# Out of 5 points what is the critical cutoff for f at

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Question 125 out of 5 pointsWhat is the critical cutoff for F at a p level of 0.05 if the following degrees of freedomwere calculated for a one-way within-groups ANOVA: dfbetween = 4, dfsubjects = 4, dftotal = 24, dfwithin = 16?Selected Answer:3.01Answers:2.786.394.773.01
Question 135 out of 5 pointsAccording to Cohen's conventions, an effect size of 0.019 for a one-way within-groups ANOVA is considered to be:
Question 145 out of 5 pointsMSwithin is obtained by dividing _____ by _____.
Question 150 out of 5 pointsPet preference was compared for four different types of animals (dogs, cats, birds, and fish), using a one-way within-groups ANOVA with seven participants. The
standard error was calculated as 0.21. What is the Tukey HSD value when comparingdata for dogs and birds given the following means for preference: Dogs M = 4.43, Cats M = 4.18, Birds M = 2.73, Fish M = 4.07?
Question 165 out of 5 pointsIn addition to hypothesis testing, effect size calculations are recommended as a way to assess:Selected Answer:whether the significant differences found are large enough to matter.Answers:the power of the statistical analysis.the number of subjects needed to correctly reject the null hypothesis.whether significant differences exist among groups.whether the significant differences found are large enough to matter.
Question 170 out of 5 pointsPet preference was compared for four different types of animals (dogs, cats, birds, and fish) using a one-way within-groups ANOVA with seven participants. The standard error was calculated as 0.21. A significant F test indicates that there are differences between the groups. Which post hoc tests is the researcher most interested in performing given these group means: Dogs M = 4.43, Cats M = 4.18, Birds M = 2.73, Fish M = 4.07?
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