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If you have two groups to compare, and you have categorical data, you should use the __________ statistic.
Save Question 32 What statistical test would tell if there were a significant difference in the effects attributed to three or more levels of an independent variable?
Question 33 If you have three or more levels of a (measurement scale) independent variable to compare, the __________ statistic can be used.
Save Question 34 Comparing the gas mileage of six Lincoln Continentals and six hybrid electric cars in a statistical comparison calls for a Question 34 options: two tailed test (you are uncertain of the predicted direction of the outcome) one tailed test (you should be able to predict the direction of the outcome)
Save Question 35 If alpha is .05:

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