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Economics and Quantitative Analysis- Report

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Economics and Quantitative Analysis- Report

   Added on 2020-02-05

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Table of ContentsPurpose...................................................................................................................................3Background............................................................................................................................3Method...................................................................................................................................3Results....................................................................................................................................3Discussion..............................................................................................................................5Recommendations..................................................................................................................7REFERENCES...........................................................................................................................8
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Purpose Now a day, high level of advancements takes place in the educational sector. Hencetraditional method of learning is replaced by online learning institutions to the significantlevel (Topper and Lancaster, 2016). In this, aim of the present study is evaluate the extent towhich variables such as retention and graduation are associated with each other. On the basisof such aim, following objectives has been framed by scholar is as under:To assess the trend of online learning institutions. To determine the impact of retention rate on graduation rate.Background In the present times, online universities are growing with the very high pace. Therationale behind this, online colleges offer high level of convenience to the students incomparison to the traditional or conventional way of learning. Online colleges offeropportunity to the students to accomplish their study without following any strict time table.This in turn helps individual in fulfilling the commitments of both family and work. Inaddition to this, online courses are highly economical as compared to traditional methods.Thus, financial downturn and low income is the major factor which has generated theinterested level of students toward online course curriculum (Permzadian and Credé, 2016).The present report is based on the survey which has been conducted by scholar on the sampleof 29 colleges related to US. In this, report will describe the extent to which both thevariables such as retention and graduation rate are highly related each other.Method In the present report, quantitative tools and techniques have been employed byscholars to determine suitable outcome from data gathered through 29 colleges of US. Bythis, researcher has assessed the extent to which graduation and retention rate of onlinecolleges are highly associated with each other (Ridah and et.al., 2016). To determine thesuitable solution of research issue descriptive statistics and regression tool has been appliedby researcher. Through this, researcher has assessed the level to which graduation rate ishighly dependent on retention rate. Further, Pearson co-efficient correlation has also beenassessed by researcher to determine relationship which takes place between two variables.Results
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