ANOVA-Randomized Block - ANOVA SINGLE FACTOR RANDOMIZED...

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ANOVA SINGLE FACTOR RANDOMIZED BLOCK or TWO FACTOR WITHOUT REPLICATION Situation: Sampling From 3 or more Populations Based on a Single Factor There IS a link between the k-th observation from Population 1 and the k-th observation of Population 2, or 3, etc. (all on same date, all have same attributes, etc.) There is one observation from each block Example: Can we conclude that the delivery mode of a course affects the scores on a final exam? Students are selected based on math SAT score. The Statistical F - test: H 0 : μ L = μ T = μ V = μ I H 1 : At least one of these μ j 's does not equal the others Blocked by SAT Score Without Replication because there is only one for each teaching mode from each block From each teaching mode
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ANOVA-Randomized Block - ANOVA SINGLE FACTOR RANDOMIZED...

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