Give full and correct answer for this questions Pooled variance is appropriately applied in which of the following scenarios? A)When comparing the mea

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Give full and correct answer for this questions Pooled variance is appropriately applied in which of the following scenarios? A)When comparing the mean of a treatment on a single group B)When comparing the mean of a treatment on two groups C)When comparing the means of three or more treatments on two groups D)When comparing the means of two treatments on three or more groups
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