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Tammy Todd 2021-02-11 Answered
Miutiple answers may be possible (partial credit added for correct answers, pala credit deducted for incorect answers: You can't get a negative overall score for this question):
Which ofthe following are similarities of -tests and ANOVA?
B They assume homogeneity of variances.
A) They assume the Homegeneity of variances.
B) They compare the same number of group.
C) They make inferences about the relationship between two quantitative variables
D) They compare the between to the within group variation.
E) They assume normality within groups
F) They make inferences about population means
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A) They assume the Homegeneity of variances. (Yes)
B) They compare the same number of group. (No)
Reason - The t-test compares two groups, and ANOVA compares more than two groups.
C) They make inferences about the relationship between two quantitative variables (No)
Reason - They compare to check the differences between the means
D) They compare the between to the within group variation. (Yes)
E) They assume normality within groups (Yes)
F) They make inferences about population means (Yes)
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