Question

A college dean is interested in the quiz performance of students
in a English course. After the final exam, students are randomly
selected from three different sections of the English course. What
can be conclude with an α of 0.01? The data are below.

section 1 |
section 2 |
section 3 |

84 68 74 65 41 82 64 77 40 78 69 |
90 82 82 77 75 82 81 91 70 90 82 |
94 81 87 82 72 77 81 87 67 86 77 |

**a)** What is the appropriate test statistic?

---Select--- na one-way ANOVA within-subjects ANOVA two-way
ANOVA

**b)** Obtain/compute the appropriate values to make a
decision about *H*_{0}.

critical value = ; test statistic =

Decision: ---Select--- Reject H0 Fail to reject H0

**c)** Compute the corresponding effect size(s) and
indicate magnitude(s).

η^{2} = ; ---Select--- na trivial
effect small effect medium effect large effect

**d)** Make an interpretation based on the
results.

At least on section differs on the final exam.None of the sections differ on the final exam.

**e)** Regardless of the *H*_{0}
decision in **b)**, conduct Tukey's post hoc test for
the following comparisons:

2 vs. 3: difference = ;
significant: ---Select--- Yes No

1 vs. 2: difference = ;
significant: ---Select--- Yes No

**f)** Regardless of the *H*_{0}
decision in **b)**, conduct Scheffe's post hoc test
for the following comparisons:

1 vs. 2: test statistic = ;
significant: ---Select--- Yes No

2 vs. 3: test statistic = ;
significant: ---Select--- Yes No

Answer #1

A college dean is interested in the performance of students in a
English course. After the final, students are randomly selected
from three different sections of the English course. What can be
conclude with an α of 0.01? The data are below.
section 1
section 2
section 3
84
68
74
65
90
75
64
77
40
78
69
90
82
82
77
75
82
81
91
70
90
82
94
81
87
82
72
77
81
87
67
86...

A college dean is interested in the performance of students in a
English course. After the final grade, students are randomly
selected from three different sections of the English course. What
can be conclude with an α of 0.01? The data are below.
section 1
section 2
section 3
84
68
74
65
90
75
64
77
40
78
69
90
82
82
77
75
82
81
91
70
90
82
94
81
87
82
72
77
81
87
67...

A college dean is interested in the exam performance of students
in a biology course. After the final exam, students are randomly
selected from three different section of the biology course. What
can be conclude with α = 0.05? The data are below.
section 1
section 2
section 3
84
68
81
65
41
75
64
77
40
78
69
90
82
82
77
75
82
81
91
70
90
82
94
81
87
82
72
77
81
87
67...

Application Exercise:
A team of comparative psychologists are interested in the maternal
behavior or rats. In an experiment, 5, 20, and 30 day-old rat pups
were separated from their mothers. They then recorded the time (in
seconds) required for the mother rats to retrieve the pups. The
psychologists were interest in whether retrieval time varies with
age. The data are given below. What can be concluded with
α = 0.05?
5 Days Old
20 Days Old
30 Days Old
16...

Answer the within-subjects ANOVA questions using the data below.
Use α = 0.05.
1
2
3
4
53
49
47
48
51
34
44
44
39
36
34
39
30
41
46
42
39
47
36
34
47
37
35
30
27
33
28
31
a) Compute the preliminary statistics below.
SSBG = ; dfBG =
SSBS = ; dfBS =
SSE = ; dfE =
SST = ; dfT =
b) Compute the appropriate test statistic(s) to
make a decision about H0.
critical...

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service. To check if this is an issue, the supervisor randomly
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returns associated with each clerk for a month. What can the
supervisor conclude with α = 0.01?
A
B
C
8
10
7
9
11
12
14
10
8
7
7
10
b) Obtain/compute the appropriate values to make a...

Answer the one-way ANOVA questions using the data below. Use
α = 0.01.
1
2
3
4
53
49
47
45
51
34
44
44
25
36
34
39
30
12
46
42
49
37
36
34
47
25
37
30
27
33
28
31
a. Compute the preliminary statistics below.
SSBG = ________ ; dfBG = _________
SSWG = ________ ; dfWG = ________
SST = ___________ ; dfT = _________
b. Compute the appropriate test statistic(s) to make...

Application Exercise:
Researchers gave a family planning survey was given to the head(s)
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community has a great, some, or no need of family planning
counseling. In addition, they were asked to indicate how many
children are in the household. Researchers want to know if the
number of children in the household is impacted by family planning
counseling. What can...

A sample of soy bean plots were divided into three equal groups
in a completely randomized design, and each group received a
different formulation of a selective weed killer (wk). The
researchers measured the area of crop damage inflicted by each
formulation. The aim is to choose the weed killer formulation that
inflicts the least amount of crop damage. What can the researchers
conclude with an α of 0.01?
wk 1
wk 2
wk 3
11
10
13
10
15...

Application Exercise:
A team of researchers recruited a random sample of migraine
sufferers. Before the study began at baseline, participants were
asked to record the duration of headaches they experienced in a
week. A few days later, all participants were asked to practice a
week-long relaxation technique designed to reduce migraine
headaches. A two-week off period in which the participants
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