differences within one individual group. Between group differences refers to the differences between 2 or more groups.

I think you mean irreconcilable differences. If so, irreconcilable differences are differences between spouses that are considered sufficiently severe to make married life together more or less impossible. In a number of states, irreconcilable differences is the accepted ground for a no-fault divorce. As a practical matter, courts seldom, if ever, inquire into what the differences actually are, and routinely grant a divorce as long as the party seeking the divorce says the couple has irreconcilable differences.

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