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equal

[′ē·kwəl]
(mathematics)
Being the same in some sense determined by context.
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Analyzing data for each of the independent variables, we observed significant differences between boys and girls in three of the four dependent variables: time on homework the F value (1,3506) equaled 14.178 there for the p value was .000; and eta was .004]; attitudes towards homework, the F value (1,3506) equaled 41.831, there for the p value was .000 and eta was equal to .012 and self-regulation the F value (1,3506) equaled 98.260, there for the p value was .000 and eta was equal to .027.
The bonds in exhibit 4 have a 12% coupon rate, which equaled the market rate at the time they were purchased and the duration determined.
Independent samples t-test revealed significant differences between the group means, the t-values (61) equaled -6.04, -2.90, -6.05, 3.79, therefore the p-values were less than .001, .01, .001, and .001 respectively, in two-tailed tests.