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## Week 2 Participation Post 15 (variant)

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# Week 2 Participation Post 15 (variant)

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Thanks XXXXXXXX A test of significance like the one and twosample tests of Chapters 9 and 10 in Doane and Seward is a primary means to test to see if the means are different Clark 2007 in our week 2 ERR states that an F test provides a simple test of overall statistical significance of the model it is multidimensional ftest para 4 In other words it is a test value one compares to the calculated value in this case F lf 2 has a standard normal distribution set and t has a number of pvalues depending on the degrees of freedom and whether it is a one or twotail test is there anything unique about the F distribution Clark D 2007 Analysis of variance Encyclopedia of Law and Society American and Global Perspectives 6667 The F distribution has degrees of freedom but it has two It has the degrees of the numerator and the degrees of the denominator of freedom I am not sure why they are called numerator and denominator that is quite interesting One of them is the groups 1 and the other is the whole sample size minus 1 minus the amount of groups dfn groups 1 dfd n group size 1

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