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This activity contains 15 questions.

Question 1.
The formula for the total variation is given by:

 
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Question 2.

The sum of the squared differences between the sample mean of each group ch10-02a.gif and the overall mean ch10-02b.gif, weighted by the sample size ch10-02c.gif in each group is called the
 
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Question 3.
Each of the following are mean square terms except:

 
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Question 4.
The critical range for the Tukey-Kramer procedure is obtained from:

 
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Question 5.
Which of the ANOVA assumptions states that the values in each sampled group are drawn from normally distributed populations?

 
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Question 6.
The heterogeneous sets of items or individuals that have been matched on one or more variables are called __________.

 
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Question 7.
The equation for estimated relative efficiency, ch10-07a.gif, is:

 
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Question 8.
The __________ rank test is most often used to test whether c independent sample groups have been drawn from populations possessing equal medians.

 
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Question 9.
The null hypothesis should be rejected if:

 
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Question 10.
"Within group" variation is considered experimental error, whereas "among group" variation is attributable to:

 
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Question 11.
Select the assumption below that is not part of the Kruskal-Wallis test.

 
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Question 12.

The data tabulated below shows the number of miles driven per gallon for four different types of gasoline. The cars, speed, and terrain for each experiment were the same.

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Calculate the value of SST.
 
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Question 13.

The data tabulated below shows the number of miles driven per gallon for four different types of gasoline. The cars, speed, and terrain for each experiment were the same.

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Determine the value of MSA.
 
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Question 14.
The data tabulated below shows the number of hours that it takes three editors to read and edit an article for a scientific journal.

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Determine the value of MSW.

 
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Question 15.
The data tabulated below shows the number of hours that it takes three editors to read and edit an article for a scientific journal.

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Find the value of F.

 
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