Question

- Let's examine the first table.
- What are the sample sizes for the three

samples?

- Let's examine the One-way ANOVA result. First, look at the result when we assume the equal-variance assumption is met.
- What is the
*p*-value? Interpret the*p*-value, based on the definition. - What is your decision about
*H*_{0}? - Interpret your decision in b, in the context of the problem.

- Now, let's look at the result when we assume the equal-variance assumption is violated.
- What is the
*p*-value? - What is your decision about
*H*_{0}? - Interpret your decision in b, in the context of the problem.

- Let's examine the Levene's Test result.
- What is the null hypothesis to be tested in this Levene's test?
- What is the
*p*-value for this Levene's test? - What is your conclusion about the equal-variance assumption on this data?

- Conduct Tukey's procedure for pairwise comparisons.
- Attach the output table.
- What are the
*p*-values for the 3 pairwise comparisons? - What is your conclusion about the mean differences among the three social economic status groups? In your answer, reflect results from both the omnibus test and pair-wise comparisons.

How to figure this out?

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