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Week 2 Participation Post 14 (variant)

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Week 2 Participation Post 14 (variant)

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Date Created: 11/15/15
Thanks XXX I assume for your example you used an alpha of 010 I got close at 185 It is helpful to keep in mind that stating the alpha is very important as the F tables vary by alpha Yes my example did use alpha010 I had one question about f distributions why is the right tail probability always measures The hypotheses have equal signs and not equal signs so shouldn39t it be two tailed meaning the pvalue is the right tail times two So why is it not like that Hello XXX the F distribution is only a righttail distribution F cannot be negative because a ratio of positive variance values recall variances are always positive due to the squaring of differences in mean and sample value While theoretically one may have a lefttail Fvalue from using a smaller value in the numerator in which case FL 1 Fv2v1 is used one normally places the larger value in the numerator

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