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Week 2 Participation Post 10 (variant)

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Week 2 Participation Post 10 (variant)

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Date Created: 11/15/15
1 The sampled populations follow the normal distribution 2 The samples are independent 3 The populations have equal standard deViations If sample is found to be unequal then another test should be done that uses a random sample s This new test should not require the other assumptions about the distributions of the populations from the sample s selected WelchSatterthwaite test is What the text says is the correct test The Welch Satterthwaite test is used to calculate an approximation to the effective adjusted degrees of freedom of the sample variables How does the adjustment of the degrees of freedom make the assumptions possible And isn39t adjusting it means you are changing the data which means the data is different now That could also change the decision right

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