2016, Vol. 1, Issue 5, Part A
Gendering trigonometric conceptsAuthor(s):
Zameer Ashraf and Dr. Chitra SinghAbstract:
The study was undertaken to explore the trigonometric concepts among male and female students. 400 respondents were selected with due representation of gender. All respondents were selected from 10th
standard. Whole data was selected by using Random Sampling Technique (RST). The trigonometric concept scale developed by Jasdeep, K, S and Pooja, A. (2016) was used for data collection. The data was subjected to statistical treatment by using Frequency Distribution, Percentage, Mean, S. D and independent ‘t’ test. The results revealed that there exists significant differences between male and female respondents on conceptualisation of trigonometry (P
<0.01). Male respondents were reported with high level of the trigonometric inclination as compared to female respondents.Pages: 01-05 | Views: 424 | Downloads: 11Download Full Article: Click Here
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Zameer Ashraf, Dr. Chitra Singh. Gendering trigonometric concepts. Int J Stat Appl Math 2016;1(5):01-05.