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Two different methods of teaching number division in two respective samples of elementary school students were compared using a test of division ability, which was administered at the end of the study. In addition, the children were also measured at the beginning of the study on an intelligence test yielding an intelligence score. You want to know if there are differences between the two methods using the data that you have collected.

ANCOVA

One between-subjects variable and one within-subjects variable repeated-measures design

Multile Regression

One within-subjects repeated-measures design

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Two different methods of teaching number division in two respective samples of elementary school students were compared using a test of division ability, which was administered at the end of the study. In addition, the children were also measured at the beginning of the study on an intelligence test yielding an intelligence score. You want to know if there are differences between the two methods using the data that you have collected.

Answer :- One between-subjects variable and one within-subjects variable repeated-measures design

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