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1 CHAPTER 19 SECTION 4: NONPARAMETRIC STATISTICS MULTIPLE CHOICE 111. The Friedman test applies to which situation? a. When the problem objective is to compare two or more populations. b. The data are either ordinal or interval but not nominal. c. The data are generated from a randomized block experiment. d. All of these choices are true. ANS: D PTS: 1 REF: SECTION 19.4 112. The nonparametric counterpart of the randomized block model of the analysis of variance is the: 113. A nonparametric method to compare two or more populations, when the samples are matched pairs and the data are either ordinal or interval but not normal, is the: 114. In a Friedman test for comparing three populations, provided that there are five blocks, the test statistic is calculated as F r = 6.594. Then, the most accurate statement that can be made about the p -value is: 115. The Friedman test is always: a. one-tail with > in the alternative hypothesis. b. one-tail with < in the alternative hypothesis. c. two-tail d. None of these choices. ANS: A PTS: 1 REF: SECTION 19.4
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2 116. In a Friedman test for comparing four populations, provided that there as eight blocks, the test statistic is calculated as F r = 10.98. If the test is conducted at the 5% significance level, the conclusion and p -value will be:
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