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Table 1 Correlations Spearman Correlation Coefficient BWC vs Technical Errors -0.

552 p value Decision Conclusion

0.000

Ho rejected

Significant

The correlation coefficient is -0.552 which implies that there is a moderate negative relationship between BWC and Technical errors. Also, since the p value is less than 0.05 level of significance, hence Ho is rejected. This signifies that the relationship between BWC and Technical errors is significant. That is, Technical Error is related to BWC.

Table 2 Correlations Spearman Correlation Coefficient BWC vs Grammatical Errors -0.155 p value Decision Ho is not rejected Conclusion

0.283

Not Significant

The correlation coefficient is -0.155 which implies that there is a very weak negative relationship between BWC and grammatical errors. But since the p value is greater than 0.05 level of significance, hence Ho is not rejected. This signifies that the relationship between BWC and grammatical errors is not significant. That is, the Grammatical Errors is not related to BWC.

Table 3 Correlations Spearman Correlation Coefficient BWC vs Overall Errors -0.509 p value Decision Conclusion

0.000

Ho rejected

Significant

The correlation coefficient is -0.509 which implies that there is a moderate negative relationship between BWC and Overall errors. Also, since the p value is less than 0.05 level of significance, hence Ho is rejected. This signifies that the relationship between BWC and Overall errors is significant. That is, Overall Errors is related to BWC.