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1 Andre Anyabena Walden University Instructor: Raymond Thron January 14, 2019

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TESTING FOR ONE-WAY ANOVA 2 For this study, we choose a study to compare three different groups with three different level of skills. We included all our descriptive statistics with our mean, our standard deviation, and of course our 95% confidence intervals for our dependent variables give us the skills level during the hiring time. We also separated each group (Beginners, Intermediate and Advanced), and finally combined all of them (Total). These figures are going to help us understand the testing of one-way ANOVA. Our objective is to show the significance statistical difference existing between the groups means, we will see this in our ANOVA table. That been said, our significance value is 0.021 (i.e., p = .021), this mean below 0.05. Conclusion, there is a significant statistical difference in the mean length of time when completing the spreadsheet problem between the different courses taken.
• Winter '19
• Diana Nasser
• Statistics, SAGE Publications, Statistical significance

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