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Unformatted text preview: anova a b c mean 32 44 29 var 10 7 9 num 10 10 10 Test the hypothesis that means for a, b and c are equal. Use a 5% significance level and the following data: anova a b c mean 16 13 19 var 121 68 38 num 20 20 20 Test the hypothesis that means for a, b and c are equal. Use a 5% significance level and the following data: anova a b c mean 26 24 28 var 16 36 25 num 10 10 10 Test the hypothesis that means for a, b and c are equal. Use a 5% significance level and the following data: anova a b c mean 4 8 6 var 90 36 39 num 25 25 25...
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This note was uploaded on 11/06/2010 for the course STATS 220:231 taught by Professor Vanderhoff during the Spring '10 term at Rutgers.
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