Use one of the following key terms to answer each of the following questions. KEY TERM BANK (separated by commas): Univariate, Multivariate, meta-analysis, F-ratio, interaction, main effect Question: This describes the effect of a single variable as if there were no other variables in the study.

Maribel Mcintyre 2022-10-26 Answered
This describes the effect of a single variable as if there were no other variables in the study.
Use one of the following key terms to answer each of the following questions.
KEY TERM BANK (separated by commas):
Univariate, Multivariate, meta-analysis, F-ratio, interaction, main effect
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Messiah Trevino
Answered 2022-10-27 Author has 18 answers
Solution:
Definition of Univariate data:
When the data contains only one variable, it is called univariate.

Key term that describes the effect of single variable:
Univariate describes the effect of a single variable as if there were no other variables in the study.

Answer:
Univariate describes the effect of a single variable as if there were no other variables in the study.
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