An analysis of variance produces SS_(total)=40 and SS_(within)=10. For rhis analysis, what is SS_(between)? a) 30 b) 400 c) Cannot be determined grom the information given d) 50

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asked 2020-10-26
An analysis of variance produces \(\displaystyle{S}{S}_{{\to{t}{a}{l}}}={40}\) and \(\displaystyle{S}{S}_{{{w}{i}{t}{h}\in}}={10}\). For rhis analysis, what is \(\displaystyle{S}{S}_{{{b}{e}{t}{w}{e}{e}{n}}}\)?
a) 30
b) 400
c) Cannot be determined grom the information given
d) 50

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2020-10-27
\(\displaystyle{S}{S}_{{{b}{e}{t}{w}{e}{e}{n}}}={S}{S}_{{\to{t}{a}{l}}}-{S}{S}_{{{w}{i}{t}{h}\in}}\)
\(\displaystyle{S}{S}_{{{b}{e}{t}{w}{e}{e}{n}}}={40}-{10}\)
\(\displaystyle{S}{S}_{{{b}{e}{t}{w}{e}{e}{n}}}={30}\)
Answer: A
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