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# Is there any difference between a Factorial ANOVA and a One-Way ANOVA? Yes, a Factorial ANOVA...

Is there any difference between a Factorial ANOVA and a One-Way ANOVA?

Yes, a Factorial ANOVA has 2+ IVs, whereas a One-Way ANOVA has only 1 IV.

Yes, the main purpose of a Factorial ANOVA is to test if two or more groups are significantly different from each other, whereas a One-Way ANOVA compares means across two or more independent variables.

No, both tests are the same.

Yes, Factorial ANOVA results in the calculation of three F ratios, whereas two F ratios should be calculated in One-Way ANOVA.

Main difference between the Factorial ANOVA and a one way ANOVA is that the one way ANOVA deals only with single independent variables whereas the Factorial ANOVA deals with two or more independent variables

therefore, option A is correct

option B is incorrect because it states that one way ANOVA deals with more than two independent variable

option C is incorrect because these two are not same

option D is incorrect because one way has only one F ratio