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2.Was the assumption of Equality of Covariance Matrices violated? Explain.NO! RESULT OF THE BOX'S TEST OF EQUALITY OF COVARIANCE MATRICES INDICATED NO VIOLATION (p = .463).3.Is there a statistically significant multivariate interaction effect?YES!Identify the dependent variable(s) of this interaction effect.
4.What would be the proper follow-up tests for a statistically significant interaction effect?
5.Identify the proper post hoc analyses for any statistically significant univariate effects. Explain your answer.
6.Is there a statistically significant multivariate gender effect on the dependent variate?
7.Why would a researcher conduct a MANOVA instead of several ANOVAs?
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