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Unformatted text preview: approaches different? Test this with 5 steps at α = 0.05 . Do Hartley's
F test for the Homogeneity of Variance (using the 5 steps) and draw a graph, fully filled out. Do
one-factor ANOVA test and compute the p-value. Draw the graph and show where α and the p-value
are and fill out everything. Do the Tukey-Kramer comparisons if appropriate, and use the proper
Attach ALSO the Excel output when you turn in your homework. PUT YOUR NAME IN CELL
A1 OF YOUR EXCEL PAGE AND YOUR CLASS ID IN CELL A2.
1. [GIVEN: Hartley's CV=6.94 and df1=3, df2=7 just for Hartley's (but you don't need the df1 nor df2)],
Tukey-Kramer: (A vs B) cv=0.687, (A vs C) cv=0.708, (B vs C) cv=0.708....
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This note was uploaded on 04/08/2011 for the course FINANCE 301 taught by Professor Jimmokim during the Spring '11 term at Rutgers.
- Spring '11