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Unformatted text preview: I J G A L O A L O A L O Chapter 10: Analysis of Variance A L O A L O 1. What general form does the alternative hypothesis take in Analysis of Variance? A L O 2. If you reject the null hypothesis in Analysis of Variance, what can you conclude (without running any additional post hoc testing)? 3." M&%&( &\$( ;*1&1;%+ 2%+9( -, between-groups variability and within-groups ,-* %) %+4\$% In L Distinguish between C ,-* % -)(67%3 8(&7(()6098:(;& %)%+3010 -, 2%*1%);( variability. research design, what contributes to each? +(2(+ -, "EL 9)/(* (%;\$ -, &\$( ,-++-71)' ;-)/1&1-)0K I" % N AD ) N O J" % N FD ) N L G" % N AD ) N of a. Number !E groups = 3; number of scores per group = 7 @" % N LD ) N P 4. Determine the critical value for alpha = .05 and each of the following conditions: b. Number of groups = 4; number of scores per group = 5 5. 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This is all that is necessary to reject the null hypothesis (that all population means are equal). In other words, at B&'(" C ,)+.1D /),.)8.*.+# ,3-D =.** )00,1)7( %&EE 8"+=""- +(" (#01+("2.2 .2 +,3"& '(" C ,)+.1D >&?"+=""-@;,1301/", +(" *1-;differ. least two population means 71-7",-2 +(" :.<<","-7"2 =("- +(" -3** 4")- 271,"2 .- +(" /),.132 1/", +(" *1-; ,3-D =.** 8" ;,")+", +()- %&EE 71-7",-2 +(" (#01+("2.2 .2 -1+ +,3"& ;,1302 3-:", 2+3:#& A.+(.-@;,130 /),.)8.*.+# =("- +(" -3**/),.)8.*.+# 1< 271,"2 =.+(.- ")7( 1< +(" 2.;,1302& Rejecting the null hypothesis tells you simply that at least two groups come from different populations, 1< +(" 234to a statistically signiﬁcant degree. This process does not specify how F&'(" /)*3" or, differ 1< 253),"2 =.+(.- 432+ 8" E 8"7)32" )** 271,"2 =.+(.- ) ;./"- ;,130 )," +(" many groups differ, nor which speciﬁc groups differ. 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