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Research Paper | Mathematics | Philippines | Volume 9 Issue 5, May 2020
Effectiveness of Math Apps in Improving the Performance of the Grade 11 Students in Probability and Statistics
Jhena B. Cantonjos, Aldin D. Labo
Abstract: This study determined the effectiveness of math apps in improving the performance of the grade 11 students in probability and statistics at Bagahanglad National High School, San Jacinto District in the Division of Masbate-Province, school year 2019-2020. The descriptive method of research would utilize in this study. The respondents were 50 Grade 11 students who were currently taking probability and statistics subject. The study used quantitative method to describe the performance level of the grade 11 learners in Probability and Statistics subject along the four identified topics and evaluate the Math Apps being used the Data analysis, and a qualitative method was used to know the effectiveness of the Math Apps in improving the performance of Grade 11 in Probability and Statistics subject. Data were gathered through test administration and interview. A researcher-made test questions and interview schedule were utilized as the main instruments of the study. The data were tabulated, checked, analysed and interpreted using frequency count, mean, interview, and t-test. The findings of the study revealed that the Performance Level results in Pre-test of the control and experimental group along the four identified topics belongs to below 75 and interpreted as low performance while the Performance Level results in post-test of the control are almost belongs to below 75 and experimental group where almost bracket 85-89 and interpreted as very satisfactory. Math Apps is very effective in improving the performance of the students in Probability and Statistics subject. It also revealed that it helped them to compute the mathematics problem easier and faster, and clearly understand the concepts. It also helped them to enhance their knowledge and skill in Probability and Statistics subject. The computed t-test for Control group was 5.685 which were greater than the critical value of 1.795. The computed t-test for experimental group was 9.493 which were greater than the critica
Keywords: Math Apps
Edition: Volume 9 Issue 5, May 2020,
Pages: 1639 - 1643
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Jhena B. Cantonjos, Aldin D. Labo, "Effectiveness of Math Apps in Improving the Performance of the Grade 11 Students in Probability and Statistics", International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR), https://www.ijsr.net/get_abstract.php?paper_id=SR20524102227, Volume 9 Issue 5, May 2020, 1639 - 1643
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