The probability distribution used when making inferences about a single population variance is ? The probability distribution used when comparing two population variance is ? The F test for comparing two population variances is known to be sensitive to the assumption of ?

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The probability distribution used when making inferences about a single population variance is ?
The probability distribution used when comparing two population variance is ?
The F test for comparing two population variances is known to be sensitive to the assumption of ?
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The probability distribution used when making inferences about a single population variance is X2 distribution
1)a chi-square (or X2) distribution
The probability distribution used when comparing two population variance is we the F-distribution
2)F-distrib
The F test for comparing two population variances is known to be sensitive to the assumption of normal population
3)normal population
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