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Need help with my writing homework on Read all about it. Write a 1000 word paper answering; Alternative Hypothesis: There is a significant difference in the length of words found in newspapers and magazines. The mean length of words in newspapers is statistically greater compared to the mean length of words in magazines.

The mean length of words for the magazine is 4.65, with a standard deviation of 2.32. The median is 4.00, and the most frequently occurring word length is also 4.00. The range is 11.00, with the shortest word having one character, and the longest with 12. There are a total of 100 entries for this sample.

The cumulative percentage distribution for magazine word length shows that more than half of the words (59%) found in a magazine are shorter than 4 characters. 90% are shorter than 9 characters while almost all at 99% are not more than 11 characters in length.

On the other hand, the average length of words in a newspaper is 4.57, with a standard deviation of 2.50. The median is 4.0 and the most frequently occurring word length is 3.0. The shortest word has only 1 character and the longest has 11 characters. There are also a total of 100 words for the newspaper sample.

The cumulative percentage distribution for newspaper word length shows that more than half of the words (59%) found in a magazine are shorter than 4 characters. Almost 90% (89%) are shorter than 8 characters while almost all at 98% are not more than 10 characters.

The results show that there is no significant difference in the mean length of words in a newspaper versus those found in a magazine. Thus, the null hypothesis is not rejected. Suresh has empirically shown that words in either print media are no longer than those found in the other.

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