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    William Kapambwe
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    Why is it that the F distribution is about the variance of two sets of data.
    What do you understand by the definition: The F-value is the deviation from the grand mean of the score of each participant that can be seen as the sum of the deviation of the score from the group mean and devaition of the group mean from the grand mean.
    Can the F value be expressed as a percenatge since it is artio?
    What conditions require for the use of the F-value statistic?
    What can be said about the size of the F-value with regard to the variability of the samples and the degrees of freedom?
    Which degree of freedo has the most effect on the statistical anlysis?
    How does the F-value comapre with the T square?
    William

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    #90744

    Tierradentro
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    f-stat is = to t stat squared

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    #90787

    Grumpy
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    Sounds like a homework assignment to me.

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