The Effect of Self-Potential, Study Habits, and Numerical Abilities on The Mathematics Learning Outcomes of Junior High School Students

  • Bernard Department of Mathematics, Universitas Negeri Makassar, Indonesia (ID)
  • Ahmad Talib Department of Mathematics, Universitas Negeri Makassar, Indonesia (ID)
  • Megawati Department of Mathematics, Universitas Negeri Makassar, Indonesia (ID)
Keywords: self potential, study habits, numerical ability, mathematics learning outcomes

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Abstract

This study is a quantitative study with an ex post facto approach aimed at knowing the effect of self-potential, study habits and numerical abilities on the mathematics learning outcomes of junior high school students. The sample in this study was 78 students of SMP class VIII who were selected using simple random sampling technique. The data collection technique used in this research is the test and questionnaire method. The instruments used are self-potential questionnaires, study habits questionnaires, numerical ability tests and mathematics learning outcomes tests. The data analysis technique used was multiple linear regression analysis. The results showed that: (1) Self-potential, study habits and numerical abilities together had an effect on students' mathematics learning outcomes, (2) Self-potential had a negative but not significant effect on students' mathematics learning outcomes, (3) study habits have a significant positive effect on students' mathematics learning outcomes, (4) numeric abilities have a significant positive effect on students' mathematics learning outcomes.



Published
2022-07-20
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How to Cite
Bernard, B., Talib, A., & Megawati, M. (2022). The Effect of Self-Potential, Study Habits, and Numerical Abilities on The Mathematics Learning Outcomes of Junior High School Students. SAINSMAT: Journal of Applied Sciences, Mathematics, and Its Education, 11(2), 81-89. https://doi.org/10.35877/sainsmat195